We’ve all heard of caffeine, it’s that thing that keeps you awake. But what you might not know is that there’s less caffeine in
1. Safe for mums-to-be
Pregnant women should not have more than 200mg of caffeine a day, according to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland. If you’re expecting, breast-feeding or trying for a baby, we recommend following your healthcare provider’s advice on caffeine intake.
2. Contributes to hydration
For those who don’t usually consume caffeine it may have a mild, short-term diuretic effect. But that’s not the case for people who enjoy it regularly. All drinks, including those containing caffeine, help keep the body hydrated (
3. Creates better-tasting drinks
When it comes to the flavour of our drinks, caffeine plays an important part. It adds a slight bitterness and works well with both sugar and sweeteners for a delicious taste. We also have decaf options including Oasis, Fanta, Sprite and Kia-Ora No Added Sugar.
For more surprising facts about caffeine, check out our Caffeine Counter.
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