PATENTED BUFFERED CAFFEINE
A FUSION OF NATURE & SCIENCE
PRODUCT DATA SHEET
Boresha International Patented Buffered Caffeine
TRADENAME: Buffered Caffeine
Boresha’s Buffered Caffeine is a raw material compound replacing regular caffeine, to be formulated with coffee, tea, energy drinks, and any use in which higher energy levels and/or thermogenesis is desired. Buffered Caffeine can be added to coffee/tea and/or energy drinks and/or thermogenic products as the sole source of caffeine.
Boresha’s Buffered Caffeine is the only Buffered Caffeine that negates the fat-storing and blood glucose imbalances caused by ingesting caffeine and caffeine-drinks. Boresha’s Buffered Caffeine is a Patented EDIBLE COMPUTER CHIP® that programs the body to burn fat (thermogenesis) and to create maximum energy, instead of storing fat into adipose tissue fat cells. Energy drinks and caffeinated beverages can cause fat-storage and weight gain. In current science and medicine, Buffered Caffeine is the only known methodology for blunting those undesirable metabolic effects.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
PATENTED BUFFERED CAFFEINE:
THE NEW GENERATION OF ENERGY DRINKS
- A proprietary core-compound that buffers and negates the fat-stimulating effects of caffeine and coffee, to be added to coffee/coffee products, tea, energy drinks or caffeine-products as a replacement to regular caffeine
- An Edible Computer Chip® that acts like a Bio-Intell-Inside, reprogramming the body’s response to regular caffeine
- Replaces regular caffeine in any product
- Designed to prevent caffeine-driven adrenal exhaustion in humans
REGULATORY: United States FDA GRAS
SAFETY IN HUMANS: Proven completely safe in humans (250,000 people over a 30-year period)
COMPOUND: Buffered Caffeine: 100% natural Low Glycemic proprietary fruit extracts (backed by Board Approved Human In Vivo Clinical Trials in diabetics & non-diabetics per United States FDA CFR 21 Guidelines) compounded with glycemic-insulin-balancing-chromium
FLAVOR/ODOR Characteristic/No flavor system added
SOLUBILITY Excellent dispersability in water
HALF-LIFE 3-4 hours (in normal persons)
MEDICAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DOSING OF CAFFEINE ANHYDROUS: Do not consume more than 600 milligrams caffeine anhydrous in a single dose or more than 1,200 milligrams caffeine anhydrous per day.
A FUSION OF NATURE & SCIENCE
PATENTED BUFFERED CAFFEINE
A FUSION OF NATURE & SCIENCE
RESEARCH SHOWS THAT COFFEE & ENERGY DRINKS CAN TRIGGER WEIGHT GAIN & BELLY FAT
Would you continue to consume your favorite energy drink if you knew that it caused weight gain and increased belly fat?
That’s the new dilemma facing the coffee and energy drink market.
The point of consuming coffee or energy drinks is to boost energy levels and increase alertness. That’s why coffee is the number 3 top beverage consumed worldwide, and why energy drinks are the most popular drinks on the functional beverage market.
But how many people would continue to guzzle coffee or their favorite energy drink if they knew it caused weight gain?
Scientists have discovered that most energy drinks carry a significant down-side - they can trigger weight gain and increase fat cell size.
Researchers have clearly identified the biochemical culprits in energy drinks, tea drinks, and coffee which triggers weight gain. The culprits are the disruptions in glucose metabolism that impairs blood glucose homeostasis and the metabolic reactions of coffee, tea, and energy drinks that trigger the primary fat-storage hormones which include insulin, Cephalic Response (Brain Glycemic Indexing), Leptin, Cortisol, and Lipoprotein Lipase (LPL).
It has been established and clinically proven that coffee, caffeine and/or guarana increase the body’s release of insulin and LPL, the main fat-storage culprits. In a large study, coffee and/or caffeine was also shown to increase the consumption of very fattening and fatty foods. This is due to the reactive-hypoglycemic properties of coffee and/or caffeine. This explains why most coffee drinks and energy drinks ultimately trigger cravings for fattening foods.
These findings are consistent with published clinical trials and research in humans showing that glucose metabolism is impaired shortly after the ingestion of caffeine, brewed coffee, ground caffeinated coffee, or instant caffeinated coffee (see References).
