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    need of harsh regulations on energy drinks. Energy drinks are a plague on American citizens. The use of these energy drinks is very prevalent in the hyper-competitive nature of our country's society. Most drinkers of energy drinks are using them to gain an edge on everyone, while facing negative long-term and short-term health effects. According to the World Health Organization, "Energy drinks pose a grave danger to public health." With the ease of access to energy drinks and the extremely…

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    PERSUASIVE SPEECH(Draft) TITLE:Why Energy Drink Is Bad for You? Good morning to my fellow lecturer and friends.Before I start my speech I'm very sure many of you who like to drink energy drinks especially boys.I am sure most of you think that energy drinks can boost energy but when I am doing some research they are actually can be very dangerous for your health.That is why I strongly agree that all of you should avoid and stop consume energy drinks.There are three good reasons to support my…

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    It is often up to debate as to whether coffee or energy drinks are better beverages. Caffeine is the source of energy in these drinks. Many people use this well-known stimulant to go about their day, as many of them are often sluggish or tired at one point in the day or another. As to if one is better than the other, there is not clear victor. However, there are similarities and differences to these two popular beverages. They are often thought to be similar in their function, but they can be…

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    Monster Energy Drink was launched by Hansen Beverage Company. Their slogan “Unleash the Beast” means if you drink Monster Energy, you are capable of anything. “Energy drinks are defined as soft drinks with energy-enhancing properties; mainly carbonated and containing stimulants such as caffeine, taurine, guarana, glucuronolactone, yerba mate, along with glucose syrup (corn syrup) and maltodextrin.” (MarketLine, 2016, p. 35) Before game time, many athletes believe drinking an energy drink will…

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    ampenergy.com ampenergy.com Amp is a beloved energy drink across the world, but you would be right to have some reservations about consuming a drink with such confusing and infamous ingredients. Energy drinks are huge in the bustling modern day, and we have come to give you the scoop on everything you need to know about this beverage brand! Number Six: Amp Energy Emerges Though most people don’t know, Amp is a product of the soft drink big boss, PepsiCo. The beverage was launched back in 2001,…

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    authors of Health Effects of Energy Drinks on Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults, “Energy drinks are consumed by 30% to 50% of adolescents and young adults.” This has lead to many adolescents to the path of obesity because of the excessive amount of energy drinks kids have.(Cavadini C, Siga-Riz AM, Popkin BM. U. S. adolescent food intake trends from 1965 to 1996. Arch Dis Child 2000;83) Recently the small country of Lithuania has banned the sale of energy drinks, like Redbull and Monster,…

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    dizziness. These are just a hand-full of side effects (not on the side of these drinks) that can occur when consuming this much caffeine. 5-Hour Energy claims you will get “no crash” with their small shot (2 fluid ounces) containing roughly 200 milligrams of caffeine. Even though they claim no crash, this only means no “sugar crash” because of the use of artificial sweeteners. There have been 13 reported deaths from this drink in just the past 6 years. In most cases this was due to heart…

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    Outline: The Effects of Caffeine and Energy Drinks on the Human Body THESIS: Exploring the real effects of caffeine and energy drink on the human body. Coffee has thought to cause major health risks, but recently researches have proven the contrary. In the other hand, energy drinks are thought to be unhealthy, but the real health risks are not well known. i. The health risks and health benefits of caffeine, what it is, and the effects a. Lowers risks of strokes, heart-failure, type 2 diabetes,…

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    Energy Drinks - A Threat to Public Health? Are ALL energy drinks a "threat to public health" as a recent Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) commentary suggests? Or is it just the ones with excessively high levels of caffeine? From the point of view of one of the millions of people worldwide who enjoy energy beverages, I am concerned that the public and our government regulatory agencies may be tempted to incorrectly label ALL energy drinks as dangerous, just because some people…

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    caffeine cannot be good for you. Two main products that contain caffeine are coffee and energy drinks. When it comes to both of these things people can argue on how one is better than the other or how they’re both bad for you. There are statistics to prove both of these sides to be correct. There are many similarities between coffee and energy drinks; however, when it comes to differences, the health risks of energy drinks outweigh coffee. Caffeine is an ingredient in coffee, and many people…

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