FDN, KINS researchers review coffee and performance

December 17th, 2015 Contact: Richard Lewis  |  706-542-4901  | More about Richard

The caffeine in a morning cup of coffee could help improve athletic endurance, according to a new University of Georgia review study.

Authored by Simon Higgins, a third-year doctoral student in kinesiology in the College of Education, and co-authored by Richard Lewis, UGA Foundation Professor in the Bone and Body Composotion Lab, the study was published in this month's issue of the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism.

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Tags: simon higgins, richard lewis, endurance, coffee, caffeine, athletic performance


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