I love coffee but people tell me that it stunts your growth. Is that true? - Tara ... with
normal sleep. If you decide to cut back or stop drinking coffee, do so gradually.
Therefore, a moderate caffeine consumption of about 400 mg per day does not ...
were young that they shouldn't drink coffee because it would stunt your growth.
May 4, 2013 ... Don't drink that, it'll stunt your growth!” is a phrase many kids hear when growing
up. As many of us can guess, the “that” being referred to is.
In more recent times, another idea took hold of the public's imagination regarding
coffee -- that it had the power to stunt a child's growth. But just as a pot of coffee ...
Oct 18, 2005 ... The Claim: Drinking Coffee Can Stunt a Child's Growth ... research on the
physiological results of coffee consumption, there is no evidence that ...
Dec 20, 2013 ... Because everyone knows, of course, that drinking coffee stunts the growth ... for
not letting kids drink coffee that have nothing to do with growth.
Find out whether the caffeine your child might get from drinks and food ranging
from energy drinks to chocolate bars can interfere with normal growth.
There's no good evidence to back up this commonly held belief. The few studies
that have tried to link the amount of caffeine consumption and ...
May 16, 2014 ... Enter: caffeine, and lots of it. But what's the deal with buzzy drinks—and the buzz
surrounding them? Whether you're already a coffee addict or ...
Feb 28, 2013 ... Myth: Caffeine will stunt your growth ... It probably gained some traction with
numerous studies showing that drinking caffeine will increase the ...