Energy drinks

Duncan, Andy
October 2008
Overdrive;Oct2008, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p58
Trade Publication
The article highlights the function of the contents found in a 16-ounce energy drink Full Throttle from Coca-Cola Co. The said products is contained with 144 milligrams of caffeine, 1,210 mg of taurine and 166 mg of sodium. The caffeine is said to be a central nervous system stimulant. Likewise, taurine performs some useful body functions, but there is no scientific evidence that it increases human's energy. Moreover, it says that the 166 mg of sodium is six percent of an adult's needs.


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