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Caffeine Caffeine

Scitec Caffeine is a supplement containing caffeine in its purest biologically, and at the same time the best assimilable form, which is an anhydrous form. The preparation has been prepared in a convenient form of capsules, which allows for even easier delivery of an effective dose of a stimulant with a high energy potential.

Caffeine is the most popular psychoactive compound that belongs to the methylxanthine group. It is present, among others, in coffee, but in the company of other substances that can withstand its operation. Safety of use, easy availability and wide dissemination have made it the most-used psychostimulant on the market.

For most, caffeine is a great stimulant, giving ‘a shot of energy’ before a demanding physical or intellectual effort. It is also appreciated for a beneficial effect on cognitive functions, as well as supporting the process of reducing body fat.

A natural portion of energy
Many people now live ‘at high speed’. Physical and intellectual effort often causes the feeling of ‘running out of battery’. The ideal solution is to ‘charge’ it through the rest, but it is not always possible.

Fatigue is explained quite simply by looking at the processes taking place in the nervous system. To do their job, the cells consume a lot of energy accumulated in ATP. ATP molecules disintegrate into adenosine, which binds with receptors present on neurons. Literally and figuratively, the ‘fall (disintegration) of energy’ is reflected in the sense of weariness.

Its eradication is possible with the participation of the most popular stimulant - caffeine. It freely travels across the blood-brain barrier, and its action is to block the purinergic receptors in the central nervous system. As a result, adenosine from the decomposed ATP can not be bound to them. It eliminates the first symptoms of fatigue, giving the effect of gentle arousal and willingness to act. It also allows for a much more effective physical or intellectual effort.

Improvement of neurocognitive functions
Nowadays, nootropic supplements that increase the efficiency of the brain are becoming more and more popular. It is true that caffeine is not a substance that can be included in this group, but it does produce some effects attributed to these kinds of compounds.

Its activity within the central nervous system results in increased availability of acetylcholine and dopamine. Particularly the first of these neurotransmitters is responsible for ‘turning up’ the pace of mental processes, the ability to concentrate, as well as improving memory. The second one is involved in regulating emotional processes expressed in motivation and satisfaction with the activities performed.

Silhouette support
Fat reduction is a tedious process, that also requires many dietary sacrifices. Many preparations on the market can speed up this process and make it a bit less troublesome. One of their ingredients that helps to ‘empty’ adipocytes from fat stores is caffeine.

It works by increasing the intracellular concentration of cAMP by inhibiting the protein that breaks down this mediator. This leads to the activation of an ‘enzyme machine’, which is responsible for the ‘disposal’ of the excess fat.

Caffeine also increases the activity of the sympathetic system, exacerbating the secretion of adrenaline. This stimulates the circulatory system to better supply muscles with oxygen and nutrients, which allows you to carry out more efficient work during the training.

In addition, many people report that the consumption of a small dose of caffeine inhibits their appetite. This allows you to naturally reduce the amount of calories consumed, further supporting the process of reducing body fat by increasing the energy deficit.

In summary, Scitec Caffeine is a product intended for any physically or mentally active person who needs external support in training and intellectual challenges. The preparation is a great substitute for high-caffeine food products, as it does not contain other substances that could interfere with its stimulant effect.

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Description
  • Optimal dose of pure caffeine in a convenient form of capsules
  • Ideal both for physical and intellectual effort
  • Increases the efficiency of thought processes
  • Effectively combats drowsiness and fatigue
  • Supports the process of reducing body fat
  • Increases the availability of adrenaline
  • Improves alertness and reflexes
  • Shows nootropic properties

Scitec Caffeine is a supplement containing caffeine in its purest biologically, and at the same time the best assimilable form, which is an anhydrous form. The preparation has been prepared in a convenient form of capsules, which allows for even easier delivery of an effective dose of a stimulant with a high energy potential.

Caffeine is the most popular psychoactive compound that belongs to the methylxanthine group. It is present, among others, in coffee, but in the company of other substances that can withstand its operation. Safety of use, easy availability and wide dissemination have made it the most-used psychostimulant on the market.

