Which would you ban first, redbull or ritalin?All you would accomplish is raising the price of either.Fascism is the wrong way to go, regardless of initial good intention.
The best drink on the market and cutting into the big boys like Coke (The worst drink out there).That is the only problem.I drink it every day,except I prefer "ROCKSTAR".Loads of minerals and Vitaminshttp://www.rockstar69.com/productIngredients.php?pdt=4People are such fools ,so much like sheep.Of all the crap they consume,being led by the nose to yap about Energydrinks,whilst knowing NOTHING about them.Because of the money coke is losing to these superior drinks.Even some of the medical people have been bought,but thats nothing new.
Why not a big post on this scam??Diet Coke Plus vitamins and minerals claims nets warning from FDAReuters Published: Wednesday, December 24, 2008 Coca-Cola Co.'s claims that its Diet Coke Plus include a variety of vitamins and minerals does not meet U. S. Food and Drug Administration's standards, the agency said in a warning to the company. "The FDA does not consider it appropriate to fortify snack foods such as carbonated beverages," the agency said in a Dec. 10 letter to the beverage giant released yesterday. Additionally, the product's label does not include the additional amounts of nutrients included in the "plus" product as the agency requires, the letter said. "This does not involve any health or safety issues, and we believe the label on Diet Coke Plus complies with FDA's policies and regulations," company spokesman Scott Williamson told Reuters. Coca-Cola has marketed Diet Coke Plus as "a good source of vitamins B3, B6, and B12, and the minerals zinc and magnesium." It was launched in the United States in April, 2007.
Or why not post this??Ritalin used to boost brain powerAtlanta Journal Constitution, USA - 9 Dec 2008Healthy people are increasingly turning to brain-enhancing drugs such as Ritalin to boost their performance in school or at work, researchers said recently. ...ORby Kirby GibbsLUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - Ritalin is a strictly regulated drug for overactive kids, but recent studies suggest that Ritalin may become readily avaliable for healthy people. Hyper-active kids and seniors with memory loss may not be the only one's prescribed Ritalin in the future. Some scientists are pushing Ritalin to be made available through prescription or over the counter to those who are healthy, but want to be more alert.
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