The Caffeine Committee promotes scientific evaluation of health and safety issues related to caffeine consumption and serves as a resource for reliable science on caffeine to support the advancement of public health.
Systematic Review Now Available:
Systematic Review of the Potential Adverse Effects of Caffeine Consumption in Healthy Adults, Pregnant Women, Adolescents, and Children.
Selected as the "Best Paper of the Year” for by the editors of Food and Chemical Toxicology.
Why is this research valuable?
Applied Food Sciences, Inc.
Keurig Dr Pepper
Kraft Heinz Company
Red Bull GmbH
Marilyn Cornelis, PhD, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Harris Lieberman, PhD, Military Nutrition Division
U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM)
Projects Supported by the Committee:
This Systematic Review looked at five adverse health outcomes associated with caffeine consumption and over 2 dozen specific endpoints related to caffeine in the areas of: acute toxicity, cardiovascular effects, bone and calcium, behavior reproductive & development toxicity.
IAFNS supported several events at Experimental Biology 2013.
IAFNS work was presented at this event.