High Levels Of Caffeine In Energy Drinks Could Be Dangerous

According to media outlets, recent reports of people having adverse reactions as a result of too much caffeine intake have prompted federal agents and safety advocates to finally urge consumers to learn more about the risks associated with the consumption of high dosages of caffeine.

The energy beverage industry has been linked to several cases of fatalities recently and some are blaming the companies and their race to make beverages with higher levels of caffeine than their competitors.

Certain energy beverages may release 60 milligrams of caffeine in one sip, which is the equivalent of a six-ounce cup of coffee. Multiply that by 18 servings and you will get 1,060 milligrams of caffeine in a bottle; more than what’s healthy.

Some countries have already started to regulate energy drinks by showing consumers just how dangerous it could be for a child your elderly consumer to be exposed to a high dosage of caffeine.

For more on this story and how you can keep your loved ones safe from the dangers of a high levels of intake of caffeine, click here for the full article.

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