4 thoughts on “Friends with the Monster (energy)?

  • To clarify my stance on this subject – I agree that minors are at risk for over-consuming caffeine. That said, I highly encourage all parents to teach their children to read labels – read labels as if you’ve got a deadly nut allergy. Parents need to lead by example and read labels themselves, and not just for caffeine, but for sugars, fats, etc. My sole concern with most energy drink news stories is that by painting all energy drinks as dangerous, it breeds defiance (especially in teens). They’ll consume an energy drink, think, “See, you were wrong – I’m fine” and the warnings lose credibility. Learning how to read a label and knowing how much caffeine is too much is the key to consumer safety.ο»Ώ

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