By Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Food and Nutrition Board, Planning Committee for a Workshop on Potential Health Hazards Associated with Consumption of Caffeine in Food and Dietary Supplements, Diana Pankevich, Ann L. Yaktine, Lesli

ISBN-10: 0309297508

ISBN-13: 9780309297509

''Caffeine in nutrients and supplements is the precis of a workshop convened via the Institute of medication in August 2013 to study the to be had technology on secure degrees of caffeine intake in meals, drinks, and supplements and to spot info gaps. Scientists with services in nutrition protection, meals, pharmacology, psychology, toxicology, and similar disciplines; doctors with pediatric Read more...

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Mitchell emphasized that no single resource was comprehensive enough to capture information for all of the beverage and beverage types reported in the survey. Even the large national and research databases do not contain brand-specific data for the variety of beverages reported in the survey. The researchers assigned default values for beverages with no data available, insufficient detail, or no specified brand name. 9 mg per fluid ounce. 8 mg/fluid ounce for specialty espresso. Once the database was developed, the researchers consolidated caffeine beverages into a more manageable set of categories for detailed analysis.

Mitchell noted that although there were some differences in mean daily intakes between men and women, the differences disappeared after adjusting for body weight. When examined by beverage category, coffee, carbonated soft drinks, tea, and energy drinks together accounted for nearly all caffeine intake (see Table 2-2). As far as which type of beverage contributed the most, it was clearly coffee for all ages combined and for adults. For children, intakes were distributed fairly equally across coffee, carbonated soft drinks, and tea.

2010. A mixed-effects model approach for estimating the distribution of usual intake of nutrients: The NCI method. Statistical Methods 29(27):2857–2868. 3 Safety Signals and Surveillance In addition to estimating exposure, another important first step to assessing the public health safety of the growing number of new caffeinecontaining food and beverage products entering the marketplace is conducting surveillance and identifying incidents that warrant further investigation. The panelists of the Day 1, Session 2, panel, moderated by Steven E.

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