Material * Three participants of similar weight and build. * Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor * Medium Measuring cylinder * Notebook to record results * 4 different caffeinated drinks – Kick Energy Drink, Coca-Cola, Hot Chocolate and Caffeine Free Coca Cola. * Clock and Stopwatch | KICK | COCA COLA | HOT CHOC | CAFFEINE FREE COCA COLA | MG IN 250ml of drink | 80mg | 23mg | 8.4mg | 0mg | Worked over 4 separate days (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) – 250 millilitres of each drink was measured out using a measuring cylinder. Using the automatic blood pressure monitor, the blood pressure of each participant was
ATP is used to provide the working muscles within the body energy in order for the body to be able to cope with the exercise and pressure that the body is under going. Method 1. Firstly I measured my heart rate for thirty seconds using a stop watch, when thirty seconds had passed I stopped measuring my heart rate and wrote it down and then multiplied it by two in order to get my heart rate in beats per minute. 2. I then measured my breathing rate by counting how many breaths I took in within thirty seconds, when thirty seconds had passed I stopped measuring my breathing rate and wrote it down, after this I then multiplied it by two in order to get how many breaths I took per minute.
Caffeine intake can affect metabolism, as well as most caffeinated beverages are manufactured with sugar containing products such as soda; this is true of alcohol- the caloric intake from alcohol also affects your blood glucose. 5. What type of assay was used to measure plasma glucose and ketone levels? Enzymatic analysis 6. What type of assay was used to measure plasma insulin and glucagon levels?
The dependent variable is the rating that participants will be evaluated on in the experiment. To be clear of the independent variables, the treatments must be operationally defined. Doses of vitamin b complex is taking a provided vitamin b complex after getting off of the plane. Ten minutes of meditation is defined as solitude and peace for a total of ten minutes after exiting the plane. Fifteen minutes of aerobic exercise is defined as getting on a treadmill at a slow 4 miles an hour walk for fifteen minutes to increase the heart rate.
By the way, its always a good idea to talk to your doctor before starting any workout program. Now, I know you are dying to get to the lifting weights part but this teen workout has TWO parts and this part is just as important. If you want to get ripped so you can see your 6-pack abs, you need burn off some fat, and to do this you need to spend at least 30min a day, preferably an hour or more, playing! Playing soccer, playing basketball, playing football, skateboarding, biking. Playing sports is a very important part of this teen workout because the running and jumping is going to be your leg workout, in the weight workout we are not going to do legs.
TEA EXTRACTION Esthephanie Peralta October, 7 CHEM 2583-04 The purpose of this lab is to extract caffeine from a tea bag. Structures Compounds used for the experiment Reference The Merck Index Online structures from Chemsketch Caffeine Calcium Chloride CaCl2 CCl2H2 M.P. 230C Sodium Carbonate Dichloromethane CNa2O3 C8H10N4O2 Data Table 1.1 |Density | Weighs (g) | |Side arm flask (empty) + nipples |38.206g | |Side arm flask + residue |38.230g | |Clean finger |10.218g | |Finger + product |10.219g | Table 1.2 | |Caffeine Content (Mg ) | |Tea, black fermented |40-75 mg | |Tea recovered |24.0 mg | Experimental Procedure 1. In a 50ml beaker add 2g of Sodium Carbonate and add 15ml of H2O. Grab second beaker and add 10 ml of water.
PREPARATION OUTLINE “The Benefits of Drinking Coffee” General purpose : To inform Specific purpose : To inform my audience about the benefits of drinking coffee Organizational pattern : Topical order Central idea : There are four benefits in drinking coffee Introduction 1. Imagine waking up on a cold rainy day and when you walk into the kitchen, you could smell the aroma of a cup of hot coffee served on the table. 2. When you were listening to me, what type of coffee that comes into your mind? White coffee?
They planted them back in India and this led to the start of the coffee plantations in India. Table 1: A brief Timeline for coffee. Coffee Retail industry in India: India has always been a chai or tea drinking nation. Coffee was popular only in a few states of South India. Initially it was the rich Brahman families who consumed coffee.
These sports drinks also provide sugars, which the body burns to create energy and replenish electrolytes. Electrolytes maintain salt and potassium balances in the body.” Shafer 2 As stated in a recent report posted by the Canadian Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring Program (CADRMP). Many people have wondered if there are any short term dangers to the drinking of these energy drinks. Well it depends on the person. If the said individual is very sensitive to caffeine well there is the first danger because energy drinks have as much as 80 mg. of caffeine.
In Arab, tea is a focal point for social gatherings. In the United States and Canada, 80% of tea is consumed cold. In India, tea is one of the most popular hot beverages. In Burma, tea is consumed not only as hot drinks, but also as sweet tea and green tea. In southwest England, many cafes serve a 'cream tea', consisting of scones, clotted cream, and jam alongside a pot of tea.