September 29, 2016

After Deaths, FDA Mulls Action on Powdered Caffeine

After two young men died from taking powdered pure caffeine, the U.S. Food ad Drug Administration (FDA) issued a consumer advisory and is now mulling further action, according to Michael Landa, Director of FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. Eighteen-year-old, Logan James Stiner, a high school senior, athlete and prom king died days before his graduation in May after taking  powdered pure caffeine. James Wade Sweatt, 24, a newly married, recent graduate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham,  downloaded a conversion chart to try to calculate the proper dose but slipped into a coma after using powdered pure caffeine and later died. Both young men purchased the caffeine online where it is marketed like an energy-boosting dietary supplement rather than a stimulant. … [Read more...]

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