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5 Important Things To Know About Caffeine Powder | New York's Pi










Running back Johnathan Gray, who tore his achilles tendon on Nov. 9 against West Virginia, has been cleared to resume full workouts next week, a source told CBSSports.com on Thursday night . Gray ran for 780 yards and four touchdowns on 159 carries before missing the season's last four games with the injury. Gray has been working out all summer but the team is letting him loose next week. The tandem of Gray and Malcolm Brown will be crucial for the Longhorns as they navigate a transitional phase at quarterback. <br>Source: http://www.cbssports.com/collegefootball/writer/jeremy-fowler/24626706/source-texas-rb-johnathan-gray-cleared-for-workouts





Death puts focus on caffeine powder dangers - The Dispatch



Pouches can start at more than $7, with just over a pound costing about $15. Users add the powder to drinks for a pick-me-up before workouts or to control weight gain. ___ THIS ISNT INSTANT COFFEE The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the product is essentially 100 percent caffeine. <br>Source: http://pix11.com/2014/07/19/5-important-things-to-know-about-caffeine-powder/







"Honestly, I mean, it's frightening. It makes no sense to me." Federal investigations have recently prompted some companies to pull products with added caffeine. Last year, Wrigley halted sales and marketing of Alert caffeinated gum after discussions with the FDA. In 2010, the agency forced manufacturers of alcoholic caffeinated beverages to cease production of those drinks. Authorities have also pledged to take action if they are able to link deaths to consumption of energy drinks. Hospitalizations from those drinks have been on the rise. The number of emergency department visits involving energy drinks doubled -- from 10,068 visits in 2007 to 20,783 visits in 2011, according to the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Most of the cases involved teens or young adults. A (visit) full teaspoon of caffeine powder could contain 3,200 milligrams of caffeine. In that concentrated amount, a person can experience adverse effects in a matter of minutes, said Dr. <br>Source: http://www.cdispatch.com/news/article.asp?aid=34937



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