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Caffeine remains one of the world’s most sought-after pick-me-ups, with ~85% of Americans consuming caffeine daily. Regardless of whether caffeine is naturally occuring or synthetically produced, consumed hot or cold, the effect is the same.
When consuming caffeine it is important to take all sources of caffeine into account.
Moderate consumption of up to 400 mg/day of caffeine is considered safe.
As far as servings are concerned, 400 mg is about:
The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans confirmed that:
Most mainstream energy drinks contain about half the caffeine of a similar-sized cup of coffeehouse coffee you'd find at the corner coffee shop.
All Red Bull products voluntarily declare the total amount of caffeine per container on the label, along with an advisory statement that the product is not recommended for children, pregnant or nursing women, and persons sensitive to caffeine.
To learn more about energy drinks and their ingredients, get the facts here.
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