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    Caffeine will give you energy and boost your mood because that’s what it’s known for. It will meet your needs whenever you lack of energy. Surprisingly Taurine has a good part to it also. According to Mayo Clinic, “Taurine is an amino acid that supports neurological development and helps regulate the level of water and mineral salts in the blood. Taurine is also thought to have antioxidant properties.” Even though Guarana has bad side effects similar to caffeine but in the other hand, it has good effects to the human body also. According to Wong, Cathy, “Guaraná is reputed to be a stimulant and increase mental alertness, fight fatigue, and increase stamina and physical endurance.” These substances are good for the human body if used in the right…

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    stimulant, I’m going to focus solely on two of the most popular; coffee and energy drinks. Both coffee and energy drinks differ in ingredients, accessibility, and consumers but they both cause similar health effects. To begin, have you ever looked at the ingredient label on an energy drink? I’m sure you’ve seen a few questionable factors. Referring to these popular drinks, "They contain, in differing amounts, ingredients such as vitamin B, taurine, guarana, yerba mate, acai, ginseng,…

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    It can be purchased in hot beverages like coffee or tea, cold beverages like soda and energy drinks, foods such as chocolate, and even in pill and powder form. These products contain a large range of caffeine content. Red Bull contains 83 milligrams of caffeine per 8.4 ounces. Other brands of energy drinks, such as Full Throttle have a caffeine content of 210 milligrams per 8 ounces. (DeNoon, Daniel J. "How Much Caffeine Is in Your Energy Drink?" WebMD) While the amount of pure caffeine might…

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    The crisis of kids drinking energy drinks is an issue that is small but contributes to the issue more and more as time is going on. Having an energy drink has become a social norm with so many people starting to drink them. This is also leading to more kids drinking these types of drinks when they are young enough that should not need that energy boost. Having kids think that they are going to need the boost to get through the day because they are falling asleep in school is an issue that needs…

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    (2010) contend that leadership training such as transformational leadership training is effective. The purpose of this paper is to explore the importance of the follower in the leadership equation. In addition, the effects of transformational, leader-follower exchange and servant leadership on follower engagement and organizational citizenship will be discussed. The overarching thesis is to demonstrate that regardless of the leadership style employed, a leader must have followership support to…

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    You may have seen the Amp energy drink logo sported on Dale Earnhardt’s No. 88 racecar, or sponsoring the World Extreme Cagefighting series and the “Amp Energy 500” on the Talladega Speedway. Number Two: Caffeine Levels With the combination of guarana and added caffeine, this beverage offers the same amount of caffeine as about three average cups of coffee. While this may seem high, it is not as high as many of the other energy drink options you will see on the shelf. However, these intense…

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    On the other hand, when the planaria interact with sugars and caffeine, the caffeine produces noticeable, unimportant changes in the drive of the planaria (Moustakas et al 2014). This contrasts from the variety of affects the planaria display when being tested by drugs such as nicotine and cocaine. The effects from the caffeine are mostly subtle, such as increased motor activity. The planaria show increased activity after being dosed from the caffeine for a regulated amount of time, e.g. 1…

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    energy (Jill Corleone, 2015). B vitamins are helpers in hundreds of chemical reactions which convert food and nutrients ingested into ATP, the basic form of energy for body cells. An increase in B vitamins will not increase energy: when the body reaches the highest available level for each type of B vitamin, the excess is expelled in human urine. Deficiency is unlikely if a healthy diet is eaten (Monica Reinagel, 2011). Even so, the body can only absorb a maximum amount at one time, and the body…

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    Energy Drinks Case Study

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    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Rationale Energy drinks were maufactured for the purpose of providing mental and physical stimulation for a short period of time. They are specially formulated for people who needs extra energy and are looking for a temporary mental and physical booster in order to get through day to day's activity. Energy drinks sprung in the global market wayback 1997 with Red Bull being the very first product that hit the market. Energy drinks contain different ingredients such as…

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    it is thought that when your body is under stressful conditions it doesn’t produce enough of it, and many people take the energy drinks when they need to get something done urgent, which is normally under stress. Also Studies have shown that taurine can help lower cholesterol, increase the effectiveness of heart muscle contractions, and improve blood flow and oxygen supply to heart cells. Last but not least, even though I did not put it in the list above because is not used in all of the energy…

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