March 01, 2012You see them everywhere, small bottles of 'energy boosters' that claim to help you keep sharp and active. But did you know most energy drinks contain large amounts of caffeine or sugar? They can provide a temporary energy boost, but the boost is short-lived, and can cause unforeseen problems. Energy drinks that contain sugar may contribute to weight gain, and those containing caffeine can lead to nervousness, insomnia and irritability -- eventually leading more serious conditions, such as a rapid heart beat or increased blood pressure. Before your reach for that energy drink you might want to consider a healthier way to boost your energy!
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