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Is drinking coffee good or bad for heart health?
Learn more about coffee and caffeine, its safety, if it's good for you, how much coffee is too much and its impact on your heart.
Green Coffee Bean Extract Supplements Review (for Weight Loss)
Choose the Best Green Coffee Bean Extract. 50% of Green Coffee Bean Extract Supplements Don't Deliver Expected Ingredients.
Potassium Added to Starbucks Coffee?
A competitor of Starbucks claims that Starbucks is adding potassium to some of its coffee. Get the details obtained by ConsumerLab in our article: Is drinking coffee good or bad for heart health?
B Vitamin Supplements Review (B Complexes, B6, B12, Biotin, Folate, Niacin, Riboflavin & More)
See Which B Vitamins Are ConsumerLab's Top Picks!
Potassium in Coffee?
On Tuesday we wrote about a report of potassium possibly being added to Starbucks coffee. The report also indicated high levels of potassium in a variety of coffees, raising a health concern. However, we have not found other reports of high levels of potassium in coffee (based on various hot-brewing techniques), reducing our level of concern. See the Update for more information.
Does drinking coffee deplete vitamins or minerals, such as magnesium, in the body? Can adding magnesium or other minerals reduce the acidity or improve the flavor of coffee?
Coffee can reduce absorption or increase loss of certain vitamins and minerals. Find out which are affected, and what steps can be taken to reduce the effect of coffee on these nutrients.
Is it safe to drink coffee regularly? Does drinking coffee increase or decrease the risk of cancer?
Learn more about coffee, its safety, if it's good for you, and if it impacts your risk of cancer.
50% of Green Coffee Bean Supplements Don't Contain Expected Amounts of Ingredient for Weight Loss, According to ConsumerLab.com
White Plains, New York, November 6, 2012 — Clinical studies suggest green coffee bean extract (GCBE) supplements can aid weight loss, but recent tests by ConsumerLab.com indicate that many popular brands dont contain the amounts of extract listed on their labels.
ConsumerLab.com reports deficiencies in some B-complex supplements and more caffeine than expected in "shot-sized" B vitamin "energy" drinks
White Plains, New York — October 26, 2010 — Tests of B vitamin supplements, including B-complexes and shot-sized energy drinks, revealed problems with the quality of 4 out of 18 products selected for review by independent testing organization ConsumerLab.com.
Recalls & Warnings
RXBAR Protein Bars Recalled
On January 15, 2019, RXBAR issued a recall of certain varieties of protein bars because they may contain undeclared peanuts.