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    in one normal sized energy drink alone. This means that there is about 5 grams of sugar in an energy shot such as 5 Hour Energy. Drinking a high amount of energy drink beverages can also cause severe reactions to the person drinking them”(Military Medicine). With this amount of sugar can result in serious problems. They can result from heart disease to being plain out overweight, which can also lead to heart disease. According to caffeineinformer.com, they say that these drinks have previously…

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    1. The energy drink industry, largely dominated by Red Bull, is relatively new. One of the industry’s strengths is that it targets a select group of people so companies can focus their advertisements towards these people. Coca-Cola, for example, is a drink that is consumed by a wide variety of people, so their advertisements are very broad and focused on the product. Whereas, energy drink advertisements can focus on people and events centered around an active lifestyle. Another strength of…

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    Consuming Energy Drinks

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    Consuming energy drinks can increase your body on doing “physical and mental performances”. Most energy drinks mainly contain high caffeine from a variety of 74 to 100 milligrams along with others that may include “plant based stimulants such as Guarana and ginseng.” For instance, a cup of five ounces of coffee can contain ninety five or one hundred milligrams of coffee, Pepsi includes sixty nine milligrams and for a Starbucks Venti Coffee contains 415 milligrams of caffeine. Almost every energy…

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    About Energy Drinks" discusses the popularity of various energy drinks in the United States. According to the article, surveys have found that 30-50% of adolescents and young adults consume energy drinks. It doesn't help that this age group is the current target market for energy drinks, with Red Bull and Monster sponsoring extreme sports-type competitions. The article goes on to explain that energy drinks and shots are simply flavored beverages with varying amounts of caffeine. Some energy…

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    Cause & Effect of Energy Drinks The everyday struggles of life keep americans up late at night, and leave them feeling tired and fatigued the next morning. The immediate solution for some, is to grab a freshly brewed coffee from their home or the nearest cafe. For those who do not like the taste of coffee or the staining effect it has on one’s teeth, there needed to be an alternative. That’s where the invention of energy drinks came in. Students, Athletes, and workers all need a boost and here…

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    What similarities do you see between Buckyballs and energy drinks? What differences? It is possible energy drinks could be banned however caffeinated drinks are readily available and widely accepted and energy drinks are no different. The similarities between Buckyballs and energy drinks are they do not provide appropriate warnings. Buckyballs can be fatal when ingested just as over consumption of energy drinks or mixing them with alcohol can have adverse health effects. The differences…

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    The Rise Of Energy Drinks

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    The purpose of why energy drinks were originally designed was to target athletes. Promote increase energy thereby gaining faster running times, higher jumps, and so forth. However, over time this has evolved to” purposefully market young adults” (Malinauskas, Aeby, Overton, Aeby & Barber-Heidel, 2007), to aid them in their exams and “all night” cram sessions as well as party late and “function” the next day. It has replaced a way of life; one that includes health and wellness, such as,…

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    this? It is a fact that energy drinks do give energy, but is it good for the human body? Energy drinks come in a tall cans with many different colors and a catchy slogans that grabs many teenagers attention. We see them all over the place like commercials, billboards, radio and even school cafeterias. They are known for helping you stay awake, give you an energy even on your worst day and even boost your mood. Energy drinks use many different substances in order keep their drinks effective in…

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    Energy drinks are packed full of sugars and caffeine to give you that ¨energy¨ feeling. People drink energy drinks all the time not thinking of what they are putting into their bodys. One energy drink is usually more than the suggested amount of sugar for a day and many people drink more than one in short periods of time. This becomes an issue because Americans are becoming obese.According to Guardian ¨ nearly 30% of kids under the age of twenty are obese¨ (para 9), this is a problem in the…

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    Not many people know the risks about consuming caffeine drinks and how harmful they could be to you. Energy drinks can cause things like headaches up to sudden death of caffeine overdoses. However, energy drinks can be beneficial to many people. The only problem with caffeine contained drinks is that there is a limited amount that you can consume. Rarely anyone knows about this facture which has impacted energy drinkers and teens who are most commonly using them. There have been surveys…

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