Systematic review confirms longstanding caffeine intake recommendations

A rigorous, new scientific Systematic Review paper on caffeine safety confirms the results of the widely-cited Health Canada literature review (2003), which concluded that adverse health effects were not associated with caffeine intake levels at ≤400 mg/day for adults (which is the equivalent of about 4 cups of coffee/day, and 90 percent of Americans typically consume less than this amount ), ≤300 mg/day for pregnant women and ≤2.5 mg/kg-day for children and adolescents. …read more

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