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Energy drinks are designed to give the consumer a temporary energy boost. They often contain caffeine, stimulants, herbal supplements, or high amounts of sugar. Their use is often controversial, but many people still swear by them. Sports drinks are beverages intended to replace water, electrolytes and energy lost while performing sports or in training. They are thought to give energy and improve sports performance.

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Do energy drinks reduce sperm counts?

No it does not. It's a false rumor.
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Can energy drinks help you study for a test?

Everybody is different so for some energy drinks help the brain wake up. In other cases it energizes the person to much that they can't concentrate. I personally cannot focus after drinking an energy drink as I feel hyper. ...
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How can Coca-Cola be harmful to your stomach?

The caffeine could slightly burn your stomach or put like a rash or a cut. ...
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Does Gatorade eat the lining of your stomach?

well theres no chemicals in gatorade that do anything near that..so, no. but it does have a lot of sodium which you should definitely limit. ...
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What amendment says adults purchase and consume alcoholic beverages?

The 21st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution repealed alcohol prohibition; there is no federal amendment that restricts purchase or consumption of alcohol to "adults". That is generally regulated by state law. ...
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Does taurine contain bull sperm?

Taurine, or 2-aminoethanesulfonic acid, is an organic acid. It is also a major constituent of bile and can be found in the lower intestine and, in small amounts, in the tissues of many animals, including humans. Taurine is named after the Latin Taurus, which means bull or ox, as it was first isolated from ox bile in 1827 by German scientists Friedrich Tiedemann and Leopold Gmelin. Bull sperm is made up of different substances, including the acid Taurine. Taurine that we find in...
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Is Gatorade a energy drink?

You can consider it an energy, personally I don't consider it an energy drink. It has electrolytes (which does energize you), and a lot of carbohydrates. The carbohydrates also add energy, but they are mainly for your muscle development. It is a quick and low burst of energy to keep you alert and hydrated during high motion or calorie burning activities. If you drink it while not doing anything, it will make you hyper and it will cause an increase in weight...
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How much Gatorade is safe to drink in one day?

Read the label. I don't believe that it's unsafe to drink more than one but rather unhealthy. ...
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Where can you buy pre-sk8 energy drink?

HockeyHobo.com has it.
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Can dogs die from energy drinks?

YES! NEVER allow it near ANY dogs! I could stop their heart and they could really die. ...
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Are sobe adrenaline rush energy drinks safe to drink?

Well they are like energy drinks with the same heart risks as Monster, Rock star or any others but the risks are less probable to happen. But they are very dangerous to kids because they have harmful ingredients like Ginseng and Gorana. ...
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Can you drink energy drinks with phentermine?

Hey, they don't need to drink that.
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How do energy drinks help plants grow better?

No, they will probably kill the plant.
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Does energy drinks have bull sperm in them?

No energy drinks do not have bull sperm in them. But they do contain one molecule called Taurine, which was first found in the bile from a bull. The stuff that's used in energy drinks is all artificially made though. ...
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How do energy drinks effect plant growth?

I believe that the plant will not grow bacause it has no chemicals.
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What kind of energy drink would kill sperm?

The only energy drink that ive seen guaranteed to is "four loko" but that's been banned. though there are certain things that you might also do that reduce your sperm count such as: 1. having your cell phone in your front pocket 2. using a laptop 3. briefs ...
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Where does the sports drink Gatorade come from?

Gatorade was developed in the 1960's by researchers at the University of Florida. Researchers were working on a beverage that could replace fluids that athletes lose while playing. They named it Gatorade after the University of Florida's football team the "Gators". ...
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Is the energy drink Power Up still being made?

Yes It is for sale on Ebay as of May 24th 2007. Ebay ad says that it isexclusive to the Nintendo store in New York. So they are reselling it on Ebay 3.99 a can and 3.99 shipping and handling. ...
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Do energy drinks kill goldfish?

Absolutely they do. Your goldfish does not want to drink or swim in your energy drink. they are for humans. ...
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Should you drink water or Gatorade while playing sports?

It depends on the type of sport you're playing, and the weather conditions. On a very hot day where the heat index is at a dangerous level, and where you are sweating well above normal, Gatorade might be a decent choice. Sports involving padding/helmets and hot weather certainly warrant consideration of Gatorade. The idea of Gatorade hydrating you any better than water is a complete myth. Gatorade contains electrolytes, which water doesn't, to help aid your basic muscular functions in extreme conditions. But...