Journal of Nutrition and Human Health

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Review Article - Journal of Nutrition and Human Health (2023) Volume 7, Issue 1

Would ′′ Low Caffeine Intake′′ rather than ′′ No caffeine intake′′ assures Healthy Human Body

Background: Caffeine consumption is now common worldwide, due to its wide benefits. Caffeine intakes would affect the three major systems like mental, cardiovascular and reproductive ones. Aims: This review focuses on the point that caffeine prohibition will make you unable from enjoying the unlimited caffeine benefits. Methods: When the caffeine intake amounts exceed about 300 mg/day, then some adverse effects may be resulted. Results: Although stamina to consume caffeine vary from person to person and is gender specific also. But low to moderate caffeine intakes ((?40 mg to ?300 mg/day) have been reported for the positive effect on overall human body resulting in alertness, vigilance, complex decision making, cognition, attention improve, muscle strength, endurance, improved cardiac and sexual health. Conclusions: So in order to fully benefit from it you need to be vigilant about the caffeine amounts of the caffeinated products you are taking and also your body capacity of caffeine consumption. Author(s): Tabinda Sattar

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