No added sugar
Caffeine is a natural stimulant most commonly found in tea, coffee, and cacao plants. It works by stimulating the brain and central nervous system, helping you stay alert and prevent the onset of tiredness.
H2YO has developed a system of combining water, natural flavour extracts, natural sweetener, vitamins and natural caffeine for a virtually infinite combination of energy boosting ideas that are going a long way to helping you keep your energy up all day long!
Normally, adenosine levels build up over the day, making you increasingly more tired and causing you to want to go to sleep. Caffeine helps you stay awake by connecting to adenosine receptors in the brain without activating them. This blocks the effects of adenosine, leading to reduced tiredness.
Consuming small amounts of caffeine about an hour before exercise is likely to improve exercise performance.
Caffeine may boost metabolism and promote fat loss, but these effects are likely to remain small over the long term.
Caffeinated beverages like coffee and tea may reduce the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, although this may depend on the individual.
Caffeine may improve mood, decrease the likelihood of depression, stimulate brain function, and protect against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
Caffeine in foods
Caffeine is most commonly found in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate, and energy drinks. Here are the amounts of caffeine expected per 8-ounce (240-mL) serving of some popular beverages:
Espresso: 240–720 mg
Coffee: 102–200 mg
Yerba mate: 65–130 mg
Energy drinks: 50–160 mg
Brewed tea: 40–120 mg
Soft drinks: 20–40 mg
1 shot of H2YO natural caffeine: 10 mg
Decaffeinated coffee: 3–12 mg
Cocoa beverage: 2–7 mg
Chocolate milk: 2–7 mg
(1 ml = 1 intensity level)
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Made in Germany. Food supplement. Not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle or a balanced, varied diet. Do not exceed the daily recommended dose.
This product is tested and does NOT contain: milk, gluten, crustaceans, tree nuts, peanuts, lupin, celery, lactose, eggs, fish, mollusks, soy (soya), sesame, mustard, sulfur dioxide (sulfites).