7 Hidden Sources of Caffeine

Snack bars typically rely on calorie- and carbohydrate-dense ingredients like nuts and dried fruits to keep you energized, but there are exceptions.

Protein Bars

Decaf does not mean caffeine-free. While FDA regulations require 97 percent of caffeine to be removed from the beans for coffee to be marketed as "decaffeinated

Decaf Coffee

Coke is right up there with coffee as a well-known caffeinated culprit. But while a can of cola will cost you 29 mg of the jumpy stuff, other non-cola sodas contain just as much caffeine

Non-Cola Sodas

The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a one-cup "tennis ball-sized scoop" of most popular brands contains 60 mg of caffeine

Ice Cream & Yogurt

While most candy bars have less than 10 mg of caffeine (a 1.55-ounce HERSHEY'S milk chocolate bar contains about 9 mg), the darker the chocolate

Candy Bars

A Tall hot chocolate from Starbucks, for example, serves up a not-insignificant 20 mg of caffeine, and the same size mocha 

Hot Chocolate

Vitamin Water Energy has 50 mg per 20 fl oz bottle. Fail to read the label before throwing back a bottle of 100% natural Avitae, and you'll have consumed 125 mg of caffeine

Fancy Water

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