Yearly Archives: 2019

W J Seow et al, 2019. Associations between tea and coffee beverage consumption and the risk of lung cancer in the Singaporean Chinese population, European Journal of Nutrition, published online.

ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Tea and coffee are widely consumed beverages. Tea flavonoids have been shown to inhibit lung tumorigenesis using in vitro and in vivo models. Conversely, coffee contains complex mixtures of biochemically active compounds, some of which may have genotoxic and mutagenic properties. However, previous epidemiologic studies have shown inconsistent results on tea and coffee in relation to lung cancer risk. […]

G A Ferreira et al, 2019. Does caffeine ingestion before a short-term sprint interval training promote body fat loss? Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, Volume 52 (12).

ABSTRACT We investigated the effect of caffeine ingestion combined with a 2-wk sprint interval training (SIT) on training-induced reductions in body adiposity. Twenty physically-active men ingested either 5 mg/kg of cellulose as a placebo (PLA, n=10) or 5 mg/kg of caffeine (CAF, n=10) 60 min before each SIT session (13×30 s sprint/15 s of rest). Body mass and skinfold […]

M Erblang et al, 2019. The Impact of Genetic Variations in ADORA2A in the Association between Caffeine Consumption and Sleep, Genes (Basel) Volume 10(12)

ABSTRACT ADORA2A has been shown to be responsible for the wakefulness-promoting effect of caffeine and the 1976T>C genotype (SNP rs5751876, formerly 1083T>C) to contribute to individual sensitivity to caffeine effects on sleep. We investigate the association between six single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) from ADORA2A and self-reported sleep characteristics and caffeine consumption in 1023 active workers […]

V A Santos et al, 2019. Panic Disorder and Chronic Caffeine Use: a Case-control Study, Clinical Practice, Epidemiology and Mental Health, Volume 15.

ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Acute administration of caffeine produces panic attacks in most Panic Disorder (PD) patients, but little is known about chronic caffeine use in these patients. OBJECTIVE: To assess caffeine use in patients with PD and to ascertain if caffeine consumption is associated with sociodemographic or clinical features. METHODS: 65 adults with PD and 66 healthy controls were included in the current study. […]

L Shi et al, 2019. Plasma metabolite biomarkers of boiled and filtered coffee intake and thier association with type 2 diabetes risk, Journal of Internal Medicine, published online.

ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Habitual coffee intake has been associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes (T2D), but few studies used biomarkers to reflect intake and investigated different coffee brews, that is boiled and filtered, separately. OBJECTIVES: To identify plasma metabolites associated with boiled or filtered coffee intake and to examine their association with T2D risk in Swedish adults. METHODS: […]

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