TOXIC PRODUCT

Monster Energy
Description of the product
•

This product called Monster Energy is
an energy drink that thousands of
people worldwide dri...
Characteristics of the product
•

This drink was invented and put on the
market, preferably as an energy drink
for athlete...
Where can you buy the toxic
product?
• In all establishments, starting with large stores such as
supermarkets, stores, kio...
When do you consume it?
How often do people consume the
toxic product?
•

Consumed at all hours of the day, there are even...
How the product was introduced
in the market/the society?
• This product was created in California, but
does not have much...
What are the advantages and
disadvantages of consuming the
product?
•

This product provides more exercise performance, ye...
Consequences of Monster
Energy

• Brain
hemorrhage
Who can get benefits of
consuming the product?

• Sportsman, businessman, shareholders.
Realizado por

Michele Pane Rebollo
2º S.R.
TOXIC FOOD
Product description:


Chewing gum is a substance packaged
for consumption by any human being,
chewing typically produces...
Product features:


May be red, pink, green, brown, orange,
blue, purple, black, white, yellow, or a
mixture of all.
All ...
Where can I find the product?


We fin this in many places: newsagents,
corner shops, supermarkets, bakeries,
and kiosks.
When consumed?


When you want to – have it at any time
of the day
How often do people consume
the product?


Very often, it´s something quick, cheap
disposable, entertaining for the mouth...
At what age is often consumed
the product?


It is very common in teenagers and
children.
As presented in the product
market society?


Launched on television advertising to
attract attention and they stuck post...
Why the product is so
successful?


Because it is easy to consume, cheap,
deadens the nerves, and is entertaining.
What are the advantages of the
product?
Benefits: Improves the concentration,
reduces acidity in the mouth, reduces
heartb...
Who can enjoy the advantages
and disadvantages of the
product?


Many people
TOXIC PRODUCT
The Actimel
ROCIO CUEVAS 2SR
DESCRIPTION AND
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE
PRODUCT
It is

a lacteal drink that serves to help
to regulate the intestinal flor...
WHERE CAN YOU BUY THE
TOXIC PRODUCT?
In supermarkets,

shops.

bakeries, and food
WHEN DO YOU CONSUME IT?
Normally for the

snack.

breakfast and as a
HOW OFTEN DO PEOPLE
CONSUME THE TOXIC
PRODUCT?
An

Actimel is good once a day.
AT WHAT AGE PEOPLE
CONSUME THE PRODUCT?
All the

ages can have it.
HOW THE PRODUCT WAS
INTRODUCED IN THE
MARKET/THE SOCIETY?
They

launched announcements in
television, radio, and advertis...
WHY THE PRODUCT IS SO
SUCCESSFUL?
Because

it is good to prevent diseases.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND
DISADVANTAGES OF CONSUMING THE
PRODUCT?
Advantages:

It helps the organism to

work better.
...
WHO CAN GET BENEFITS OF
CONSUMING THE PRODUCT?
The companies

and publicists.

that sell it, sponsors
PHOTOS
EIE - TOXIC PRODUCT

IVÁN GARCÍA
Red Bull is an energy drink that is marketed worldwide
with the slogan "gives you wings".
Red Bull has managed to arrive at almost 100
countries worldwide. The Red Bull brand is the
public youth and sportsmen, tw...
All drinks are based on the same formula but
with a different flavour, identified by the colour
of each product. These pro...
The composition of redbull is:
-Caffeine:
A 250ml tin of redbull energy drink contains 80mg of
caffeine (approx. A cup of ...
The toxic product which we are speaking about,
Red Bull, can be purchased at any shopping
centre and other supermarkets, g...
Red Bull’s known ingredients and everyone
knows that it helps improve concentration,
alertness, mental performance and con...
In society, as with everything in general, there are
different types of consumers.
On the one hand, we find people doing r...
Normally adolescents and adults would know the
implications for consuming the product,
The product can be purchased by any...
Inspired by the functional drinks Far East, Dietrich
Mateschitz founded Red Bull in the ‘80s. He created
the formula for R...
It is so successful because it creates a
stimulating effect which the body cannot produce
naturally, which attracts consum...
ADVANTAGES

