Are you advised to avoid coffee and other beverages or foods that contain caffeine? It is present in the leaves, seeds and fruits of many plants, such as tea leaves, coffee beans, guarana and guarana nuts. In nature, it acts as a herbicide and repellent, but for humans, caffeine is a stimulant.
Caffeine in moderation is safe, according to the results of several studies. On the other hand, excessive caffeine intake is associated with harmful effects in healthy adults, and people with specific health problems, such as high blood pressure, may also have problems. Since the food industry adds caffeine to many beverages and foods, you may be consuming more caffeine than you think. Pay special attention if you are banned from caffeine or if you experience negative consequences. The following is a list of foods that contain this ingredient.
1. Coffee, also one labeled no caffeine
2. Chocolate or cocoa (100% dark chocolate contains about 240 mg of caffeine, and 55% contains about 124 mg of caffeine in cocoa, and 45 mg of caffeine in milk)
3. Glue nuts
4. Green and black tea
6. Chewing gum
7. Protein Plates
8. Coffee liqueurs
9. Energy drinks
10. Drinks like Coca Cola and Pepsi
11. Desserts like tiramisu, chocolate cakes, some ice cream and yogurt
12. Certain types of snowflakes
13. Dietary supplements