A new report reveals that a shocking number of kids – including very young children – are drinking energy drinks. The report includes recommendations to help curb this disturbing trend.
According to research just published in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, alcohol consumed with energy drinks may provide a double-edged effect: The increased stimulation from energy drinks may negate some intoxication-related side effects by increasing alertness. However, it could also lead to negative side effects associated with overstimulation.
As if you needed yet another reason to skip the Red Bull, a study in General Dentistry points to energy drinks as a major culprit in tooth enamel loss.
The Federal government is looking to ban alcoholic energy drinks on the assumption that the FDA will find that caffeine is an unsafe additive to alcohol.
Why all of the confusion with labeling alcohol bottle? Why there not a standardized labeling for all consumables? I probably wouldn’t look, because I wouldn’t want to know, but that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t have the ability to know…
POM Wonderful has been called out by the Federal Trade Commission to stop claiming that pomegranate products can cure, prevent or treat any disease until approved by the FDA.
Why haven’t natural “energy + alcohol” products received more attention? One of the trends that has bothered me most over the last few years is the massive profusion of outrageously-flavored [ … ]
In case you needed yet another reason to avoid sodas, a Canadian study found Bisphenol A in canned sodapop and energy drinks.