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A Simple and Inexpensive Way to Make Your Own Sports Drinks
Pre-packaged drinks and gels have many convenience features, but it is quite easy and less expensive to make your own.
One Drink for Recovery and Energy - Minus the Chemicals
Formula O2 has a subtle flavor as well as a good dose of caffeine and electrolytes.
Energy Drinks Are Bad Juju for Kids
Energy drink consumption is risky for adolescents and you need to know why.
Study Puts Red Bull, Caffeine, and Taurine to the Test
Red Bull, caffeine, and taurine - which one works best? Or do they work at all?
Evidence Mounts Against Energy Drinks
One week energy drinks are an athlete's best friend, and the next week they're just a waste of money. A new study suggests they don't make a significant effect on performance.
New Study Suggests Energy Drinks Aren't All That Energizing
You might think that energy drink is making you faster and more energetic, but a new study begs to differ.
10 Caffeine Articles to Pore Over
How effective is caffeine as an aid to performance? Does it have other benefits or disadvantages? Here are ten articles to answer these questions, and others.
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Product Review: Amara Sports Drink
The creators of the Amara sports drink wanted to make a healthier, unprocessed version of an athletic drink. A drink that was a traditional sports drink, energy drink, and superfood drink.
Product Review: Kill Cliff Recovery Drinks
Finding a recovery drink that is convenient, tasty, and relatively healthy can be a challenge. I recently got to try two products by Kill Cliff and found they provide all three.
Science Says: Your Energy Drink Isn't Special
A lot of energy drinks claim to contain magic ingredients that boost performance.Do they really work? A recent study suggests the only real magic bullet is caffeine.
Energy Drinks: An Athlete's Friend or Foe?
Do you have a love/hate relationship with your energy drink? Love the boost it gives you, but not so sure about the ingredients. Here's some info on what's inside that little can of energy.
Red Bull vs. Straight Caffeine: Which Is Better?
You know you get a boost from caffeine, but are taurine and B-vitamins in your energy drink doing anything at all? Scientists tested Redbull to determine if those other ingredients help.
Science Says: Energy Drinks Really Do Work
There is no doubt that caffeine plays a role in increasing performance, but just how much does it really help? Recent research looked at different dosages and the scientifically measured benefits.
Energy Drinks and Performance: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Caffeine is the most widely used drug in the world. It’s cheap, legal, and socially acceptable. But what are the effects of energy drinks on our health and performance? Good or bad?
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