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Wild Cat Energy Drink Brand Statement:

Wild Cat Energy Drink Ltd strictly advises its consumers to avoid drinking more than 1 can per calendar day as a precaution. Children under the age of 16, Adults above the age of 50, Respected Disabled People and Pregnant Women should refrain from consuming Energy Drinks at any given time.

Legally Children, or other people sensitive to caffeine, should only consume caffeine in moderation. Pregnant women are advised not to have more than 200mg of caffeine a day, roughly two mugs of instant coffee.

Drinks like espresso and lattes, which are made from ground coffee, typically contain higher levels of caffeine per mug. Read more on energy drinks:

The research was prompted following anecdotal reports of energy drinks being linked to heart attacks and sudden cardiac deaths. Gulping down a single energy drink can significantly boost the blood pressure in healthy adults, according to new Australian research. Annabel McGilvray for ABC Science  http://www.abc.net.au

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