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  • It has been hypothesized that caffeine intake can directly interfere with estrogen synthesis; it is also well documented that caffeine can increase energy expenditure. Active women with ExMD are at risk for the female athlete triad, a syndrome associated with negative energy balance, leading to menstrual dysfunction and eventually poor bone health. Thus, for active women high levels of caffeine intake may suppress estrogen synthesis and simultaneously increase energy needs, contributing to ExMD.
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