Need a quick boost of energy? Herbaland’s Mocha Energy gummies are a tasty alternative to coffee or tea and have the added benefits of our vegan and sugar-free formula. With 100mg of caffeine per serving of 5 gummies, Mocha Energy gummies can provide just as much caffeine as a cup of coffee.
What is caffeine?
Caffeine is a stimulant that is commonly found in tea, coffee plants, cacao, beverages, supplements, etc. It works by stimulating the nervous system, including the brain, and is also known for its energy boosting effects as well as helping the body stay awake and alert.
How much caffeine should I have?
Specific amounts will depend on your body mass, health and metabolism. However, Health Canada recommends that Canadians limit their caffeine intake to the following:
- Healthy adults: No more than 400 mg of caffeine per day
- Pregnant or breastfeeding women and women who are planning to become pregnant: No more than 300 mg of caffeine per day
Sources of caffeine
Caffeine can be found naturally in fruit, leaves, and beans of coffee, cacao, etc. They are also added in food, beverages, and supplements, including:
- Energy drinks
Benefits of our Mocha Energy gummies
Convenient to take Mocha Energy gummies are easy to take!
|These caffeine gummies can be taken anytime and anywhere, which makes this delicious energy boosting snack a great on-the-go option. Our gummies are also made with our vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free formula and are a great alternative to energy drinks or soda, which are often high in sugar and can cause a "sugar crash" once the caffeine effects wear off.|
Increases energy and enhances concentration and focus
Caffeine is known to stimulate the body and postpone fatigue, which helps you feel refreshed and energized. Caffeine also helps increase activity in the brain and enhances performance, concentration, and focus.
May lower the risk of disease
Research and evidence have found links between caffeine consumption and a reduced risk of developing harmful diseases like heart disease and even cancers such as prostate and liver. This is partly due to caffeine’s anti-inflammatory properties, high antioxidant content and ability to increase the speed of carcinogens through the digestive tract, resulting in minimal gut exposure.