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    25th December 2016

    25th December 2016

    By Shivraj Bassi

    Lacking energy? Feeling tired? Want to burn some fat? Say no more. Caffeine can help give you that energy boost you need, help you train longer and harder, and help burn some fat.


    Coffee is the most common use of caffeine, and was discovered over 1,000 years ago and is now a household drink that is loved and relied upon, supporting mental alertness and delaying the onset of fatigue. Research has also shown it can help your body burn fat by increasing your body's metabolism.

    What is caffeine?

    Caffeine is the bitter substance derived from coffee beans, which are the seeds of berries from the Coffea plant. Its many effects on the body include stimulating the central nervous system and it's one of the best tested ergogenic (energy generating) aids in the world.

    The health benefits of caffeine

    Even in small amounts, caffeine has been proven to improve concentration and boost alertness. In addition, caffeine has also been found to have a positive effect on endurance and exercise capacity. What's not as well known is the effect caffeine has on boosting your metabolism and helping your body burn fat by jumpstarting the process of lipolysis. This process involves your body releasing fatty acids into your bloodstream and happens when your body breaks down fat to convert to energy.

    Innermost Thoughts

    There is research to suggest that caffeine in coffee doesn't produce the same level of effects as pure caffeine. And caffeine supplementation is recommended to get the most benefits. Caffeine can be found in The Energy Booster and The Tone Capsules. Ideal for those looking to power through their workouts or to get their lean on. 


    - Campbell, Bill, et al. "International Society of Sports Nutrition position stand: energy drinks." Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 10.1 (2013): 1-16.

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