- Stimulant drinks
- found: Work cat.: Energy and stimulant drinks, market intelligence, 2005: p. 1 (Energy drinks provide physical energy through glucose or a range of sugars; Stimulant drinks, also referred to as smart or high-intensity drinks; contain active ingredients such as caffeine and taurine, and are non-alcoholic)
- found: Wikipedia, Apr. 7, 2006 (Energy drinks are beverages with legal stimulants, vitamins (especially vitamin B) and minerals to give the user a burst of energy. Common ingredients include caffeine, guarana (caffeine from the Guarana plant), taurine, various forms of ginseng, maltodextrin, inositol, carnitine, creatine, glucuronolactone and ginkgo biloba. Some contain high levels of sugar, or glucose. These drinks are typically marketed towards young people, students, people 'on the go' and those who play sports. Many such beverages are flavored or colored to resemble other soft drinks)
- 2006-05-11: new
- 2007-08-11: revised
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