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1 Caffeine Helping you to: Create a Healthy Lifestyle! Click here to play anhere interactive game.

2 Caffeine Caffeine is a stimulant that can increase performance and fight fatigue. True False

3 Caffeine Caffeine is a stimulant that can increase performance and fight fatigue. True Correct! Next Question

4 Caffeine Caffeine is a stimulant that can increase performance and fight fatigue. False Incorrect. The statement is true. Next Question

5 Caffeine The effects of caffeine can be felt within 10 minutes and last two hours. True False

6 Caffeine The effects of caffeine can be felt within 10 minutes and last two hours. True Incorrect. Effects can be felt within 45 minutes and last over one hour. Next Question

7 Caffeine The effects of caffeine can be felt within 10 minutes and last two hours. False Correct! Effects can be felt within 45 minutes and last over one hour. Next Question

8 Caffeine Consuming caffeinated coffee in moderation, or this amount, will not cause physical harm. Two to three 8 oz cups (200 – 300 mg caffeine)Two to three 8 oz cups (200 – 300 mg caffeine) Four to five 8 oz cups ( mg caffeine)Four to five 8 oz cups ( mg caffeine) Five to six 8 oz cups (500 – 600 mg caffeine)Five to six 8 oz cups (500 – 600 mg caffeine)

9 Caffeine Consuming caffeinated coffee in moderation, or this amount, will not cause physical harm. Two to three 8 oz cups (200 – 300 mg caffeine) Correct! Do not consume more than three 8 oz cups per day. Next Question

10 Caffeine Consuming caffeinated coffee in moderation, or this amount, will not cause physical harm. Four to five 8 oz cups ( mg caffeine) Incorrect. Do not consume more than three 8 oz cups per day. Next Question

11 Caffeine Consuming caffeinated coffee in moderation, or this amount, will not cause physical harm. Five to six 8 oz cups ( mg caffeine Incorrect. Do not consume more than three 8 oz cups per day. Next Question

12 Caffeine Insomnia, dehydration, headaches and stomach irritation are symptoms of excessive caffeine intake. True False

13 Caffeine Insomnia, dehydration, headaches and stomach irritation are symptoms of excessive caffeine intake. True Correct! Next Question

14 Caffeine Insomnia, dehydration, headaches and stomach irritation are symptoms of excessive caffeine intake. False Incorrect. These are all symptoms of excessive caffeine intake. Next Question

15 Caffeine If you suddenly reduce the amount of caffeine you consume daily, you may experience these symptoms: Fatigue, trouble concentrating, irritability, nausea and vomiting. True False

16 Caffeine If you suddenly reduce the amount of caffeine you consume daily, you may experience these symptoms: Fatigue, trouble concentrating, irritability, nausea and vomiting. True Correct! Next Question

17 Caffeine If you suddenly reduce the amount of caffeine you consume daily, you may experience these symptoms: Fatigue, trouble concentrating, irritability, nausea and vomiting. False Incorrect. These all are symptoms of caffeine withdrawal. Next Question

18 Caffeine Which of the following drinks contains caffeine? Sprite Coca-Cola Classic Minute Maid Juice

19 Caffeine Which of the following drinks contains caffeine? Sprite Incorrect. Sprite and Minute Maid Juice are caffeine-free; Coca-Cola Classic contains caffeine. Next Question

20 Caffeine Which of the following drinks contains caffeine? Coca-Cola Classic Correct! Coca-Cola Classic contains caffeine; Sprite and Minute Maid Juice are caffeine-free. Next Question

21 Caffeine Which of the following drinks contains caffeine? Minute Maid Juice Incorrect. Minute Maid Juice and Sprite are caffeine-free; Coca-Cola Classic contains caffeine. Next Question

22 Caffeine Caffeine is not usually found in weight control pills. True False

23 Caffeine Caffeine is not usually found in weight control pills. True Incorrect. Caffeine is usually found in weight control pills. Next Question

24 Caffeine Caffeine is not usually found in weight control pills. False Correct! Caffeine is usually found in weight control pills. Next Question

25 Caffeine What is an effective method for limiting caffeine withdrawal symptoms? Brew tea for more time Drink coffee with half caffeinated and half decaffeinated coffeeDrink coffee with half caffeinated and half decaffeinated coffee Consume energy drinks

26 Caffeine What is an effective method for limiting caffeine withdrawal symptoms? Brew tea for more time Incorrect. Brewing tea for more time increases the caffeine content. To limit caffeine withdrawal symptoms, one should drink a 50:50 mixture of caffeinated/decaffeinated coffee. Energy drinks contain caffeine. Consume energy drinks cautiously as the ingredients are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. Next Question

27 Caffeine What is an effective method for limiting caffeine withdrawal symptoms? Drink coffee with half caffeinated and half decaffeinated coffee Correct! Brewing tea for more time increases the caffeine content. Energy drinks contain caffeine. Consume energy drinks cautiously as the ingredients are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. Next Question

28 Caffeine What is an effective method for limiting caffeine withdrawal symptoms? Consume energy drinks: Incorrect. Energy drinks have caffeine. Consume energy drinks cautiously as the ingredients are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. To limit caffeine withdrawal symptoms, one should drink a 50:50 mixture of caffeinated/decaffein- ated coffee. Brewing tea for more time increases the caffeine content. Next Question

29 Caffeine Symptoms of excessive caffeine intake can result in liver problems, adverse affects in fertility and increased risk for osteoporosis. True False

30 Caffeine Symptoms of excessive caffeine intake can result in liver problems, adverse affects in fertility and increased risk for osteoporosis. True Incorrect. Excessive caffeine intake may affect fertility and increase the risk of osteoporosis, but will not result in liver problems. Next Question

31 Caffeine Symptoms of excessive caffeine intake can result in liver problems, adverse affects in fertility and increased risk for osteoporosis. False Correct! Excessive caffeine intake may affect fertility and increase the risk of osteoporosis, but will not result in liver problems. Next Question

32 Caffeine Because caffeine is a diuretic, one should consume this amount of a non-caffeinated beverage for every 8 oz caffeine based beverage. 4 ounces 8 ounces 12 ounces

33 Caffeine Because caffeine is a diuretic, one should consume this amount of a non-caffeinated beverage for every 8 oz caffeine based beverage. 4 ounces: Incorrect. You should consume 8 ounces of a non-caffeinated beverage for every 8 ounces of caffeinated beverage. NextNext slide

34 Caffeine Because caffeine is a diuretic, one should consume this amount of a non-caffeinated beverage for every 8 oz caffeine based beverage. 8 ounces: Correct! You should consume 8 ounces of a non-caffeinated beverage for every 8 ounces of caffeinated beverage. Next slide

35 Caffeine Because caffeine is a diuretic, one should consume this amount of a non-caffeinated beverage for every 8 oz caffeine based beverage. 12 ounces: Incorrect. You should consume 8 ounces of a non-caffeinated beverage for every 8 ounces of caffeinated beverage. NextNext slide

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