publicado em:21/11/19 3:31 PM por: Ruan Barbin TEXT IN ENGLISH

Hi peeps, Ruan over here.  

I’m really glad to be here once again updating our 303rd post at VPFI!

In focus: Summer soft drinks

FOR A QUICK PICKUP

It used to be that people would drink coffee or tea in the morning to pick them up and get them going for the day. Then cola drinks hit the market. With lots of caffeine and sugar; these beverages soon became the pick-me-up pf choice for many adults and teenagers. Now drink companies are putting out so-called “energy drinks”. These beverages have the specific aim of giving tired consumers more energy.

One example of a popular energy drink is Red Bull. The company that puts out this beverage has stated in interviews that Red Bull is not a thirst quencher. Nor is it meant to be fluid replacement drink for athletes. Instead, the beverage is meant to revitallize a tired consumer’s body and mind. In orderto do this, the markers of Red Bull, and other energy drinks, typically add vitamins and certain chemicals to their beverages. The added chamicals are like chamicals that the body naturally produces for energy. The vitamins, chemicals, caffeine, and sugar found in these beverages all seem like sure bet to give a person energy.

Healthy professionals are not sure, though. For one thing, there is not enough evidence to show that all of the vitamins added to energy drinks actually raise a person’s energy level. Another problem is that there are so many things in the bevegares. Nobody knows for sure how all of the ingredients in energy drinks work together.

Dr.Brent Bauer, one of the directors at the Mayo Clinic in the US, cautions people about believing all the claims energy drinks make. He says, “It is plausible if you put these twelve things together, you will get a good result”. However , Dr. Bauer adds the mix of ingredients could also have a negative impact on the body. “We just don’t know at this point”, he says.





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