How many energy drinks can I drink in a day?
The daily recommended intake is indicated on the label.
Also, a recent energy drink risk assessment conducted by Health Canada concluded that for adults, “…two servings of a typical energy drink per day would not be expected to pose a health risk for the general adult population.”
For teens 12-18 years of age the assessment also concluded “The caffeine content of one or two servings of a typical energy drink (80mg caffeine/serving) would be unlikely to pose an acute health hazard.”
Where can I find out what is in my energy drink?
Energy drink labels contain great information for consumers, including (in part):
- The amount of caffeine from all sources
- All ingredients
- A Nutrition Facts Panel showing the amount of calories and other nutrients in the product.
- Enhanced allergen information