1. It gives a lot of energy.
2. It allows you to be awake for more hours.
3. It takes away aches caused by col...
In terms of expansion, Red Bull continues its targets set
in the United States and Western Europe as well as in
growth mar...
Irene Lendinez Cerezo
Description of the product.  What are the advantages
and disadvantages of
 Characteristics of the
consuming the product?...




Coffee is a beverage prepared from
roasted beans of several species of the
Coffea shrub.
It is aromatic and its tast...
When brewed, its color is brown, and it is
usually served with sugar and milk so as
to counteract its bitterness.
 It con...
Coffee can be purchased at markets
and supermarkets for one's own
consumption.
 Places such as cafeterias, restaurants or...


There are even places dedicated
exclusively to serving coffee and coffeemade products (with milk, cream,
chocolate, liq...


People drink coffee for breakfast or in
the afternoon. In some countries they
even drink coffee at night.


People drink coffee on a daily basis,
between one and four coffees each day
on average. Coffee is the second most
comme...


The original native strain of coffee is
thought to have come from Ethiopia,
and it was first cultivated by Arabs from
t...


Today coffee is grown in a multitude of
countries around the world. Whether it is
Asia or Africa, Central or South Amer...
“The population needs something to keep it energized and awake
to work.”



Coffee makes a great pick-me-up:

Coffee cont...


Mineral Absorption, Your Kidneys and Coffee:

Heavy coffee drinkers may have difficulty getting enough minerals in
thei...


Heart and Blood Pressure Diseases:

For people with high blood pressure or high blood sugar levels, the
negative effect...


A cup of coffee is highly refreshing but one should never take
it in excessive amounts. Coffee is very high in caffeine...


Coffee May Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer's:
Not only can coffee make you smarter in the short term, it may also
protect ...


Coffee May Drastically Lower Your Risk of Type II
Diabetes:
Drinking coffee is associated with a drastically reduced ri...


Coffee exporting alone is a $20 billion dollar industry, mostly
consumed by industrialized nations while being produced...











http://ezinearticles.com/?Why-Coffee-Is-So-Popular&id=6520554
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/coffee-ing...


A white liquid that contains proteins, fats,
lactose, and various vitamins and
minerals.



Es un líquido blanco que c...


Milk is a matte white liquid that provides
calcium, vitamins A and D, fatty acids
and proteins to humans.



La leche ...


In all markets, or supermarkerts



En todos los mercados y supermercados


At breakfast time or at midnight every
day.



En la hora del desayuno o a media
noche todos los días


This kind of product can be consumed
every day.



Este tipo de producto puede ser
consumido todos los días.


Humans consume this product during all
our life.



Los humanos consumimos este producto
durante toda nuestra vida


All doctors have said and say that
drinking this product is good for us.



Todos los médicos decían y dicen que
beber...


Because it is very popular to drink milk
and it is an old tradition to drink it.



Porque es muy popular beber leche ...


The advantage is that in our childhood it is
good for our bones but the disadvantage is
that when we are adults drinkin...


The milk’s manufacturers, rich businesses
and supermarkets



Los productores de leche, las empresas
ricas y los super...


