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New study finds caffeine intake comes from coffee, soda, not energy drinks

Caffeine intake from beverages remain driven by the consumption of coffee, tea and sodas, while energy drinks, energy shots and chocolate milk contribute minimally to total intake, finds a new study published in this month’s journal Food and Chemical Toxicology ( http://bit.ly/1a88lYd ).

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