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Who should avoid energy drinks?

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, young children should not consume any caffeinated products and all energy drinks contain caffeine. Adolescents should not consume more than 100 mg of caffeine daily, and adults should not consume more than 500 mg of caffeine daily from all sources. In addition to energy drinks and shots, soda, ice tea and of course, coffee, contain caffeine. Unfortunately, many caffeinated products don’t list the amount of caffeine per serving.

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