To Learn More…

For more information about Caffeine, its sources, or effects within the body please visit the links below.

Live StrongSimple explanation of caffeine containing beverages

Food and Drug Administration: Official labeling requirements for caffeine

Oregon FamilyEffects of caffeine on children

Center For Science in the Public Interest: Complete list of products and the milligrams (mg) of caffeine per serving

Nutrition Action Health Letter: Caffeine Public Interest Article

International Food Information Council FoundationCaffeine Overview



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