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Factsheet Cafeïne

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  2. Trimbos-instituut. Jeugd en Riskant gedrag 2011. Kerngegevens uit het peilstationsonderzoek scholieren . Uitgave Trimbos-instituut, 2012. Artikelnummer AF1150.
  3. Sikkema P. “Druk, springerig, blij”, kinderen en jongeren over energydrinks. Quiris/Voedingscentrum Den Haag, augustus 2012, project 12.032.
  4. EFSA - European Food Safety Authority (2013) ”Energy” drinks report News story 6 March 2013.
  5. Voedsel en Waren Autoriteit (huidige Nederlandse Voedsel- en Warenautoriteit), Bureau Risicobeoordeling. Advies inzake veiligheid van alcohol in combinatie met energiedrank. Den Haag, VWA/BUR, 2009, 11837.
  6. COT (2012) Internet: http://cot.food.gov.uk/pdfs/cotstatementcaffeine200804.pdf
  7. EFSA - European Food Safety Authority. Scientific opinion: The use of taurine and D-glucurono-lactone constituents of so-called “energy”drinks. EFSA Journal (2009) 935; 1-31.
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  13. World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF). Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity and the Prevention of Cancer. A Global Perspective. Washington DC 2007.
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  19. EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition an Allergies.  Scientific Opinion on the substantiation of health claims related to caffeine and increased fat oxidation leading to a reduction in body fat mass, increased energy expenditure leading to a reduction in body  weight, increased alertnes and increased attention pursuant to Article 13 of Regulation No 1924/2006. EFSA Journal 2011; 9(4): 2054.
  20. Vester JC, e.a. Energy drinks mixed with alcohol: misconceptions, myths and facts. Int. J. General Medicine 2012: 5; 187-98
  21. Heinz AJ, de Wit H, Lilje TC, Kassel JD. The combined effectas of alcohol, caffeine, and expectancies on subjective experience, impulsivity, and risk-taking. Exp.Clin Psychopharmacol. 2013 Jun;21(3): 222-34.
  22. EFSA Panel on Dietetics Products, Nutrition and Allergies. Scientific Opninion on the substantiation of health claims related to caffeine and increase in physical performance during short-term high-intensity exercise, increase in endurance performance, increase in endurance capacity and reduction in the rated perceived exertion/effort during exercise pursuant to Article 13(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006. EFSA Journal 2011; 9(4): 2053.
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  24. Silva AM, e.a. Total body water and its compartments are not affected by ingesting a moderate dose of caffeine in healthy young adult males. Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab. 2013 Jun; 38(6): 626-32.
  25. Meltzer HM, Nordisk Ministerråd N, Råd Nordisk. Risk assessment of caffeine among children and adolescents in the Nordic countries. Nordic council of Ministers, TemaNord, Copenhagen, 2008.
  26. Smith PF, Miners J, McNeil J, Proudfooot A. Report of the Expert Working Group on the Safety Aspects of Dietary Caffeine. Australia New Zealand Food Authority, Canberra, 2000.
  27. Temple JL. Caffeinne use in children: What we know, what we have left to learn, and why we should worry. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2009 June; 33(6): 793-806.
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  29. Higdon JV en Frei B. Coffe and Health: A review of recent human research. Clinical Nutrition in Food science and Nutrition, 2006; 46:101-123
  30. Bakker R e.a.. Maternal caffeine intake from coffee and tea, fetal growth, and the risks of adverse birth outcomes: the generation R study. Am J Clin Nutr,2010; 91: 1691-8.
  31. COT - The Committee on Toxicity of Chemicals in Food. Consumer Products and the Environment . Statement on the reproductive effects of caffeine, Committee on Toxicity, Ministery of Heath, United Kingdom, 2008.
  32. Sengpiel V e.a. Maternal caffeine intake during pregnancy is associated with birth weight but not with gestational length: results from a large prospective observational study. BMC Med. 2013; 11: 42 Internet: http://cot.food.gov.uk/pdfs/cotstatementcaffeine200804.pdf
  33. FSA – Food Standard Agency (2008) new caffeine advice for pregnant women. Internet: http://www.food.gov.uk/news/pressreleases/2008/nov/caffeineadvice.
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  35. Agence Nationale de Securité Sanitaire Allmentation, Environnement, Travall (ANSES). Evaluation des risques liés à la consommation de boissons dites énergisantes. Maisons-Alfort, sept 2013.