Consuming any drink that contains caffeine, including coffee, also causes the secretion of the hormone Cortisol, a stress-hormone and biochemical marker of stress, that triggers belly fat accumulation. Dr. Henry Kahn, of Emory University School of Medicine states, “There’s something about fat cells in the body – the way they respond to stress hormones. People with high levels of stress hormones have a tendency to store fat in their bellies.”
BLOOD GLUCOSE HOMEOSTASIS
The biochemical disruptions causes by drinking coffee, tea drinks, and caffeinated drinks (such as energy drinks) mediate negative effects on glucose tolerance and glucose homeostasis in humans via adenosine receptor antagonism, and impairment of insulin-mediated glucose uptake via caffeine-stimulated epinephrine release.
Caffeine and coffee elicit an acute insulin-insensitive environment in both healthy and obese individuals, and in type 2 diabetics (AJCN/2008).
Both caffeine and coffee stimulate the release of epinephrine, which exerts actions opposite to that of insulin via Beat-Adrenergic stimulation. This biochemical cascade causes negative effects on blood glucose homeostasis, and hormonally-driven belly fat gains. It does not matter if the caffeine occurs naturally, such as in coffee and tea, or if the caffeine is added, as in energy drinks. The negative metabolic effects are equally adverse.
Additionally, in diabetics, coffee and caffeine-beverages have adverse effects on glucose metabolism, producing higher average daytime glucose concentrations and exaggerated post-prandial glucose responses.
The impact is significant, since 80% of Americans consume coffee and caffeine-containing products every day, with 60-75% of all caffeine ingested coming from coffee.
Though researchers have identified the fat-storing effects of caffeine consumption, they did not offer a solution other than avoiding all coffee and caffeine-beverages.
Researchers at Duke University Medical Center (2008) stated that “Daily consumption of coffee, tea, or soft drinks raises blood sugar levels and may even hinder efforts to control the condition.”
The Duke University researchers recommended “Simply quit drinking coffee, or any other caffeinated beverages.”
Most people do not want to give up their caffeine, coffee, or energy drinks, but they also do not want to incur increased belly fat and imbalanced glucose levels. And why should they, when there are scientifically-sound alternatives.
Boresha’s Buffered Caffeine represents the first generation of food and beverage science that offers real solutions to the coffee/caffeine health issues.
Buffered Caffeine allows people to enjoy coffee, tea, and caffeine beverages without the metabolic downside.
The creation of coffee, tea, and other beverages utilizing Buffered Caffeine combined with Glycemic Science allows Boresha scientists to create healthier beverages that blunt (prevent/mitigate) negative side effects.
In order to address the obesity and diabetes epidemic in America, the new generation of foods and beverages will require reformulation.
The public can no longer afford to ingest fattening, High Glycemic foods and drinks.
This requires expert chemistry and a thorough knowledge of Glycemic Science and Human Metabolism. Boresha’s science team received the very first Glycemic Patent ever awarded worldwide, including 30-years of Board Approved Human In Vivo Clinical Trial research in Human Metabolism.
Designing foods and beverages that are designed to prevent blood glucose excursions, and to reduce fat-storing properties, are mandatory in preventing and controlling obesity and diabetes. Boresha’s science team reflects world-class expertise in these fields.
This puts Boresha at the top of the food-chain in the design and implementation of new-wave healthier products.
Boresha’s Buffered Caffeine is one of Boresha’s key innovations in beverage science, and allows Boresha International to develop a complete line of coffees, teas, and other beverages that address growing health concerns.
Buffered Caffeine is an exclusive Boresha International product, and is used in formulating many of Boresha unique products, including Boresha’s B-Skinny Coffee products, Nuvo Gene Tea®, and Chocolate-Raspberry Latte.
BORESHA INTERNATIONAL 2012 PATENTED BUFFERED CAFFEINE NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION, COFFEE IMPAIRS BLOOD GLUCOSE, Vol. 87, No. 5, 1254-1261, May 2008.
Caffeinated coffee consumption impairs blood glucose homeostasis in response to high and low glycemic index meals in healthy men.
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