If you enjoy coffee, tea, caffeinated sodas, or energy drinks, you are not alone. Research shows that about 90% of Americans take caffeine daily. However, many of us also experience some kind of negative side effects from drinking multiple caffeinated beverages throughout the day. Common side effects include jitters, anxiety, headache, fatigue, and dreaded irritability. Many people are trying to bypass these side effects and still keep their energy up by caffeine microdosing. Caffeine microdosing is the practice of using small amounts of caffeine during the day to keep energy levels up. Rather than consuming a large cup of coffee, tea, or soda two or three times a day, you can microdose by using about 30-50mg of caffeine every few hours. (That’s about a quarter of a Mocca Shot energy gummy.) This allows you to avoid extreme energy fluctuations and maintain a more steady, stable energy throughout the day.
We all know that we need vitamins, but why exactly? What do they do in our bodies, and more importantly, which ones can give us energy? There is an energy crisis in America, and it has nothing to do with petroleum products or natural gas. We all have too much to do and often, not enough energy to do it all. Many people reach for energy drinks, or coffee to give them the energy they need to get started for the day or to get through the mid-afternoon slump.
For most people, caffeine and coffee are interchangeable. Coffee is most widely known as a stimulating beverage, one that billions of people across the world start their day with. People reach for coffee throughout the day to combat mental and physical fatigue. Or, if they’re not coffee and tea drinkers, energy chews, like the Mocca Shot, are increasingly popular.
Caffeine is a marvelous substance. Research has shown that it can help burn fat and reduces pain during and after exercise. This means that caffeine can help people lose weight, which is important for overall health and wellness. Other research has shown particularly good benefits for women. A recent study found that moderate caffeine use […]