Energy drinks… leave you without energy

Some people resort to drinking energy drinks, thinking that they help get rid of lethargy and fatigue, while others are cautious


Nutrition experts in Britain report that the number of teenage girls suffering from iron deficiency is high, which…


It leads to feeling constantly exhausted and suffering from anemia, due to consuming large quantities of these drinks.




The Health Food Manufacturers Association (HFMA) also warned against excessive caffeine intake, as it prevents…


The body absorbs many essential minerals, including iron, according to the Daily Mail.




Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional disorder in Britain, with recent research showing that about


40% of girls and young women, between the ages of 11-24, suffer from a severe deficiency in the level of this mineral.


Inspiration in the body.




According to a HFMA report, other studies have indicated that one in 10 British teenagers


He consumes more than five cans of caffeinated energy drinks every week.




A study of 10,000 British adults found that three-quarters of those aged 18


Up to 24 years old do not know that consuming caffeine can deprive a person of many vital minerals.




For his part, HFMA Executive Director Graham Keane said: “Precise nutrition is essential for good health.


Iron deficiency is a widespread issue and should not be ignored, especially among teenage girls.”




Iron is the main component of the blood pigment (hemoglobin), which forms red blood cells that transport iron


Oxygen from the lungs to the body’s cells, to complete the oxidation process, and carbon dioxide is transferred from the cells to the body


Lungs, to be excreted during exhalation, and its deficiency may lead to anemia.




It is noteworthy that previous studies revealed that energy drinks cause many harms to the body, such as irregular heartbeat,


Lack of sleep, nervousness and nausea.

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