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Caffeine A. - Pag. 1

E > Micra:

Caffeine Anhyd.: natural ingredient of E > Micra

Caffeine Anhydrous: natural ingredient of E > MicraCaffeine or 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine is a natural alkaloid active in plants of coffee, cocoa, tea (where it is called theine), cola, guarana (guarana) and mate (mateina) and beverages obtained from them.

It is a compound neurotonic. It is chemical-
ly a Xanthine (1,3,7-trimethylxanthine) and as such presents an exciting action of the central nervous system, eliminates fatigue and active the concentration by acting on synapses; weak diuretic and vasodilator discrete outcome, has a consequence irritating to the mucous membrane of the stomach. For its exciting action, is used as a remedy therapies tranquilizers.

Caffeine is metabolized in the liver where it is converted into three dimetilxantine, each of which has a different outcome. The paraxanthine stimulates lipolysis and leads to a higher concentration of glycerol and fatty acids in the blood.

The Theobromine expands blood vessels. Theobromine is also the principal alkaloid present in cocoa. Theophylline relaxes the smooth muscles in the bronchi and is effectively used in the treatment of asthma. All three metabolites are subject to subsequent metabolic phases before being secreted in the urine.

The caffeine molecule is structurally similar to adenine, which is the nitrogenous base adenosine and that joins nucleotide to the receptors on the cell linings so is obtained competitive inhibition because the caffeine causes an adjustment process for the nerves by means of discharge of the post synaptic potential, resulting in an increase in the rate of epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine.

Adrenaline stimulates the sympathetic nervous system and leads to an increase in heartbeat and blood flow to muscle tissue and a decrease in the flow of blood to the skin and internal organs and the release of glucose in the liver.

Caffeine is also an inhibitor of cAMP-PDE (cyclic AMP phosphodiesterase), which transmutes the cAMP (cyclic adenosine monophosphate) in its configuration acyclic (cAMP ? AMP). As the cAMP is another messenger for the conduct of adrenaline, the limit the activity of phosphodiesterase means to expand the effect of adrenaline / epinephrine and consistency similar as phenyl-ethylamine, methamphetamine, ephedrine and metilfenildato. The metabolites of caffeine contribute to an increase the effect of this substance.

Theobromine is a vasodilator that increases the emission of oxygen and toning to the brain and muscles. Theophylline is a relaxing of the muscles that work especially on the pulmonary bronchioles, which leads to a result on the chronotropic and inotropic. The paraxanthine increases the 'extent of fatty acids and glycerol in the blood that can be assimilated by the muscles.

In conclusion we can say that caffeine enhances vasodilation and therefore the concentration of blood in the tissues. Increases the release of calcium from muscle tissue with resulting increase of intense energy. Elevates the basal metabolic rate. Competes with adenosine, particle attached to the nuclei adipose, which prevents the mobilization. It can reduce the suffering from delayed soreness (DOMS).

Some contemporary studies of American universities have shown how it can be avoided many of the cardiovascular dysfunction, and even Parkinson’s disease.

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