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Jolt Gum Adopt a US unit for Jan 2015 - USS Frank Cable STS Funk from the USS Frank Cable wrote and we selected his team for the Jolt Gum adopt a unit program.   The Frank Cable's sole job is to fix submarines  - fast and...

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Jolt Gum congratulates the Red Sox!   Chew your way to your own championship!   The Red Sox bounced back from a 2012 season they'd rather forget by turning their won-loss record virtually...

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Be more creative. Add noise. Go Goldilocks on noise.  Get it just right and be more creative. It doesn't go to 11, but that noise does give me an idea.... In our never-ending (but occasionally...

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10,000 days of Jolt Cola Jolt Cola was the 1st energy drink sold pretty much anywhere.     Well, there was this also guy named Chaleo who started an energy drink in Thailand in the 1970's,...

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Jolt Energy Gum actually makes you smarter Caffeine all by itself increases alertness, focus, mental speed, and helps improve memory.  Chewing gum all by itself  increases alertness, focus, and most kinds of memory....

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Jolt caffeine gum helps you recover after a workout

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What if we told you there was something that would help you run faster, improve reaction times, and then recover faster post-exercise?  

 

And it’s legal.  Where can we get some of that stuff?

If you’re like most people, you already did this morning.

tired runner

Have a plate of penne, a spoonful of spaghetti, a cup of cola and a canteen of coffee after a workout and you’ll recover a lot faster!

There’s more and more science showing that caffeine not only improves athletic performance, but now we’re learning it also helps your muscles recover faster after exercise too.  It makes some sense right away if you think about it… assuming most races or competitions involve fixed distances, if caffeine helps you to run faster or perform better, it must have helped you to do something more efficiently.

Indeed, University of Birmingham (England) researchers tested the effect of caffeine on the rate which carbs are consumed during exercise.  They found that the usage rate of carbohydrates was 26 percent higher in the cyclists receiving carbs with caffeine than in those receiving carbs without caffeine.  The conclusion is that caffeine may have increased the rate of glucose absorption, giving muscles more fuel more quickly. The extrapolated effect on performance is the ability to work harder for a longer period of time without getting as fatigued.

But what if you’re already exhausted?  Put a check mark in the caffeine and carb boxes again.  A recent study showed that athletes carb-ed up and caffeinated had 66% more glycogen in their muscles four hours after finishing intense exercise.  If you have 66% more fuel for the next day’s training or competition, there is absolutely no question you will go farther or faster,” said Dr. Hawley, senior author of the study.

Not that we’re not a little biased on the caffeine, but science sure seems to indicate that having caffeine before exercise, and carbs and caffeine after exercise is a win win.  Let Jolt caffeine gum help you in your workout and recover after it!  THAT’S what we’re talking about when we say, “Jolt Caffeine Gum… Chew More.  Do More!”

Posted on : 01-02-2013 | By : morebetter | In : Athletic Performance and caffeine, Caffeine, Caffeine gum, Science of caffeine

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Don’t like your DNA. No problem. Change it with Jolt Gum. Really.

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Ok, this one is totally blowing my mind.  I like to geek out as much as the next… well… geek, but if I wasn’t reading this in an actual science blog (yes, I know, I should get out more), I’d have a harder time believing it.  

DNA rendering

DNA rendering

Researchers reporting in the March issue of Cell Metabolism, have found that when healthy but inactive men and women exercise for a matter of minutes, it produces a rather immediate change to their DNA. Perhaps even more tantalizing, the study suggests that the caffeine might also influence muscle in essentially the same way.  OK, so any downsides?  Nope.

Will you take a few moments and geek out with me? If you answer no to that question, skip the next two paragraphs which I’m copying from sciencedaily.com (the whole article is here:  http://bit.ly/z4urii)

The underlying genetic code in human muscle isn’t changed with exercise, but the DNA molecules within those muscles are chemically and structurally altered in very important ways. Those modifications to the DNA at precise locations appear to be early events in the genetic reprogramming of muscle for strength and, ultimately, in the structural and metabolic benefits of exercise. (Blah blah blah.  This would seem significant…)

The DNA changes….known as epigenetic modifications involve the gain or loss of chemical marks ….study shows that the DNA within skeletal muscle …after a burst of exercise bears fewer chemical marks (specifically methyl groups) than it did before exercise. When the researchers made muscles contract in lab dishes, they saw a similar loss of DNA methyl groups. Exposure of isolated muscle to caffeine had the same effect.

Ok, grasshoppers… if you weren’t paying attention (or even if you were), caffeine rocks.  Fix that DNA. Chew some Jolt Gum.

Posted on : 16-08-2012 | By : morebetter | In : Caffeine and Health

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