Caffeinated products are extremely popular. In fact, 85 percent of the U.S. population consumes at least one caffeinated beverage per day. But how much do you really know about caffeine? We’ve collected some key caffeine facts, research and tips to help you make decisions about your caffeine consumption. It might cause you to take another look at your daily routine.

Caffeine not for kids, pregnant or nursing woman
Caffeinated products should not be used by children, pregnant and nursing women or people sensitive to caffeine.
Caffeine can elevate the effects of other substances
Caffeine can elevate the effects of other substances, such as alcohol, and these products should not be mixed.
Alert Caffeine Gum is a safe, portable alternative to energy drinks, coffee and soda.
Alert Caffeine Gum is a safe, portable alternative to energy drinks, coffee and soda.
180mg of caffeine is consumed daily by an average adult
The average adult caffeine user consumes 180mg of caffeine per day.
Dark chocolate, teas and some medicines contain caffeine, which contribute to overall caffeine intake.
Dark chocolate, teas and some medicines contain caffeine, which contribute to overall caffeine intake.
Caffeine consumption is cumulative
Caffeine consumption is cumulative; it’s important to be aware of how much you consume in a day.
It’s safe for adults to intake 400mg in a day
A daily caffeine intake of up to 400mg appears to be safe for most healthy adults.
Summary of our caffeine research
For a summary of our caffeine research, click the link below.

Still have questions about caffeine? Connect with your health care provider.
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