Clinical Trial

Energy Drink Consumption on Cardiometabolic Endpoints

Study Description

Effects of Chronic Energy Drink Consumption on Cardiometabolic Endpoints

Many people use energy drinks (EDs) regularly, but the overall health concerns are still unknown. There are many energy drink products that contain a mixture of caffeine and other energy-boosting ingredients and supplements which can affect parameters related to the heart, blood pressure and blood glucose. Several previous studies have shown that energy drinks may affect heart rhythm and blood pressure significantly. As energy drinks are sugar-sweetened beverages, long-term use may also affect the body's metabolism, including cholesterol, blood sugars, and weight. The purpose of this study is to learn if drinking energy drinks everyday may affect a person's cardiometabolic health.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Dietary Supplement - Commercially-Available Energy Drink

Participant will consume 2 cans of an energy drink (16 oz./can) per day. One in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Effects of Chronic Energy Drink Consumption on Cardiometabolic Endpoints

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03840863

ParticipAid ID

aOY9Bd