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energy drink

A usually caffeinated soft drink supplemented with vitamins, minerals, and/or herbs, used to stimulate concentration, memory, or reaction time, or to reduce sleepiness.
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Energy drinks Energy shots Energy mixers The report also covers the segmentation of the market based on the sale of energy drinks using various distribution channels: Hypermarkets and supermarkets
Moreover, continuous launch of new product variant in the US such as low calorie or sugar free energy drink, or organic or natural energy drink is expected to attract more health conscious consumers and support the growth of energy drinks market in the forecast period.
The majority, a full 90%, of natural energy drink consumers also drink regular energy drinks.
Sugar and other artificial sweeteners range from 21 to 34 grams in every 8 ounces of a typical energy drink.
As energy drink sales are rarely regulated by age, unlike alcohol and tobacco, and there is a proven potential negative effect on children, there is the potential for a significant public health problem in the future," the authors conclude.
Energy drink manufacturers and importers will have to put warning labels in Arabic and English on their products outlining their harmful effects, the report said.
In his School Food Plan, he wants to bring teachers and energy drink manufacturers to work out the issue.
Energy drink consumption can lead to dehydration, electrolyte disturbance, nausea, vomiting and heart irregularities (Macdonald, Hamilton, Malloy, Moride, & Shearer, for Health Canada, 2010).
Energy drinks are flavored beverages containing high amounts of stimulants such as caffeine.
People who drink three or more energy drinks a day are more likely to get only four hours of sleep, to fall asleep at work and to have trouble sleeping, a recent study found.
Some products are so potent that an eight-ounce can contains four times the caffeine per ounce as a traditional energy drink.
A 500ml can of an average energy drink such as Rockstar, Relentless or Monster contains 160mg of caffeine.

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