The best energy drinks in the world are made from fat, according to a new report from Axios.
According to a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, people who drank more than five energy drinks a day were at a greater risk of obesity.
The study found that the consumption of four or more energy drinks per day was linked to a 25 percent higher risk of being overweight or obese, which equates to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, and even premature death.
According the study, consumers who drink more than two energy drinks and drink more fluid per day were also more likely to consume more calories and have higher blood pressure.
According a spokesperson for Axios, “There is no reason why we shouldn’t drink less.”
According to the report, the research also found that energy drinks made people feel more energized and healthy, as well as increase their mood.
However, the report notes that while some of the ingredients are “highly processed,” the company also says that the company does not use ingredients that contain artificial flavors or sweeteners.
However the report doesn’t make it clear if the drinks were made from sugar or artificial flavors, or if they contained any preservatives.
“The study does not say the drinks contain artificial ingredients,” the spokesperson told the site.
“We use natural ingredients and only use ingredients with no artificial flavors.”
However, if you want to find out if your energy drink contains artificial flavors and/or sweeteners, there is a way to do it.
To find out what ingredients are in your energy drinks, follow these steps: Open up the drink itself in a bowl or glass, and add a teaspoon of vanilla extract.
Fill the cup or bottle with the liquid.
Take a small amount of the liquid in a spoon and fill it with your saliva.
If it tastes sweet, you’re likely to have a high sugar or sugar-sweetened drink.
If the drink contains no sugar or sweetener, you probably aren’t a fan.
If you’re looking for more information on what is in your favorite energy drink and how to avoid it, check out this article from Mashable.