Are there any graphs to show the ages of the condumers of energy drinks?
What were the three most common alcoholic drinks in the middle ages and what regions were these drinks consumed?
Starbucks drinks are not really dangerous; it's just that most of them contain high doses of caffeine. Not every parent wants their kids to drink caffeinated drinks because these drinks are not necessarily good for a growing young person's health. But some Starbucks drinks do not contain much caffeine, or you can get them made with decaffeinated coffee. Many people of all ages like the Frappuccino, which comes in such flavors as caramel, mocha, coffee…
Wealthy people of the middle ages drank wine, mulled wine, cider, beer of different kinds, and mead. The varieties of these drinks were very numerous. For example the different kinds of mead included braggot, cyser, pyment, hypocras, metheglin, melomel, and probably a bunch of others I cannot think of offhand. Seasonings for mulling cider and wine varied enormously, as did the seasonings for beer.
Yes. Ice Ages are real, and have happened fairly often in Earth's history, including nine "major" ice ages and scores of "minor" ones in the past 800,000 years. The most recent minor ice age lasted from about 1350 to about 1850. You can see graphs of the major events and some of the minor ones at the linked site about Greenland.
Middle Ages Drink The people of the Middle Ages enjoyed to drink, and as water was often unclean, it was a necessity. The poor drank ale, mead or cider and the rich were able to drink many different types of wines. Beer is not only one of the oldest fermenting beverages used by man, but it is also the one which was most in vogue in the Middle Ages.
1st Answer: None. Beer, wine and ales were one of the few drinks that people could drink. The water was bad in most places. 2nd Answer: Muslim law forbade the use of alcoholic drinks of any kind, so Muslim countries had laws against them. In Europe, these included various countries in Muslim Spain from 711 to 1492, but also various countries in Sicily and Italy, along with the Ottoman Empire, who had much or all…
Through out the week from 11-3, the price for adults is $6.99 plus tax for evenings and weekends it is $9.49 plus tax. For seniors their is a one dollar discount on both prices. For children ages 3-6 the price is $4.49 for ages 7-12 the price is $5.99. These prices do not include the unlimited soft drinks. Those are an additional $1.79 per drink.
Definition: flux: A measure of the amount of energy given off by an astronomical object over a fixed amount of time and area. Because the energy is measured per time and area, flux measurements make it easy for astronomers to compare the relative energy output of objects with very different sizes or ages
Middle Ages end close to the end of the 16th. cent., which is just about when writing and reliable records of that writing begin. Statistics are much more complicated than speech, so I'd have to say that such stats would have begun, if they even did, long after any battle axes were used...much. Sorry, interesting Q.
I am not sure the Church was "hard" during the Middle Ages. The Church spent a lot of energy providing for the sick and poor, giving people refuge, representing the needs of the poor to the kings, and protecting people. There is a link below to a related question, "What was the role of the Church in the Middle Ages?"
Soft drinks have emerged as one of the most significant dietary sources of tooth decay, affecting people of all ages. Acids and acidic sugar byproducts in soft drinks soften tooth enamel, contributing to the formation of cavities. In extreme cases, softer enamel combined with improper brushing, grinding of the teeth or other conditions can lead to tooth loss. Sugar-free drinks, which account for only 14 percent of all soft drink consumption, are less harmful1. However…
There were two times called Dark Ages associated with Greece. The first was the Greek Dark Ages, which lasted from 1200 to 800 BC. The other was a period in the Early Middle Ages lasting from about 630 to 800 AD. This is a time in the Early Middle Ages, or Dark Ages, that is sometimes referred to as the Byzantine Dark Ages.