For most, caffeine is a great stimulant, giving ‘a shot of energy’ before a demanding physical or intellectual effort. It is also appreciated for a beneficial effect on cognitive functions, as well as supporting the process of reducing body fat.

A natural portion of energy
Many people now live ‘at high speed’. Physical and intellectual effort often causes the feeling of ‘running out of battery’. The ideal solution is to ‘charge’ it through the rest, but it is not always possible.

Fatigue is explained quite simply by looking at the processes taking place in the nervous system. To do their job, the cells consume a lot of energy accumulated in ATP. ATP molecules disintegrate into adenosine, which binds with receptors present on neurons. Literally and figuratively, the ‘fall (disintegration) of energy’ is reflected in the sense of weariness.

Its eradication is possible with the participation of the most popular stimulant - caffeine. It freely travels across the blood-brain barrier, and its action is to block the purinergic receptors in the central nervous system. As a result, adenosine from the decomposed ATP can not be bound to them. It eliminates the first symptoms of fatigue, giving the effect of gentle arousal and willingness to act. It also allows for a much more effective physical or intellectual effort.

Improvement of neurocognitive functions
Nowadays, nootropic supplements that increase the efficiency of the brain are becoming more and more popular. It is true that caffeine is not a substance that can be included in this group, but it does produce some effects attributed to these kinds of compounds.

Its activity within the central nervous system results in increased availability of acetylcholine and dopamine. Particularly the first of these neurotransmitters is responsible for ‘turning up’ the pace of mental processes, the ability to concentrate, as well as improving memory. The second one is involved in regulating emotional processes expressed in motivation and satisfaction with the activities performed.

Silhouette support
Fat reduction is a tedious process, that also requires many dietary sacrifices. Many preparations on the market can speed up this process and make it a bit less troublesome. One of their ingredients that helps to ‘empty’ adipocytes from fat stores is caffeine.

It works by increasing the intracellular concentration of cAMP by inhibiting the protein that breaks down this mediator. This leads to the activation of an ‘enzyme machine’, which is responsible for the ‘disposal’ of the excess fat.

Caffeine also increases the activity of the sympathetic system, exacerbating the secretion of adrenaline. This stimulates the circulatory system to better supply muscles with oxygen and nutrients, which allows you to carry out more efficient work during the training.

In addition, many people report that the consumption of a small dose of caffeine inhibits their appetite. This allows you to naturally reduce the amount of calories consumed, further supporting the process of reducing body fat by increasing the energy deficit.

In summary, Scitec Caffeine is a product intended for any physically or mentally active person who needs external support in training and intellectual challenges. The preparation is a great substitute for high-caffeine food products, as it does not contain other substances that could interfere with its stimulant effect.

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Composition

Container size: 100 capsulesServing size: 1 capsulesServings per container: 100
per 1 capsuleamount%RDA
Caffeine100 mg*

Other ingrednients

Dextrose, Bovine Gelatin, Color (Titanium Dioxide).

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Information

Caffeine (1,3,7-trimethylxanthine, 1-methylotheobromine) is a purine alkaloid occurring in the natural state in plants (Coffea arabica, Camelia sinensis, Paulinia cupana, Ilex paraguariensis), which acts as a natural pesticide, acting toxic to insects. Peculiar smell and taste also deters herbivores. Caffeine in the body inhibits the adenosine receptors in the brain, fighting fatigue and allowing for action activation. It has a beneficial effect on the metabolism of oxygen, which increases the exercise capacity (strength and endurance) and rapid post-workout recovery. In the sports supplementation, caffeine is used as a stimulant nervous system. It has the thermogenic potential and in combination with other substances (e.g. Polyphenols, both occurring in coffee beans, such as cocoa beans, tea leaves and mate) can effectively participate in the reduction of body fat. It is included in many dietary stimulants (creatine stacks, no-boosters, beverages). It is a component of fat burners. It is also in the form of mono-preparation supplements.
Dosage: 100-600 mg per day. Due to the long release of activity should not be used in the evening, before
sleep.


 

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