Moderation is Key. Too much of anything can potentially be dangerous, so moderation is recommended when consuming energy drinks as well. Caffeine (trimethylxanthine) and other ingredients in these beverages are drugs and should be respected. To reduce the potential energy drink dangers education is key.
Are any toxic effects associated with the caffeine contained in energy drinks?. 400 mg/day, or about two or three cups of coffee, is generally considered safe.
The recent reports that the FDA is looking into five deaths possibly related to Monster Energy Drinks and the new wrongful death suit recently made against the .
Shirin Ghaffary weighs the potential health risks of drinking energy drinks, and compares them to other sugary.
Energy drinks like Red Bull, Monster, Rockstar and 5-Hour Energy shots are heavily marketed toward young people. However, are they safe?
While drinking 20 cans of an energy drink a day is unusual, not to mention expensive, questions as to the safety of the drinks have been swirling since the .
Energy drinks can have anywhere from 50 mg to more than 200 mg of caffeine per can. One energy drink could have more caffeine than the maximum safe daily