Tag: energy boosting
Are Energy Drinks Bad for You? 3 Things You Need to Know About Monster, Red Bull, and Other Energy Drinks
Before you reach for a case of Monster energy drinks, consider this: Are energy drinks bad for you? A growing number of studies are finding that products like Monster, Red Bull, and 5-Hour Energy can result in a variety of health dangers without offering any unique benefits.
The extreme acidity
Convenient Calories Linked to Extra Weight
That old joke about being on the “See-Food Diet” (“I see food… and I eat it”) is no laughing matter, according to new research at Cornell University. Brian Wansink, PhD, and colleagues studied 210 kitchens and the women who use them. Writing in the journal
You’re feeling spent, listless, and/or exhausted after work almost every day—and even the next morning. You can’t seem to break out of the pattern of getting through the day and collapsing into bed at night. You want some zip back in your step… but how? To improve energy levels throughout
There’s no shortage of drinks, foods, and supplements promising a quick burst of energy. Problem is most give you a jolt and follow with an energy crash. An occasional extra cup of coffee may not be harmful, but if you’re constantly reaching for a sudden energy boost, it’s time to
There’s no shortage of drinks, foods, and supplements promising a quick burst of energy. Problem is most will give you a jolt and follow with an energy crash. While an occasional extra cup of coffee may not be harmful, if you’re constantly reaching for an energy boost, it’s time to
Energy drinks like red bull are dangerous for many reasons, a major one being that they raise blood pressure significantly.
The Disturbing Dangers of Energy Drinks and Energy Drink Addiction: What to Know About 5 Hour Energy
Do you have an energy drink addiction? How about your teen? If you guzzle energy drinks, you could be taking HUGE health risks. Learn why every consumer – and every parent – needs to know about the dangers of energy drinks!
Do you often find yourself chugging coffee in the mid-morning, hoping to find the energy to propel you to lunch—only to find yourself dragging an hour after your mid-day meal? It’s all too common in this fast-paced world to feel low on energy. Anyone who has experienced that “depleted” feeling
The herb St. John’s wort has a 2,000-year tradition of use for depression, pain, and insomnia. It started to become popular in the late 1990s, when studies showed the herb worked as well as antidepressants (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs) at treating mild-to-moderate depression. St. John’s wort also had