Energy Drinks Directory
Energy drinks are all the rage among not just athletes but also young adults. And hundreds of varieties are available. These drinks claim to make you more alert and boost your sports performance. But do they really work and, more importantly, are they safe? Some energy drinks have as much caffeine as five cups of coffee -- or 10 times as much as a can of cola. Many also contain large amounts of sugar. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of energy drinks, what's in them, which ones to stay away from, and much more.
Energy for Sale
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Energy Shots Review: Do They Work? Are They Safe?
WebMD investigates whether energy shots live up to their claims of boosting alertness and providing vitamins, and whether they're safe or even needed.
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Drink Up for Sports and Fitness
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We all know that when we work out, it's important to stay hydrated. WebMD looks at what to drink when you exercise.
Caffeine Shockers: Products Surprisingly High in Caffeine
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Meal Replacements: Choose Those Bars and Drinks Carefully
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