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    Caffeine Decreases Exhaled Nitric Oxide

    The levels of NO in the breath are useful in predicting asthma attacks as well as GI issues. If caffeine is helpful in lowering breath NO it suggests it may be helpful in both asthma and GI conditions. Human dosage was 200mg. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11923558 "...Caffeine causes a...