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  1. Negative Effects of Energy Drinks Presented by: Terri Cicchelli Rose Fairbanks Harmony Ledbetter Yahaira Martinez Karina Rodriguez

  2. What are energy drinks? Energy drinks : Beverages whose producers advertise that they "boost energy“ A common ingredient in most energy drinks is caffeine.

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  4. Facts • Energy drinks have three to five times the amount of caffeine as regular sodas do.1 • Youth account for half of the energy drink market.2 • 30 percent to 50 percent of adolescents report consuming energy drinks.2 • Adolescent caffeine intake averages 60 to 70 mg/day and ranges up to 800 mg/day.3 • Adolescent and child caffeine consumption should not exceed 100 mg/day3 • 31% of 12 to 17 year-olds consume energy drinks regularly.3 • 34% of 18 to 24 year-olds consume energy drinks regularly.3 • The American Association of Poison Control Centers adopted codes late last year to start tracking energy drink overdoses and side effects nationwide.4 • 677 cases occurred from October through December.4 • 331 cases have been reported this year.4 • Aquarter of them involved kids younger than 6.4

  5. Side Effects Seizures Hallucinations Rapid heart rate Chest pain High blood pressure Irritability Interrupted sleep patterns Headaches Heart palpitations Strokes

  6. School Issued Warnings http://youtu.be/vlMTqSB-P1o

  7. Energy Drink Regulation? http://youtu.be/rJMwz2TCfRc

  8. Energy Drinks Potential Impact on learning Due to energy drinks, students sleep six to seven hours per night, even though they actually need at least nine hours. Students develop insomnia and do not allow their brain to rest, which makes it more difficult for them to think clearly. When the effect of the energy wears off and the sugar level drops, it affects students engagement. Having this high energy disappear can cause students to collapse.

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  10. Nutrition and Physical Activity Standard 2: Analyzing Influences2.2N Evaluate internal and external influences on food choices. Grades 7-8 Science Discuss ways in which peers, parents, schools, and the media influence teenagers’ decisions and behaviors regarding food and beverage choices Complete a survey that focuses specifically on sources of influence on teen decision making In groups students will create a graph of results Discuss ways to counter negative influences

  11. Nutrition and Physical Activity Standard 4: Interpersonal Communication4.1.N Demonstrate the ability to use effective skills to model healthy decision making and prevent overconsumption of foods and beverages. • Grades 7-8 Math • Each student calculates their ideal caloric intake based on body weight based on body weight and height, age, gender, and exercise level (http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm) • Students will log the following for two days : • Food and beverages consumed • Calories per serving size • Serving size consumed • Caffeine and sugar gram intake from each item consumed • Students will calculate their under or overconsumption of calories, caffeine, and sugar • Students will evaluate how they could adjust their consumption while making healthy food/beverage choices

  12. Resources Visit your physician Riverside Medical Center 4445 Magnolia Avenue Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 788-3000 American Association of Poison Control CentersU.S. Poison Control Center Members California Poison Control System - San Diego DivisionUniversity of California San Diego Medical Center Call 1-800-222-1222 anywhere in California - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days www. aappc.org

  13. References Calorie Calculator - Daily Calorie Needs.The Weight loss Guide website. http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm Nutr J. 2007; 6: 35. Published online 2007 October 31. doi:  10.1186/1475-2891-6-35 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2206048/ http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/02/15/energy-drinks-harming-kids/#ixzz1WGRuXiIu http://www.med.miami.edu/news/um-pediatric-researchers-publish-findings-on-energy-drinks http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2011/02/14/peds.2009-3592.full.pdf+html http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2011/02/14/peds.2009-3592.full.pdf+html

  14. References cont. http://www.lifespan.org/services/nutrition/articles/energydrinks.htm http://news.medill.northwestern.edu/chicago/news.aspx?id=99335&print=1 http://www.articleclick.com/Article/Monster-Energy-Drink---Which-Are-The-Side-Effects-/947375 http://www.tandurust.com/alternative-therapies/energy-drinks-side-effects.html