Caffeine counter

Excessive caffeine contributes to bone breakdown and may be a factor in the development of osteoporosis. How much caffeine do you drink? The following caffeine counter lists the amount of caffeine in different drinks and foods. Learn more about other factors that cause osteoporosis, by visting our Rethinking Osteoporosis — Causes page.

(mgs caffeine)
Coffee, 5 oz
automatic drip110 to 150
percolated64 to 124
instant40 to 108
decaffeinated2 to 6
brewed, one minute (5 oz.)9 to 33
brewed, five minutes (5 oz.)20 to 50
iced, in cans (12 oz.)22 to 36
Snapple Iced Tea (16 oz.)48
Soft Drinks, 12 oz
colas (low cal/regular)36 to 48
ginger ale0
Dr. Pepper38
Mountain Dew54
Pepsi Cola38
Pepsi Free0
7 Up0
Snapple Soft Drinks0
cocoa beverage (6 oz.)6 to 10
milk chocolate (1 oz.)6
baking chocolate (1 oz.)35
Selected Non-Prescription Drugs
No Doz100

This caffeine counter helps determine how much caffeine individuals consume in a day. It is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. Please consult with your physician if you are concerned about your caffeine intake and think that you are at risk for osteoporosis or osteopenia.

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