Caffeine Series: Know the Sources and the Amounts to Manage Your “Buzz” [VIDEO]

Looking for something to jump-start your day?  If you’re like millions of people all over the world, you’ll grab a cup of coffee. Or maybe you’ll sip some green tea. Or gulp an energy drink. Or drink a soda. Or, if you have a serious sweet tooth, nibble on some chocolate. The fact is, caffeine is found in all of those sources. And it’s not the source that matters, but the actual amount.

Approximately 85 percent of Americans enjoy a caffeinated food or beverage every day. Caffeine is found in many foods and beverages in varying amounts. Healthy adults can consume moderate amounts of caffeine, between 300 and 400 milligrams per day. All sources contribute to moderate consumption.

So, if you’re looking for something to energize your day, choose your sources wisely: Know the amounts of caffeine from various sources.

Check out the latest Caffeine video to learn more.

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