Sunday, September 05, 2010


Energy drinks boost your metabolism for better athletic performance in your favorite outdoor sports activities.

Commercial energy drinks contain sugar, caffeine and sometimes various mystery ingredients such as ephedrine, taurine, ginseng, B-vitamins, guarana seed, carnitine, creatine, inositol, ginkgo biloba (How do energy drinks work? - TLC Cooking)(Truth About Energy Drinks - squidoo) and choline (Home made energy drinks - Jim Ley). I have lots of experience on how sugar and caffeine affect my body. I'm not so sure about consuming these pharmaceuticals and exotic herbs because their energy effects are not so clear and their dosage vs. toxicity effects are not so well studied.

Energy drinks: Do they really give me energy? - MayoClinic.
Energy Drinks: Hazardous to Your Health? - Web MD.

A multitude of energy drink brands and flavors have recently appeared in our stores. Please add a comment to describe your favorite energy drink, the effects it has on your body and how you use it before, during or after strenuous activities.

More about:
PowerT Hydration Juice - energy-sports drink - healthy DIY recipe - BRT Insights.
Athletes need Good Hydration for Optimum Sports Performance - BRT Insights.
Sports Drinks for Hydration of Outdoor Adventurers - BRT Insights.
Food & Drink for Outdoor Activities - BRT Insights.

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