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Caffeine is of the class methylxanthine and is a stimulant of the central nervous system. It is the world’s most consumed psychoactive drug. Caffeine is chemically related to guanine and adenine bases of ribonucleic acid (RNA) and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).

Caffeine content can range from a high of 160 milligrams in some energy drinks, to as low as 4 milligrams in one ounce of flavored chocolate syrup. Even decaffeinated coffee isn’t completely free of caffeine. Caffeine is present in some diet pills, pain relievers, and cold medications.

Caffeine has been shown to cause mild physical dependence due to its addictiveness property. It doesn’t threaten your economic, social or physical life the way addictive drugs do. Some symptoms you may experience if you abruptly stop consuming caffeine are: [1] [2]

This means it takes approximately five to seven hours to get rid of half of the caffeine in your body. At ten hours, 75% of the caffeine is usually gone. Some people experience sleep disturbance and insomnia if they consume caffeine during the evening hours, but others show minimal disturbance.

Green tea has been used in Chinese and Indian traditional medicine for years. Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world after water, but only 20% of that tea is green. Green tea contains beneficial polyphenols and antioxidants, as it is one of the less-processed types of tea and it is obtained from unoxidized leaves.

The National Cancer Institute states that the polyphenols found in tea may protect against damage caused by ultraviolet UVB radiation, for they have been shown to decrease tumor growth in animal studies and laboratory. Some studies have shown green tea can have a positive impact on the following types of cancer: [3]

The Food and Drug Administration stated in 2005 that, “there is no evidence to support qualified health claims for green tea consumption and reduction of risk in ovarian, gastric, colon/rectal, pancreatic, lung, esophageal and combined cancers.”

An analysis study published in 2011 established that consuming tea in capsule form or as a beverage helped to reduce bad or LDL cholesterol significantly but in modest. In a study published in the journal Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association, consuming coffee or tea on a regular basis is associated with reduced stroke risk.

Another study conducted in 2007 came to the conclusion that green tea can be used as a new treatment for skin diseases such as dandruff and psoriasis. The researchers carried a study on inflammatory skin disease in animal models, often characterized by patches of flaky, red, dry skin caused by the overproduction of skin cells and inflammation.

Chromium is a mineral used in small amounts in our bodies for normal functions such as digesting food. Chromium is found in many natural foods, such as molasses, brewer’s yeast, cereals and whole-grain beans, meats, vegetables, fresh fruits and potatoes (especially the skins.)

Excess chromium found in supplements can lead to low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) and stomach problems. The excess chromium can also lead to irregular heart rhythm, damage nerves, liver, and kidneys. But side effects arising from chromium supplements are rare. [4]

Phenylalanine is a building block, an amino acid. It can be substituted for the phenyl group in place of a terminal hydrogen of alanine or methyl group of alanine, as it is viewed as a benzyl group. Because of hydrophobic and inert nature of the benzyl side chain, this critical amino acid is classified as nonpolar and neutral.