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Caffeine could be headed soon to WADA’s prohibited substance list

WASHINGTON D.C., U.S. – Utah Jazz forward Boris Diaw doesn't go a day without his daily dose of coffee, and now neither do many of his teammates. The 34-year-old Frenchman turned his team onto the caffeinated beverage after being traded last summer from the San Antonio Spurs and now it's practically a tradition ...

Mannatech makes the morning healthier with new nutrient-rich coffee

COPPELL, Texas, U.S. – Mannatech, Incorporated, a global health and wellness company committed to transforming lives to make a better world, announced the launch of the world’s most complete coffee, GlycoCafe, infused with the company’s innovative Glyconutrients, making it a healthy choice for coffee lovers.

Health risks: How much caffeine is too much according to science?

MILAN – Caffeine is having a cultural moment. Once believed to cause illness, recent research has linked the compound to a variety of health benefits. Sensing an opportunity, entrepreneurs seized on these health claims to launch new products. Today, caffeine-vehicles now include sprays, powders, gums, waffles, cubes, granola bars, and bagels.

How to find coffee that won’t bother your stomach

I've written before about the health benefits enjoyed by coffee drinkers. But some people find that coffee hurts their sto...

Drinking coffee and eating nuts may reduce risk of colon cancer recurring

NEW HAVEN — Eating nuts may help survivors of colon cancer prevent the disease from recurring, according to a Yale Cancer ...

Does caffeine stain teeth? Sacramento Dentistry Group gives the answer

SACRAMENTO, CA, U.S. – Caffeine is a common ingredient in many popular drinks known to stain the teeth: coffee, tea and co...

Nestlé and Mondelez increased appetite for sustainable

Global food and beverage firms Nestlé and Mondelez International have both ramped up sustainable business efforts over the past year, with an increased commitment to supply chain ...

Study suggests caffeine consumption in older women may reduce risk of dementia

Caffeine consumption in older women seems to reduce the risk of dementia. According to a report in the Washington Post,...

Black Insomnia brews bold in Cape Town

CAPE TOWN - Coffee lovers of the Cape, here's something to warm your heart ... The Mother City has become the home of t...

Study shows huge health benefits by cutting back sugar in sugary drinks

SYDNEY, Australia – More than 150,000 Australian deaths could be prevented if the energy content of sugary drinks was cut ...