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How Harmful is Red Bull?

July 20, 2010
How Harmful is Red Bull? Stop the red bull addiction….
sirnatural
July 19th, 23:50

France and Denmark have already banned Red Bull from the country. What do they know that we don’t?

In America, Red Bull is sold in supermarkets across the country and is mostly consumed by children.

What “they” don’t want you to know — is that Red Bull is a drug and its effects are potentially FATAL.

Red Bull was originally created to stimulate the brain in people who are subjected to great physical force and never was designed to be consumed by normal people, let alone children, as a replacement to soda pop.

Here’s the truth. The reason Red Bull was banned in France and Denmark is due to its vitamin components mixed with a highly dangerous chemical which was developed by the United States Department of Defense during the 1960s to stimulate the morale of the troops based in Vietnam.

It was a drug. This chemical that’s in Red Bull acts like a hallucinogenic drug that calmed the stress of war in the GIs. But the effects of this in the human body were also devastating. And it was so devastating that the U.S. Army discontinued its use. It caused a high index of cases of migraine headaches, cerebral tumors, and diseases of the liver. And that was all proven by looking at the soldiers who were consuming this drink. Why won’t the manufacturer put that warning on the can? Don’t let anyone you know drink Red Bull. In fact, introduce them to the natural energy drinks I personally recommend,  Homemade Drinks For Natural Energy Boost

These do it yourself drinks for natural energy boost are quick, easy and highly nutritious. Drink them before or after exercise, between meals, or to replace a meal when you’ve no time to eat.

Most of the ingredients are common, everyday foods that you probably already have at home. If not you should be able to find them in any large supermarket or health food store. Some of these drinks for natural energy boost will require a juice extractor to make fresh juice and a blender to make smoothies. If you don’t have these, most household appliance stores stock them and they’re relatively inexpensive – just think of the money you’ll save not buying ready-made energy drinks!

Here are a few of my favors that really work. All energy drinks should be consumed immediately after making them.

  • Banana & Fig Smoothie

Ingredients: 1 ripe banana; 3 or 4 figs (sun dried best); 1 tablespoon honey; 1 cup water

Method: Put all the ingredients in a blender and mix till smooth. Add a heaped teaspoon of bee pollen powder (or equivalent in capsules) for an extra boost. Sun dried dates or raisins can be substituted for figs.

Benefits: Bananas benefit your nervous system; figs, dates & raisins contain natural sugars to boost energy; honey nourishes digestion & boosts energy.

  • Honey & Bee Pollen Drink

Ingredients: 1 tablespoon honey; 1 heaped teaspoon bee pollen powder; 1 cup warm water

Method: Put ingredients in a large glass, add water, then mix with a spoon. Add ginseng extract for an extra energy boost.

Benefits: Honey benefits your digestion & is a quick energy booster; bee pollen contains essential fatty acids & amino acids & stimulates production of sexual hormones; ginseng boosts energy & enhances digestion.

Yours in Health

Sir Natural

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