Dietary supplements vary widely in how much caffeine they contain, according to Harvard Medical School research published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Inaccurate labeling and a lack of product information also were common problems, and researcher Pieter Cohen said people "really have no idea when they're purchasing supplements what's in them, even if they carefully read the label."
Diet supplements have varied amounts of caffeine, study says
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