As an investment analyst I had a double espresso every day for 10+ years. Sometimes a double double. You don't ever want to try doing financial modeling without espresso! I know lots of people on "the street" who did the same and eventually hit the burn out. Quitting was hard for me, it took a full month of feeling like crap before I was able to have normal energy without it.
I was totally its slave, but now I am free!
Sometimes I really feel like an alien.
I never experienced caffeine withdrawal. I can drink strong coffee every day for months, then not have it and feel the exact same. I could eat my weight in candy, and aside from a nasty stomachache, feel zero sugar high. I also don't feel any (nicotine) stimulation from smoking a really strong cigar (I've even smoked two in a row and nada).
I've never actually in my life felt any physical effects from coffee...no increase in energy, nothing.
I wonder what makes people sensitized to stimulants like caffeine or nicotine (or sugar, which isn't exactly a 'stimulant' but should theoretically give a big energy boost) while others don't react at all.
Well, hope you enjoy your mate then Derp.
I might look up the studies for you later. And yeah, even Mark says the links are pretty weak at best.
Friggin hippies and your mate.
Mostly iron but there is really no exact response to how much. I would take my vitamins after a meal not after a glass of coffee tho hehe.
I am not a bodybuilding/fat loss/strength training "guru" BUT I achieved a lean state with ease after learning the correct way to train and eat and I want to HELP YOU achieve the same.
Getting fit is also about managing your mindset: