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Ways to avoid caffeine effects

Posted Apr 01 2011 1:02am

Excessive caffeine intake isn't healthy for your body and if you are among those people who take in many servings of coffee in the daytime, you may swiftly receive more than enough caffeine.

But there is also caffeine in other refreshments and foodstuffs, so simply because you have swapped out the coffee with tea or coca-cola, you are still likely to get large amounts of caffeine pulsing through your body.

In response to food researchers it is advised that grown ups drink over five servings of coffee or 400 milligrams of caffeine every day. Should you be expecting a baby it is best to hold back on caffeine and not drink in excess of three servings of coffee per day and children shouldn't have caffeine at all.

As a guide, youngsters can tolerate 2.5 milligrams of caffeine per. kg body weight per day. This means 75 milligrams of caffeine, if the child weighs 30 pounds.

This is how much caffeine there is in various beverages and foods:

Black coffee: 50-80 mg per day. 100 ml. A cup of coffee is about 100 ml.

Espresso: Up to 100 mg per day. 100 ml

Black tea: 20 mg per day. 100 ml.

Green Tea: 10 mg per day. 100 ml.

Energy Drink Cult / Redbull: 32 mg per day. 100 ml.

Treo Headache Pills: 50 mg per day pr. tablet

Cola: 10 mg per 100 ml. Which means there are 50 milligrams of caffeine in half a liter cola. If children drink a lot of soda, they're getting more than enough caffeine.

In addition, there is also caffeine in both cocoa and chocolate, although it's not that much.

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