Everything from your physiology to your eye colour is affected by a genetic code. But what are the genetic influences on nutrition?
Caffeine has been getting a lot of hype in recent years but does caffeine improve your workout? Even with a wealth of current research and literature backing the claims that caffeine is a good pre-workout supplement, there are people who disagree with its usage and/or disagree with its effectiveness. Muhdo have run a small research study to see what, if anything, they could find. But before that let us have a brief overview of caffeine.
People who drink three to five cups cups of coffee a day were less likely to have early signs of heart disease
Consumption of energy drinks among teenagers may be linked with poor mental health and substance use
Athletes banned for PSE misuse may not have incurred a performance gain any better than that achievable via legal means
Children and people with cardiac arrhythmias refrain from consuming energy drinks.
The definitive resource on caffeine and its use and impact on sports performance
Caffeine may have beneficial effects on exercise but probably not on mental function