Tag Archives: energy drinks
In the recent past, FoodFacts.com has devoted blog posts to the growing concerns surrounding energy drinks and how they affect our health. There have been concerning reports linking energy drink consumption to deaths and hospitalizations. And those reports have been … Continue reading
FoodFacts.com has done more than a few blog posts recently regarding the dangers inherent in energy drinks. Many of the energy drinks being marketed today are labeled as dietary supplements, not beverages. Because of this, the requirements for their labeling … Continue reading
Foodfacts.com aims to educate consumers on different ingredients, products, and health-related conditions. As previously mentioned in our blogs, food companies have been using more creative marketing strategies to drive teenagers and younger children to purchase their products. A major trend … Continue reading
In yesterday’s blog post, we provided an overview of the entire issue of energy drinks and their perceived benefits and disadvantages. Here at Foodfacts.com, we have been wondering: what happens when energy drinks are combined with alcohol?
Foodfacts.com cautions consumers to be aware that, since the early 1990’s, energy drinks and alcohol pop drinks (alcopops) have proliferated and become a permanent fixture in our culture.