Sometimes you can feel tired and unmotivated…
… and want some quick energy in a can…
Don’t be fooled into thinking that all those
energy drinks you see are harmless!
A clinical report from the American
Academy of Pediatrics warns that
energy drinks, sports drinks, and any
drinks with caffeine should be off
limits to children and teenagers.
Energy drinks typically
contain caffeine and other
which can lead to…
drinks for many
Although the US Food
and Drug Administration
(FDA) limits caffeine
A teenager died from content in soft drinks,
caffeine toxicity after which are categorized as
food, there is no such
drinking two 24 oz.
regulation of energy
drinks, which are
classified as dietary
Surveys show that 30% to 50% of teens and young adults
consume energy drinks on a regular basis to boost their
energy, concentration, and athletic performance.
drink has 500
5 cups of
A popular “RED” Drink
(48.5 g sugar/11 fl. oz.) =
the sugar in 24 Dunkin’
Donuts plain cake
A typical 16
50 to 60
12.5 to 15
What are some Healthy
Alternatives to Energy Drinks?
Get enough protein Sixty percent of women do not get
enough protein in their diets and that is often the
number-one reason for fatigue. Protein Shakes can help.
Sleep more Plan your life around your sleep
schedule to get as much sleep as possible.
Drink water We all need to consume a minimum of eight
glasses of water daily to hydrate our bodies. If we are
even a little dehydrated, our metabolism can slow down
up to 3%.
More ideas to give your
diet a boost…
GREEN TEA increases energy
expenditure and fat oxidation. Get more
energy and look great at the same time!
There are so
ways to keep