" Milk and dairy can cause cancer “: Harvard

According to a publication by the Harvard School of Public Health , milk ...


http://www.unisalud.es/sites/default/files
/blog/los_lacteos_20101.pdf



Written by: JOSE RAMON LOBO RICO



Neurodo...
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  1. 1. TOXIC PRODUCT Monster Energy
  2. 2. Description of the product • This product called Monster Energy is an energy drink that thousands of people worldwide drink every day. • But few of them really know what this drink is made of and what effect it actually produces in the body.
  3. 3. Characteristics of the product • This drink was invented and put on the market, preferably as an energy drink for athletes. Although not widely publicized in the media, it sponsors many sports and is well known. Not only athletes consume it but many people drink it as I do, as a soda. • This drink contains among many more things caffeine, taurine, and glucuronolactone. These three mixed elements can be fatal and one of them is not what the manufacturers say it is.
  4. 4. Where can you buy the toxic product? • In all establishments, starting with large stores such as supermarkets, stores, kiosks, and Chinese grocery stores.
  5. 5. When do you consume it? How often do people consume the toxic product? • Consumed at all hours of the day, there are even people who usually have it in the morning or as a soft drink. And the worst is that young people mix it with alcohol, which is much worse, as these drinks contain vitamin B12. This vitamin is injected into patients who have suffered so-called "comas" to reanimate them. • It is consumed by all ages because children always imitate older people and it has been demonstrated that these drinks do more harm to the youngest and those who have not yet fully developed.
  6. 6. How the product was introduced in the market/the society? • This product was created in California, but does not have much publicity in the media. It sponsors many sports, especially extreme ones, and is well recognized for it. This product was introduced in countries one after another and is now drunk in over 60 countries.
  7. 7. What are the advantages and disadvantages of consuming the product? • This product provides more exercise performance, yet getting this is detrimental to many other aspects such as liver, brain, or nervous system tumours. • Monster Energy and many more brands of energy drinks contain taurine, caffeine, glucuronolactone, and say they are not harmful to health ,and say that glucuronolactone is synthetically produced and is of high quality. • But the truth of this component is that it was invented by the U.S. Department of Defense in the ‘60s to encourage troops in the Vietnam War. I did not think about bad things and focus on the war without being afraid. Of those many soldiers died because of this chemical and others because of the glururonolactone diagnosed brain tumours, liver, and migraines.
  8. 8. Consequences of Monster Energy • Brain hemorrhage
  9. 9. Who can get benefits of consuming the product? • Sportsman, businessman, shareholders.
  10. 10. Realizado por Michele Pane Rebollo 2º S.R.
  11. 11. TOXIC FOOD
  12. 12. Product description:  Chewing gum is a substance packaged for consumption by any human being, chewing typically produces a clicking noise that is just unbearable for the mental health of every living thing in its area of influence.
  13. 13. Product features:  May be red, pink, green, brown, orange, blue, purple, black, white, yellow, or a mixture of all. All chewing gum has a doughy inside except for sometimes when it has a disgusting liquid core.
  14. 14. Where can I find the product?  We fin this in many places: newsagents, corner shops, supermarkets, bakeries, and kiosks.
  15. 15. When consumed?  When you want to – have it at any time of the day
  16. 16. How often do people consume the product?  Very often, it´s something quick, cheap disposable, entertaining for the mouth and widely used by young people.
  17. 17. At what age is often consumed the product?  It is very common in teenagers and children.
  18. 18. As presented in the product market society?  Launched on television advertising to attract attention and they stuck posters on the walls of the city to advertise the product
  19. 19. Why the product is so successful?  Because it is easy to consume, cheap, deadens the nerves, and is entertaining.
