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January 15, 2018
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WildCat Energy Drink keeps the ties and loves the World of Car Racing. Every race car driver needs a boost to keep their concentration going. Good racing car drivers need a boost to make it to the finish line and always be the best. WildCat Energy Drink for car racing is a like a Boost similar

January 15, 2018
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Wildcat energy drink available in music concerts and gigs across UK cities Wildcat energy drink is a refreshing drink when attending music concert and gigs. With Music concert and gigs under the a mild, hot and cool weather, any music fan and musician alike can have a refreshing drink if they choose to drink Wildcat

August 7, 2014
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Understandably so, endurance athletes are always in search of a boost in energy and performance. More often than not, caffeine is the go-to for athletes. But is caffeine truly an ergogenic aid and is it safe? According to American College of Sports Medicine, caffeine may be the most widely used stimulant in the world. It

July 8, 2014
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Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, found that trained athletes who took in caffeine pre-exercise burned about 15% more calories for three hours post-exercise, compared to those who ingested a placebo. The dose that triggered the effect was 4.5 mg of caffeine per kilogram of body weight. For 150-pound woman, that’s roughly 300 mg of caffeine, the

September 20, 2011
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The Effects of Glucuronolactone to the Body. Glucuronolactone, also known as D-Glucuronolactone, DGL and D-Glucoronic Acid, is an organic metabolite found in the body. A metabolite is a substance that results from the metabolism of glucose in the human liver. This water-soluble crystalline compound has been made a common component in stimulants and energy drinks

02 June 2011. Magazine issue 2815. Subscribe and save. www.newscientist.com For similar stories, visit the Food and Drink and US national issues Topic Guides. SCHOOLCHILDREN in the US should steer clear of energy drinks, and go easy on the calorie-rich sports drinks too, the American Academy of Pediatrics warned this week. The academy’s report is

WildCat News Todays Update Energy drinks—the “bad boys” of the beverage world—have become a driving force behind a resurgence in the beverage market, according to market research publisher Packaged Facts. Sales of energy drinks—along with the performance of ready-to-drink (RTD) teas and sports drinks—have helped functional and natural RTD beverage market grow to $23 billion.

January 17, 2011
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Energy Drink Market – History, Growth, Projections, Trends and the Uncertain Future of Energy Drinks. Posted in Energy Drink | January 16th, 2011 The energy drink market does not seem to stop its rapid growth. Energy drinks have made themselves a staple in certain sectors and has begun to branch successfully into several other niche

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