How Much Caffeine is Too Much?

Caffeine stimulates the body and keeps it going. You often take it to stay awake via soda or coffee. But many people take it as a supplement to fuel their weight loss. Caffeine can certainly help burn that stubborn body fat, but it can’t do all of the work solely.

But you probably already know this. So how much should you limit your caffeine intake? Mayoclinic.com suggests that adults who take between 200 mg to 300 mg aren’t in harm. This equates to two to four cups of coffee, depending on the strength of the brew, or three to five sodas (who drinks this stuff anyways?).

If you’re taking thermogenics, you’re taking upwards to 500 mg of caffeine a day and you might be finding yourself unable to sleep or nervous after the pills. You can feel the crazy symptoms.

If you’re a caffeine addict, you’re probably already accustomed to the effects of caffeine and so you may not even exhibit the symptoms that people who are more sensitive are.

In any case, I, personally, love my caffeine and cycle on and off thermogenics when I’m cutting.

One thing Saiyans should note is that caffeine is a diuretic. This means caffeine makes you pee and dehydrates your body by getting rid of its water supply. If you drink caffeine, try to counterbalance this effect by drinking more water.

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