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Sports and Energy Drinks

Whoa, Red Bull Has Some Surprising Mental Health Benefits

While energy drinks like Red Bull often get a ‘bad rap’ when it comes to your health they may actually help curb some pretty i...
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What Are the Benefits of Gatorade?

Gatorade had its beginnings in 1965 at the University of Florida, home of the Gators sports teams. Athletes at the school continua...
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Is Muscle Milk Safe for Children?

Muscle Milk, by CytoSport, is a supplement that promotes fat loss and helps in building lean muscle. It provides the body with ess...
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Sugar Free Red Bull Side Effects

Red Bull Sugar Free is an energy drink that contains all the ingredients of the original Red Bull except sugar, which is replaced ...
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Dangers of Monster Energy Drinks

Monster Energy Drinks are among the most popular drinks of a growing market of energy drinks. According to MonsterEnergy.com, Mons...
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XS Energy Drink Facts

If you need a perky dose of caffeine but don't want a traditional coffee, you could turn to an energy drink. The XS Energy Dri...
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How Much Caffeine Is in a Monster Energy Drink?

Monster Energy is owned by the Hansen Natural Corporation, and their beverages first hit the market in 2002. In a surprising contr...
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Shocking Facts About Energy Drinks

Energy drinks are everywhere on college campuses. If you're one of the many students who quaffs them in an effort to study lat...
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List of Ingredients in Gatorade

Whether you participate in sports or simply exercise for recreation, you are familiar with sports drinks. Sports drinks provide en...
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Are the Electrolytes in Gatorade Harmful to Children?

The sports drink Gatorade contains electrolytes designed to help prevent dehydration in serious athletes. Kids often enjoy the swe...
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