Energy drinks boost energy by using caffeine, taurine, vitamins, herbal supplements, sugar and sweeteners . Other lessen known ingredients in these drinks include gum arabic, pyridoxine hydrochloride, Inositol and Cyanocobalamin and about 16 other chemicals.
Only 80 mg to 215 mg per can are Caffeine in comparison to a 12-ounce Pike Place Roast Starbucks Coffee weighing in with 260 mg.
One study found that 30-50 percent of adolescents and young adults regularly drink energy drinks. Are these drinks encouraging are young people to become addicted to the “jolt” rather than building quality adrenal energy?
Stick to quality water to boost energy and mental clarity,