Pop Quiz -- 5 Qs on Energy Drinks

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Test your caffeine IQ! Pop Quiz -- 5 questions about energy drinks. More quizzes and contests at GreenEyedGuide.com

Test your caffeine IQ! Pop Quiz -- 5 questions about energy drinks. More quizzes and contests at GreenEyedGuide.com

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  • 1. Pop Quiz – Energy Drinks Test Your Caffeine IQ GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 2. Q#1: What is the most common energy drink ingredient? A) Taurine C) Caffeine B) Vitamin B6 D) Vitamin B12 GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 3. A) Taurine B) Vitamin B6 C) Caffeine D) Vitamin B12 GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5 Q#1: What is the most common energy drink ingredient?
  • 4. GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5 Q#1: What is the most common energy drink ingredient? SOURCE: http://www.caffeineinformer.com/energy-drink-ingredients
  • 5. Pop 5 GreenEyedGuide.com Q#2: Which has more caffeine? Red Bull V8 V-Fusion + Energy Starbucks Tall Mocha
  • 6. Pop 5 GreenEyedGuide.com Q#2: Which has more caffeine? 80 mg / 8oz 80 mg / 8oz 90 mg / 8oz
  • 7. Q#3: Which is a natural source of caffeine? A) Guarana B) Green Coffee Extract C) Green Tea D) Yerba Mate GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 8. Q#3: Which is a natural source of caffeine? A) Guarana B) Green Coffee Extract C) Green Tea D) Yerba Mate All of the above! (Freebie) • Trick question and reminder of the growing prevalence of “natural” on labels GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 9. Q#3: Which is a natural source of caffeine? • Quality and composition of the caffeine source are as important as the concentration of caffeine Example: Guarana seeds contain 4-6% caffeine – more than any other plant – but what is the risk of ingredient adulteration? Does the guarana manufacturer have food safety and quality controls in place? These are questions ALL food and supplement manufacturers must answer for themselves. GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 10. Q#4: Where does malic acid come from? A) Fruits C) Meats B) Vegetables D) Dairy GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 11. Q#4: Where does malic acid come from? A) Fruits C) Meats B) Vegetables D) Dairy GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 12. Q#4: Where does malic acid come from? • Malic acid gets its name from mālum, the Latin word for apple, which is the fruit from which it was first isolated. GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 13. Q#5: Which energy drink ingredient has been used to treat severe liver damage? A) Taurine C) Milk Thistle B) Ginkgo Biloba D) Quercetin GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 14. Q#5: Which energy drink ingredient has been used to treat severe liver damage? A) Taurine C) Milk Thistle B) Ginkgo Biloba D) Quercetin GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5
  • 15. GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5 Q#5: Which energy drink ingredient has been used to treat severe liver damage? http://blogusscientificus.blogspot.com/2012/05/mycotoxicology-smackdown-death-cap.html ALSO: Jacobs B.P., C. Dennehy, G. Ramirez, J. Sapp, and V.A. Lawrence. 2002 Milk thistle for the treatment of liver disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of Medicine113(6):506-515
  • 16. How’d you do? Share your results and challenge your friends! This quiz was inspired by contents of the book Are You a Monster or a Rock Star: A Guide to Energy Drinks GreenEyedGuide.com Pop 5