October 17, 2006 Research
Researchers at Michigan State University say that preliminary findings of a study they conducted suggest that even low doses of caffeine may have negative impact on the development of unborn babies in pregnant women. Some experts recommend that women avoid caffeinated beverages altogether during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Reading labels it's important to find out whether foods or drinks contain added caffeine. Many supplements, energy drinks, carbonated beverages and candy bars contain a significant amount of caffeine.