Last year members from our team here at Eastpointe Health & Fitness did a presentation at a local high school regarding exercise and nutrition for young adults participating in sports. A component of that presentation focused on energy drinks. Between 30% and 50% of children report consuming energy drinks. The marketing for these products targets both adults and young adults by promising positive affects on energy levels; but at what cost? Think before you drink and read on. If your energy is lacking, rather than band-aiding the problem take a closer look at lifestyle, eating and sleep habits before you indulge!
Click below to read the full article published in Calorie Count.