|Following the recent news about caffeine and alcohol intake for pregnant women, the Royal College of Midwives has said that women should discuss these important matters with professionals.
In recent weeks, there has been new advice from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) after research carried out by the universities of Leeds and Leicester.
The FSA has lowered its guidelines on daily caffeine intake from 300mg a day to just 200mg - equivalent to two mugs of coffee.
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