Body-Stimulant Protein Chocolate “ARENA”
Green tea’s active component, theine, has been commercialized in chocolate form for the first time by a Canadian business, Upbio. Caffeine, the stimulating ingredient in 70% cocoa dark chocolate, is present in naturally occurring amounts of 4 mg every 5g of chocolate. Additional theine, derived from green tea leaves, is included in stimulating chocolate at a dosage of 40 milligrams.
It turns out that theine and caffeine are chemically identical. The tannins found in theine, on the other hand, lessen caffeine’s physiological effects. This explains why coffee has a stronger impact than tea. Because of its high bioavailability, coffee is a nutrient that the body can use more rapidly. The effects of coffee don’t kick in until well after a few minutes have passed. The peak energy-producing time for coffee is 30 minutes after consumption. A second cup of coffee is necessary to restore energy after that. Theine has a more gradual and prolonged effect on the body, stimulating it continuously for four to five hours.
Many stimulant herbs include theanine, a chemical component associated with relaxation, and theine, a chemical component that constantly stimulates the body. Caffeine is known to cause anxiety, which in turn may make it hard to focus. While coffee may be overpowering, tea provides a pleasant stimulant. In addition to its many health advantages, tea is a good source of antioxidants.
How can one consume energizing chocolate? Health Canada recommends 450 milligrammes of caffeine or theine per day. Our chocolate has around 40 milligrams of theine each piece, whereas conventional chocolate is just 4 milligrams. So, to get the energy level of a coffee, we suggest eating a maximum of two pieces of chocolate in one sitting. Just so you know, there are 100 milligrams of caffeine in 50 milliliters of espresso.
As a result, our energizing chocolate is a great substitute for regular coffee. In the late afternoon, early evening, or even during a strenuous athletic event, it is an excellent choice for a boost of energy. It is suitable for use during study sessions or other activities that need sustained mental focus. It is also perfect for those who have an aversion to or sensitivity to coffee.
What about health-wise? In terms of health, our chocolates are second to none. Thanks to the organic essential oils that give them their flavor, you may enjoy them with less sugar than you would with sweeter chocolate. There is only 1 gram of sugar in just one piece of chocolate. The component list is also rather brief: Organic essential oil extract, 72% cocoa, and fair trade chocolate.
The majority of coffee drinkers sweeten and froth their brew. Consider this: even without the additional calories from the cream, the coffee you get from your go-to coffee chain’s drive-thru may have as much as 80g of sugar. A better substitute would be two pieces of DaMãe chocolate; they provide the same sweetness and energy as store-bought coffee with only 50 calories and 2 grams of sugar.
Pain, discomfort, and misfortune are inevitable parts of life. If you’re feeling down and out, grab some ARENA chocolate. This delectable delight will banish lethargy (and any other type of “the blues” for that matter) with its potent blend of time-tested herbs.
No official review by the FDA has been conducted on these claims. Do not use this product if you are looking for a medicine to treat, cure, or prevent illness. The factory that makes this item also processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, and soy. It is recommended that you get medical advice before to usage if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, using any medications, or have any preexisting conditions.