According to the company, both the original variety and the Light flavours contain approximately 18 mg of caffeine per 100 mL, while the Farmers Union Strong Iced Coffee contains 24 mg.
as I gaze at the empty container on my desk 'PRODUCT MADE WITH COFFEE WHICH CONTAINS CAFFINE'
Oh boy! Something to wash the pie down with hey? FUIC Contains 41mg of Caffeine per 250mls as shown on the brand owners website.
Or you can get information from some crack pot, conspiracy theorist face book site where its claiming no caffeine simply because its not on the label....Geepers!
Good luck drinking 2 litres a day.
Moderation, its all about moderation. 2 litres of bogan juice a day is not moderate!!
I'd recommend taking 'Jak 3D' Pre-ride, or any of those Nitro supplements will get you going, munch on low sugar energy bars during the ride, take a WPI protein post ride....
Jak 3D and similar contains banned substances if you're an athlete who undergoes drug testing. It also is about to be banned in Au as they are restricting DMAA.
..... that would explain why Jak 3D works so well I guess !! what are the ingredients in it that are on ASDA's list ?
Outlined in the article.
crikey! as apart of my racing license it says on the back " In signing this licence, the holder is subject to the regs of the UCI & Cycling Aust and accepts any drug test for which they provide."
Unbeleivable. I knew it was about to be banned in Australia but wasn't sure why. Same thing happened with a protein supplement about 15 years ago when I competed in powerlifting, a track runnerwas suspended then the product was banned in Australia.
Geranium oil I believe. Not sure on the technical name. If you're a competetive athlete you shouldn't be using it. If you're not competing you shouldn't even consider it, or any kind of pre workout potion in my view.