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Energy drinks can give you a boost when Monday morning hits you hard. Many people that I know, and I worked with, when they saw me with a can of energy drink on my hand, they’ve told me: ”Energy drinks are bad for you!”, ”Your heart is gonna blow!” and many other things.

I asked them: ”where did you heard about it?”, ”where did you saw the studies about this topic?” and the typical answers was: ”I saw on TV”, ”I have a friend that drink one can of energy drink and he went to the hospital”.

I would not say consuming energy drinks is healthy but neither vice-versa. Every single type of food have his own benefits and adverse for your body.

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So, what are energy drinks?

Energy drink is the type of drink that contain: caffeine(you can find it naturally in coffee), taurine, sugars or artificial sweeteners, vitamins and minerals.

Research shows that low to moderately consumption of caffeine brings you a lot of benefits such as:

  • Protect you against Alzheimer and Parkinson’s disease.
  • Strengthen your heart muscle.
  • Increase physically and mentally performance.
  • Reliefs post-workout muscle pain with 48%.

Daily recommended doses

If you want to get all those benefits from energy drinks DO NOT GO ABOVE THE FOLLOWING DOSES!!

  • Caffeine- 400mg/day.
  • Taurine- 5g/day.

Taurine is put on energy drinks because it modulates heartbeats and cardiovascular effects of caffeine. Even so, do not go above this doses, because you will increase risk of heart attack.

There’s no such thing as ”good” or ”bad” food. Every single type of food have his of benefits and adverse for the body as long as term of ”MODERATION” isn’t just a word for you.

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I started my fitness career in the begining of 2019. ”Johnny” is my real name adapted in english, and ”Rhino” is my nickname. My mission is to erase all the old myths about nutrition and fitness like: 6 meals/day, tons of cardio for fat loss, type of foods(healthy food/bad food), etc. I entered into the fitness industry because I wanted to lose fat and ”specialists” arround me couldn’t help me. I don’t mean they don’t even try, but all the things that I learned from them was ”Broscience” and it didn’t work very well for me. So I started my fitness journey alone and I learned as much as I could in order to lose fat and reveal my muscle and also anytime I got some news imediatly I helped all the gymbros in my gym. Now I want to help as many people as I can, to reveal their physique potential . Everyday I’m searching for new studies to complete my information in order to improve the results of my clients and mine of course. ”No citzen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. What a disgrace it is for a human to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.” -Socrates


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