Caffeine-containing energy drinks: beginning to address the gaps in what we know.

Abstract

Energy drinks are relatively new to the United States but are the fastest growing segment of the beverage market. Humans have a long history of consuming caffeine in traditional beverages, such as cocoa, coffee, tea, and yerba maté, but 2 workshops held at the Institute of Medicine (http://www.iom.edu/Activities/Nutrition/PotentialHazardsCaffeineSupplements… (More)

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@article{Sorkin2014CaffeinecontainingED, title={Caffeine-containing energy drinks: beginning to address the gaps in what we know.}, author={Barbara C Sorkin and Paul M. Coates}, journal={Advances in nutrition}, year={2014}, volume={5 5}, pages={541-3} }