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Energy drinks may change heart rate

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  • MaureenABA posted at 11:31 am on Mon, Dec 9, 2013.

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    This study has not been peer-reviewed or published and leaps to sensationalist conclusions, as independent sources have pointed out: http://onforb.es/1cOwi61. The fact is most mainstream energy drinks have about half the amount of caffeine as a similar size cup of coffeehouse coffee. Furthermore, caffeine is a safe ingredient, and energy drinks have been consumed safely for nearly three decades around the world.

     

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