Just One Energy Drink Reduces Endothelial Function

This is a very interesting article on just how bad energy drives are and the extreme effects they have on the human body.  Lead author John Higgins, MD, McGovern Medical School at UTHealth in Houston, Texas, told Medscape Medical News. “We found an approximately 50% reduction in the arteries’ ability to dilate,” Higgens said. “Our subjects weren’t doing any physical activity, but many people consume energy drinks before they exercise and during exercise, and it is critical that arteries dilate properly to deliver the increased demands of oxygen to the brain, heart, and muscles.”

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References:

  1. Medscape.com
  2. Author: Sue Hughes
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