Michigan State Professors Help High School Students Study Energy Drink Impact On Blood Pressure

Nov. 14, 2011

Professors from Michigan State University visited students in human anatomy and physiology classes at Lumen Christi High School in Jackson, Mich. to discuss how popular energy drinks can affect the body, specifically blood pressure and heart rate, according to The Jackson Citizen Journal in Jackson, Mich. For the full story, click here.  

Editor’s Insight: Energy drinks are one of the fastest growing products for refreshment service operators. Operators must realize there is a health concern over these products.

Operators should use special caution when offering energy drinks in schools or other locations patronized by children. There is no such thing as being overly protective of consumers’ health. 11-14-11 By Elliot Maras