Yeah Energy Drinks are fun and all, but sometimes you need energy and aren't really in the mood to down 16 ounces of a beverage. Serious Nutrition Solutions Caffeine 501 provides 200mg of caffeine, the equivalent of a can of 3D Energy, all in the form of an easy to swallow capsule. SNS Caffeine 501 provides over a year's worth of caffeine. Caffeine 501 is great for those looking for enhanced mental focus, increased energy and endurance, and fat loss. This is a bargain of a lifetime for those looking for energy. Grab yourself a tub today!
It's recommended not to exceed 400mg of caffeine per day. That's roughly the amount of caffeine in about 4 cups of coffee. For context a can of 3D Energy Drinks has 200mg of caffeine and a can of Bang Energy Drink has 300mg of caffeine.
High doses of caffeine can temporarily raise your heart rate and blood pressure which may pose dangers for those with heart disease. It's recommended to consume 400mg of caffeine or less per day.
Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant and makes people generally feel more alert and energetic. Caffeine also tends to improve mood.
Take 1 capsule up to twice daily. To assess tolerance begin with one capsule per day.
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 501
Caffeine Anhydrous 200mg
Other Ingredients: Capsule Shell (Gelatin, Titanium Dioxide), Magnesium Stearate, Silica
*% Daily Value based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
*Percent Daily Value Not Established
This product is made for healthy adults over 18 years of age. Do not use this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Contact your physician prior to taking this or any nutritional supplement.
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