Performance outcomes and unwanted side effects associated with energy drinks.

  title={Performance outcomes and unwanted side effects associated with energy drinks.},
  author={Ricardo Mora-Rodriguez and Jes{\'u}s G Pallar{\'e}s},
  journal={Nutrition reviews},
  volume={72 Suppl 1},
Energy drinks are increasingly popular among athletes and others. Advertising for these products typically features images conjuring great muscle power and endurance; however, the scientific literature provides sparse evidence for an ergogenic role of energy drinks. Although the composition of energy drinks varies, most contain caffeine; carbohydrates, amino acids, herbs, and vitamins are other typical ingredients. This report analyzes the effects of energy drink ingredients on prolonged… CONTINUE READING
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