What You Should Know
We are always on the lookout for new and exciting supplements dieters can use to boost metabolism and lose more weight. CaffeinAll fits into that category. The product is powdered caffeine you can shake on foods to create an instant energy product. The powder has no taste so you don’t have to worry about your food tasting different. Each shot or sprinkle of CaffeinAll contains just 30 mg of caffeine, but there is quite a lot of powder in the 2.1 ounce container.
According to the product label, CaffeinAll is not safe for pregnant women or minors. We agree with that warning, but there is much more to it than that. Dieters taking fat burners should not use this product in conjunction with those supplements. If you drink energy drinks or shots, you should not use this product. This product is extremely easy to overdose and could cause severe side effects and possibly lead to hospitalization.
List of Ingredients
There is a market for just about anything that can be caffeinated. Our world is all about doing more in less time with less sleep and less healthy food. We don’t exercise because we don’t have time and because we don’t have time we’re always tired so we take tons of caffeine. Caffeine is associated with negative side effects like addiction, jitters and shakes. Taking too much can lead to nausea and even sleeplessness if consumed within a few hours of bedtime.
CaffeinAll is an interesting product, despite the negative side effects it could cause. If you need a little energy boost you simply shake the product on your meal and consume. There are 30 mg of caffeine in each shake, but the company suggests four to eight shakes per serving. That is between 120 and 240 mg of caffeine.
Caffeine is a great stimulant and it is clinically proven to boost metabolism and energy. However, caffeine works to increase calorie burn so you may feel hungry after taking a caffeinated supplement. That is why diet supplements should contain a proven appetite suppressant.
- We found a complete list of ingredients for CaffeinAll.
- The product contains tasteless caffeine.
- The price per dose of caffeine is a fraction of other supplement prices.
- This product can be overdosed very easily.
- Should not be taken as a diet supplement.
- Can cause negative side effects at high doses.
CaffeinAll may be a product that some dieters find helpful when they want a little extra energy, but we see more potential negatives than positives. This product appears to be more of a novelty item than an energy supplement and we strongly warn dieters if they choose to try this – use only a little and take no other caffeinated products, including caffeinated sodas, while using CaffeinAll.