  20. 20. What are the advantages of the product? Benefits: Improves the concentration, reduces acidity in the mouth, reduces heartburn, combats stress and anxiety, helps to quit smoking, and produces nausea relief.  Disadvantages: Produces gastrointestinal disorders and weight loss, sore jaw, and various side effects of colouring and flavours 
  21. 21. Who can enjoy the advantages and disadvantages of the product?  Many people
  22. 22. TOXIC PRODUCT The Actimel ROCIO CUEVAS 2SR
  23. 23. DESCRIPTION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT It is a lacteal drink that serves to help to regulate the intestinal flora and to help yourself to restore the defenses and vitamins.
  24. 24. WHERE CAN YOU BUY THE TOXIC PRODUCT? In supermarkets, shops. bakeries, and food
  25. 25. WHEN DO YOU CONSUME IT? Normally for the snack. breakfast and as a
  26. 26. HOW OFTEN DO PEOPLE CONSUME THE TOXIC PRODUCT? An Actimel is good once a day.
  27. 27. AT WHAT AGE PEOPLE CONSUME THE PRODUCT? All the ages can have it.
  28. 28. HOW THE PRODUCT WAS INTRODUCED IN THE MARKET/THE SOCIETY? They launched announcements in television, radio, and advertising cartels.
  29. 29. WHY THE PRODUCT IS SO SUCCESSFUL? Because it is good to prevent diseases.
  30. 30. WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF CONSUMING THE PRODUCT? Advantages: It helps the organism to work better. Disadvantages: The intestine can become lazy if we consume too much.
  31. 31. WHO CAN GET BENEFITS OF CONSUMING THE PRODUCT? The companies and publicists. that sell it, sponsors
  32. 32. PHOTOS
  33. 33. EIE - TOXIC PRODUCT IVÁN GARCÍA
  34. 34. Red Bull is an energy drink that is marketed worldwide with the slogan "gives you wings".
  35. 35. Red Bull has managed to arrive at almost 100 countries worldwide. The Red Bull brand is the public youth and sportsmen, two attractive segments that have been captivated by the stimulus that the drink causes.
  36. 36. All drinks are based on the same formula but with a different flavour, identified by the colour of each product. These product variations are characterized by RedBull flavours of red fruits (red edition), blueberry (blue edition) and lime (silver edition).
  37. 37. The composition of redbull is: -Caffeine: A 250ml tin of redbull energy drink contains 80mg of caffeine (approx. A cup of coffee). -Taurine B-VITAMINS SUCROSE AND GLUCOSE ALPINE SPRING WATER
  38. 38. The toxic product which we are speaking about, Red Bull, can be purchased at any shopping centre and other supermarkets, grocery stores and corner shops.
  39. 39. Red Bull’s known ingredients and everyone knows that it helps improve concentration, alertness, mental performance and contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
  40. 40. In society, as with everything in general, there are different types of consumers. On the one hand, we find people doing responsible consumption of the product, who consume only occasionally when necessary eg in the presence of fatigue or tiredness. Fatigue disappears once the product is ingested.
  41. 41. Normally adolescents and adults would know the implications for consuming the product, The product can be purchased by any person of any age, there is no limit such as with alcohol and cigarettes.
  42. 42. Inspired by the functional drinks Far East, Dietrich Mateschitz founded Red Bull in the ‘80s. He created the formula for Red Bull Energy Drink and developed unique marketing concept of Red Bull. On April 1, 1987, Red Bull Energy Drink was sold for the first time in Austria, his home country. This was not only the launch of a completely new product, but the birth of a whole new product category - energy drinks. Today, Red Bull is in over 165 countries and more than 35,000 billion cans of Red Bull have been consumed so far.
  43. 43. It is so successful because it creates a stimulating effect which the body cannot produce naturally, which attracts consumers.
  44. 44. ADVANTAGES 1. It gives a lot of energy. 2. It allows you to be awake for more hours. 3. It takes away aches caused by colds. DISADVANTAGES 1. you a headache if you take it on an empty stomach, so it should take after eating and no more than 1 to 3 day or a week, or cardiac arrest occurs. 2. produces cardiovascular problems if you know not to take (containing ephedrine) 3. I never go to cross with any drug, or produces a nervous breakdown.
  45. 45. In terms of expansion, Red Bull continues its targets set in the United States and Western Europe as well as in growth markets such as Brazil, Japan, India and South Korea. As has become customary in Red Bull, growth and investment will be financed from operating cash flow. Red Bull is located in 165 countries around the world.
