Latest Research

N Clarke et al, 2019. Coffee ingestion improves 5 km cycling performance in men and women by a similar magnitude, Nutrients, publishd online.

C Pickering & J Grgic, 2019. Is coffee a useful source of caffeine pre-exercise? International Journal of Sports Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism, published online.

N Guest et al, 2018. Caffeine, CYP1A2 Genotype, and Endurance Performance in Athletes, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, published online.

I C Dunican et al, 2018. Caffeine use in a Super Rugby game and its relationship to post-game sleep, European Journal of Sports Nutrition, published online

J Tripette et al, 2018. Caffeine Consumption is Associated with Higher Levels of Physical Activity in Japanese Women, International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, published online.

S Potgieter et al, 2018. Caffeine Improves Triathlon Performance: A Field Study in Males and Females, International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, published online.

L M R Loureiro et al, 2018. Effects of Coffee Components on Muscle Glycogen Recovery: A Systematic Review, International Journal of Sport Nutition and Exercise Metabolism, published online.

N Clarke et al, 2017. Coffee Ingestion Enhances One-Mile Running Race Performance, International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, published online.

P B Judice et al, 2013. A moderate dose of caffeine ingestion does not change energy expenditure but decreases sleep time in physically active males: a double-blind randomized controlled trial. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab Volume 38.

H Matsuura et al, 2012. Relationship between coffee consumption and prevalence of metabolic syndrome among Japanese civil servants. Journal of Epidemiology, published online.

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