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  • Energy drink - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    An energy drink is a type of beverage containing stimulant drugs, chiefly caffeine,
    which is marketed as providing mental and physical stimulation. They may or ...

  • Energy Drinks | Brown University Health Education


    Energy drinks are beverages like Red Bull, Rock Star and Monster, which contain
    large doses of caffeine and other legal stimulants like guarana and ginseng.

  • Virtual Riot - Energy Drink [Electro House] - YouTube


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  • Energy drinks: Do they really boost energy? - Mayo Clinic


    Feb 11, 2015 ... Most energy drinks contain large amounts of caffeine, which can provide a
    temporary energy boost. Some energy drinks contain sugar and ...

  • NOS® Energy Drink | Official Site


    Find out more about the variety of energy drinks available and learn about the
    athletes on Team NOS. Do You Only Live NOS?

  • Red Bull Energy Drink - Energy Drink :: Red Bull USA


    Red Bull is a functional beverage providing various benefits. Red Bull
    EnergyDrink - Vitalizes Body & Mind®. Explore all Red Bull products.

  • Rockstar Energy Drink: Rockstar Energy Homepage


    Rockstar Energy Drink is designed for those who lead active lifestyles. Available
    in over 20 amazing flavors in over 30 countries.

  • XS® Energy Drinks - Amway


    All of the energy! None of the sugar! Provide a proprietary formula of herbs,
    vitamins, key amino acids, and folic acids. Contains no sugar, 0-2 g carbs, and
    only ...

  • Energy Drink - Sodastream


    SodaStream Soda Mix does not contain high-fructose corn syrup or aspartame
    and has 2/3 less sugar than store bought drinks. Each bottle makes 50 servings ...

  • How do energy drinks work? - HowStuffWorks


    Energy drinks are everywhere, but how exactly are they supposed to give you
    energy? What's really in them, and are they safe? Find out.