  46. 46. Irene Lendinez Cerezo
  47. 47. Description of the product.  What are the advantages and disadvantages of  Characteristics of the consuming the product? product.  Who can get benefits of  Where can you buy the consuming the product? toxic product?  When do you consume it?  Webgraph.  How often do people consume the toxic product?  How the product was introduced in the market/the society?  Why the product is so successful? 
  48. 48.   Coffee is a beverage prepared from roasted beans of several species of the Coffea shrub. It is aromatic and its taste is bitter.
  49. 49. When brewed, its color is brown, and it is usually served with sugar and milk so as to counteract its bitterness.  It contains caffeine, which is an addictive substance. 
  50. 50. Coffee can be purchased at markets and supermarkets for one's own consumption.  Places such as cafeterias, restaurants or bars offer coffee drinks already brewed. 
  51. 51.  There are even places dedicated exclusively to serving coffee and coffeemade products (with milk, cream, chocolate, liquor, ice cream, etc.)
  52. 52.  People drink coffee for breakfast or in the afternoon. In some countries they even drink coffee at night.
  53. 53.  People drink coffee on a daily basis, between one and four coffees each day on average. Coffee is the second most commercialized good in the world, second to petroleum.
  54. 54.  The original native strain of coffee is thought to have come from Ethiopia, and it was first cultivated by Arabs from the 14th century.
  55. 55.  Today coffee is grown in a multitude of countries around the world. Whether it is Asia or Africa, Central or South America, the islands of the Caribbean or Pacific, they can all trace their heritage to the trees in the ancient coffee forests on the Ethiopian plateau.
  56. 56. “The population needs something to keep it energized and awake to work.”  Coffee makes a great pick-me-up: Coffee contains caffeine, a mild stimulant that makes you more alert and energized. When taken in moderation, coffee clears your mind and improves concentration.  Coffee smells really good: The rich aroma wafting from a steaming cup is enough to make you crave for a sip.  Coffee tastes really good: When brewed perfectly, coffee leaves a distinctive taste on your tongue, just the right amount of bitterness and sweetness.
  57. 57.  Mineral Absorption, Your Kidneys and Coffee: Heavy coffee drinkers may have difficulty getting enough minerals in their diet, even if they eat mineral rich foods or take supplements. This is due to the way coffee affects iron absorption in your stomach and particularly your kidneys’ ability to retain calcium, zinc, magnesium and other important minerals.  Acrylamide in Coffee: Acrylamide is a potentially carcinogenic (cancer-causing) substance that forms when coffee beans are roasted at high temperatures. The darker the roast, the higher the levels of acrylamide are likely to be. In fact, coffee has been shown to be one of the major sources of this dangerous chemical in American diets.
  58. 58.  Heart and Blood Pressure Diseases: For people with high blood pressure or high blood sugar levels, the negative effects of caffeine should be understood. Caffeine can raise both these levels. Any type of heart problem can be affected by caffeine. The negative effect of caffeine in increasing heart rate can create problems for people with heart conditions, and in high doses, caffeine can induce irregular heartbeats in healthy people.  Ulcers, IBS and Acidity: Drinking coffee can also irritate the lining of the small intestine, potentially leading to abdominal spasms, cramps and elimination problems, often alternating between constipation and diarrhea. This condition is known as irritable bowel syndrome and more and more people are being diagnosed with it in recent years.
  59. 59.  A cup of coffee is highly refreshing but one should never take it in excessive amounts. Coffee is very high in caffeine and so drinking several cups of coffee in a day is dangerous for one’s health. The combination of caffeine and tannin, can also put a person in the risk zone of several diseases. For instance, the stimulating effect of coffee can cause sleep deprivation and disturb normal sleeping patterns. “Since the caffeine in coffee is addictive, you may experience withdrawal symptoms, such as severe headaches if you try to stop drinking regular coffee.”
