You Are What You Drink—a Rockst*r or a Monster?: An Enviga-rating Regulatory Question

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Title: You Are What You Drink—a Rockst*r or a Monster?: An Enviga-rating Regulatory Question
Author: Morris, Robyn
Citation: Robyn Morris, You Are What You Drink—a Rockst*r or a Monster?: An Enviga-rating Regulatory Question (April 2010).
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Abstract: This paper briefly examines the regulation of caffeine in energy drinks. The FDA does not have specific regulations pertaining to the use of caffeine in energy drinks. Caffeine is generally safe, but may pose dangerous health risks to children, pregnant women, and people with caffeine sensitivities. I suggest that the Food and Drug Administration require energy drink companies to list the amount of caffeine on the product labels of energy drinks to facilitate informed product comparison.
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:8592155

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