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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

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

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Fulgoni repeated that self-report is a limitation of the NHANES data. With respect to parental self-reporting of their children’s consumption, parents report food and beverage consumption for children up to the age of 6 years. Between 6 years and 12 years, analysts use a combination of child and parental data. He was not aware of any study validating the NHANES self-report data for those younger ages. Workshop planning committee chair Lynn Goldman commented on the number of new caffeinated products, such as candies and marshmallows, that are entering the marketplace and asked whether those types of products will be identifiable in the NHANES database in the future.

The most commonly consumed tea, a standard cup of leaf tea, has 48 mg/RACC. For soda, the range is 0 to 65 mg/RACC, with the most commonly consumed soda being a cola-type soda containing about 20 mg/RACC. Finally, for energy drinks included in the NHANES database, the range is 45 to 86 mg/RACC, with the most frequently consumed energy drink containing 72 mg/RACC. Usual Intake For caffeine consumption per day, among the total sample population (N = 17,387), mean intakes ranged from about 25 mg among 2- to 11-year-old children to more than 200 mg in older adults (see Figure 2-1).

26 CAFFEINE IN FOOD AND DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS Conclusion from the NHANES Analysis With trends in caffeine intake remaining stable, or decreasing in some age groups, but with new sources of caffeine entering the marketplace, Fulgoni suggested that new sources of caffeine may be replacing older sources. Studies specifically designed to assess trade-off of caffeine sources would need to be conducted to confirm this suggestion. Fulgoni concluded by remarking that, as is true of any study, there are strengths and limitations to these NHANES analyses.

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