There’s no wonder why people seek out caffeine. It’s been proven to boost both mental and physical performance, and elevate your mood. The way caffeine is administered can offer a healthier solution— in the form of a chewing gum. The concept behind Java Gum, a new caffeinated gum on the market, isn’t new. The U.S. Military devised a similar product 30 years ago, after research proved that soldiers could stay awake up to 68 hours with the help of caffeine. They chose gum after the Walter Reed Army Hospital proved chewing delivers the stimulant three to nine times faster than liquids or tablets. Java Gum masks the bitter taste of caffeine successfully with spearmint and peppermint flavors. Java Gum only contains 65 milligrams of caffeine—about what’s found in your typical cup of coffee—compared to the 215 milligrams that has reportedly been found in some energy drinks. It can fight drowsiness as effectively as other energy products because it’s not ingested. It contains no sugar and is fewer calories than its competitors.
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