Infographic: Caffeinated Beverages and Your Health
Whether you’re a student in need of a late-night pick-me-up before an exam or a hardworking adult pulling an early morning shift, you may depend on caffeine to keep you alert. A study in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association reports that Americans consume an average of 200 milligrams of caffeine daily. Most of this is from coffee and sodas, and a growing sourse of caffeine in the American diet comes from energy drinks. We explore caffeinated beverages and your health in this graphic created with Rasmussen.