The Most Advanced Caffeine Pills in the World.
Softgel Delivery. Extended Release. Hours Of Energy.†
  With L-Theanine from Green Tea Leaves for a Boost in Focus.†  

MCT Oil from Coconuts
No Jitters & No Crash Later †

Heightened Mental Alertness †
Long Lasting Fuel †

The Most Advanced Caffeine Pills in the World.
Softgel Delivery. Extended Release. Hours Of Energy.†
  With L-Theanine from Green Tea Leaves for a Boost in Focus.†  

MCT Oil from Coconuts
No Jitters & No Crash Later †
Heightened Mental Alertness †
Long Lasting Fuel †

The Most Advanced Caffeine Pills in the World.
  With L-Theanine from Green Tea Leaves for a Boost in Focus.†  

MCT Oil from Coconuts
No Jitters & No Crash Later †
Heightened Mental Alertness †
Long Lasting Fuel †

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"There’s no formula like SmarterVitamins Caffeine Pills in the world."

3 Synergistic Ingredients.

One Powerful Softgel

made with

CAFFEINE

From Green Coffee Beans

Caffeine is found in coffee, tea, cola, and other products. Caffeine is most commonly used to improve mental alertness, but it has many other uses.

made with

MCT OIL

From 100% Coconuts

Coconut oil contains MCT’s, but only in small quantities. C8 MCT comprises roughly 6% and C10 is usually around 9%, but the real benefit is from the fast acting fuel of MCT’s. 4,5

made with

L-THEANINE

From Green Tea Leaves

L-Theanine, an amino acid found in green tea may help support an alert state of relaxation and can help with jitters from too much caffeine. 1,2,3

made with

CAFFEINE

From Green Coffee Beans

Caffeine is found in coffee, tea, cola, and other products. Caffeine is most commonly used to improve mental alertness, but it has many other uses.

made with

MCT OIL

From 100% Coconuts

Coconut oil contains MCT’s, but only in small quantities. C8 MCT comprises roughly 6% and C10 is usually around 9%, but the real benefit is from the fast acting fuel of MCT’s. 4,5

made with

L-THEANINE

From Green Tea Leaves

L-Theanine, an amino acid found in green tea may help support an alert state of relaxation and can help with jitters from too much caffeine. 1,2,3

Why you should STOP drinking energy drinks and coffeehouse chains now…

Bad Calories

Popular coffee chain brands contain up to 650 calories per large cup! Up to 60 grams of fat, 37 of which are saturated. Up to 92 grams of carbs of which 84 grams come from sugar.  

Type 2 Diabetes

Because many coffee and energy drinks are very high in sugar, they can eventually wear out the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas, which leads to type 2 diabetes.

What is Caffeine?

Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant. It is a substance that is found naturally in leaves, seeds, and fruits of plants. More specifically, it is found naturally in coffee, tea, cocoa and cocoa products, and some flavorings.

Caffeine is also added to foods including sodas, energy drinks, chocolate flavored milk, yogurts, frozen desserts, and some medicine such as over-the-counter pain relievers.

Although caffeine is classified as “GRAS” (generally recognized as safe) by the FDA, some people can be sensitive to its effects. Those sensitivities include insomnia, headaches, irritability, nervousness, and migraine headaches. The effects of caffeine intake on an individual can vary and depend on many factors, such as body weight, how much is consumed, how often its consumed, and overall health status.

How Much Caffeine Can I Consume a Day?

For healthy adults, the FDA has said 400 mg per day. Coffee houses often have this much caffeine in one large cup. Many people are consuming 3-4 of these coffee’s daily. We recommend taking one softgel (200mg) and see how that works for you and if needed use 2 softgels (400mg).

Does Caffeine Cause Insomnia?

The short the answer is maybe, maybe not. It really depends on an individual basis. Some people are more sensitive to it than others.However, there are people who can have a cup of coffee after dinner and not be affected at all.

Scientifically, after 8 hours, 75% of caffeine that we have consumed is out of our system. As we grow older, we become more and more sensitive to caffeine. So when you were younger, you may have been able to drink coffee or have tea at dinner without issue, but now you may have a hard time falling asleep. It could be the caffeine keeping you awake. However, some caffeine in the morning most likely will not affect sleep.

Does Caffeine Cause Dehydration?

Caffeine has a diuretic effect that will increase urine output. Caffeine may cause dehydration in some individuals.

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