Absorption rate of methylxanthines following capsules, cola and chocolate

@article{Mumford1996AbsorptionRO,
  title={Absorption rate of methylxanthines following capsules, cola and chocolate},
  author={Geoffrey K. Mumford and Neal L Benowitz and Suzette M. Evans and Barbara J. Kaminski and Kenzie L Preston and Christine A. Sannerud and Kenneth P. Silverman and Roland R Griffiths},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology},
  year={1996},
  volume={51},
  pages={319-325}
}
Objective:To compare caffeine and theobromine absorption after oral administration of capsules, cola beverage and chocolate candy.Methods:Three males and four females who abstained from methylxanthines received five methylxanthine-containing treatments: caffeine in capsules (72 mg), administered twice; theobromine in capsules (370 mg); cola beverage (72 mg caffeine) and chocolate candy (72 mg caffeine and 370 mg theobromine). Plasma methylxanthine levels were assayed from samples collected… CONTINUE READING
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