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FoodFacts.com has found some positive information for the moderate consumption of caffeine during the past year. At the same time, we’ve kept our community up-to-date on its negative effects as well – especially when it comes to energy drinks and … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com really enjoys finding information that lets us feel good about indulging in some of our favorite foods and beverages. Coffee is a favorite for many consumers. It helps them get their day going, it’s hot and comforting – and … Continue reading

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Food Facts came across some great information regarding caffeine intake and skin cancer that we wanted to make sure we brought to the attention of our community. A new study published here in the United States has linked the increase … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com is constantly fascinated by the changing lenses through which particular foods are viewed. Do you remember back in the 90’s when the “no-fat” craze had us turning to completely fat-free products, thinking they were good for us. Did anyone, … Continue reading

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Foodfacts.com aims to educate consumers on different ingredients, products, and health-related conditions. As previously mentioned in our blogs, food companies have been using more creative marketing strategies to drive teenagers and younger children to purchase their products. A major trend … Continue reading

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Foodfacts.com has learned about a Dutch research study that was reported in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. It recently revealed that caffeine intake in pregnant females affect the size of their babies.

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About half of adults in the United States report consuming dietary supplements regularly. What they may not know is that some of these supplements contain caffeine, even if it’s not listed on the label. Now, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists … Continue reading

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