  60. 60.  Coffee May Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer's: Not only can coffee make you smarter in the short term, it may also protect your brain in old age. Alzheimer's disease is the most common neurodegenerative disorder in the world and a leading cause of dementia. In prospective studies, coffee drinkers have up to a 60% lower risk of Alzheimer's and dementia.  Coffee is Loaded With Nutrients and Antioxidants: Coffee contains a decent amount of several vitamins and minerals. It is also the biggest source of antioxidants in the modern diet.
  61. 61.  Coffee May Drastically Lower Your Risk of Type II Diabetes: Drinking coffee is associated with a drastically reduced risk of type II diabetes. People who drink several cups per day are the least likely to become diabetic. “The recommendation for safe drinking levels is 500mg per day, less for those with heart conditions, elevated blood pressure, and pregnant women. The average cup of instant coffee contains between 80 and 100mg/cup. The stronger the coffee the more caffeine it contains.”
  62. 62.  Coffee exporting alone is a $20 billion dollar industry, mostly consumed by industrialized nations while being produced by the world's underclass.
  63. 63.         http://ezinearticles.com/?Why-Coffee-Is-So-Popular&id=6520554 http://www.buzzle.com/articles/coffee-ingredients.html http://www.healthambition.com/negative-effects-of-coffee/ http://www.livestrong.com/article/128501-negative-health-effectsdrinking-coffee/ http://www.wisegeek.org/what-are-the-negative-effects-ofcaffeine.htm http://www.topendsports.com/health/nutrition/caffeine.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/ http://www.pnf.org/coffeeedited041001.pdf
  64. 64.  A white liquid that contains proteins, fats, lactose, and various vitamins and minerals.  Es un líquido blanco que contiene proteínas, grasas, lactosa y varias vitaminas y minerales.
  65. 65.  Milk is a matte white liquid that provides calcium, vitamins A and D, fatty acids and proteins to humans.  La leche es un líquido de color blanco mate que aporta a los seres humanos calcio, vitaminas A y D, ácidos grasos y proteínas.
  66. 66.  In all markets, or supermarkerts  En todos los mercados y supermercados
  67. 67.  At breakfast time or at midnight every day.  En la hora del desayuno o a media noche todos los días
  68. 68.  This kind of product can be consumed every day.  Este tipo de producto puede ser consumido todos los días.
  69. 69.  Humans consume this product during all our life.  Los humanos consumimos este producto durante toda nuestra vida
  70. 70.  All doctors have said and say that drinking this product is good for us.  Todos los médicos decían y dicen que beber este producto es bueno para nosotros.
  71. 71.  Because it is very popular to drink milk and it is an old tradition to drink it.  Porque es muy popular beber leche y una antigua tradición beberla.
  72. 72.  The advantage is that in our childhood it is good for our bones but the disadvantage is that when we are adults drinking milk can be dangerous for us and our bones.  La ventaja es que en nuestra infancia es buena para nuestros huesos pero la desventaja es que cuando somos adultos beber leche es peligroso para nuestros huesos
  73. 73.  The milk’s manufacturers, rich businesses and supermarkets  Los productores de leche, las empresas ricas y los supermercados.
  74. 74.  " Milk and dairy can cause cancer “: Harvard According to a publication by the Harvard School of Public Health , milk and other dairy products should be eliminated from a healthy diet and replaced with water, preferably , as mentioned in your healthy eating guide called Healthy Eating Plate . Thus, nutrition experts and researchers from Harvard recommend eliminating milk and dairy from the diet because " high consumption significantly increases the risk of prostate and ovarian cancer " ; a recommendation also made by ​the USDA (Department of Agriculture of the United States ) to change the food pyramid. Besides cancer, other studies have linked the consumption of milk and dairy products with the risk of developing diseases and symptoms such as allergies , asthma , arthritis, fibromyalgia , constipation, conjunctivitis , obesity , diabetes and anemia, among others. http://www.salud180.com/salud-dia-dia/leche-y-lacteos-pueden-causarcancer-harvard
  75. 75.  http://www.unisalud.es/sites/default/files /blog/los_lacteos_20101.pdf  Written by: JOSE RAMON LOBO RICO  Neurodoctor.

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