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15th Edition
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Publisher: Cengage Learning,
ISBN: 9781337906371
Chapter 14, Problem 1CT
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List all of the foods and drinks that you consume in one day that contain caffeine. Calculate your total caffeine intake. Do you think this is an appropriate caffeine intake for you? Why or why not?

Summary Introduction

To list:

All the food items and drinks containing caffeine that can be consumed in one day. Calculate the total caffeine intake and also determine whether it is an appropriate intake for an individual or not.

Introduction:

Food is defined as any edible substance which is nutritious in nature. It is composed of all essential elements such as carbohydrates, proteins, fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. It is responsible for the maintenance of proper growth and development of the organisms.

Explanation of Solution

The list of food items containing caffeine which is consumed by a person is as follows:

    Food and drinks with caffeineAmount of caffeine
    Coffee80 mg
    Soft drinks50 mg
    Green tea25 mg
    Chocolates70 mg
    Ice...

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