|Pregnant women have been advised once again to cut their caffeine intake after a new study revealed a link between the stimulant and babies born with low birth weight.
As a result of the research, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has revised its guidelines regarding caffeine intake during pregnancy.
Recommended levels of caffeine have been lowered from a maximum of 300mg a day to just 200mg - a reduction of a third.
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