Study: Red Bull spiked with alcohol doesn't increase stamina

09/15/2004 | FoodNavigator

A Brazilian study found that while mixing high-energy drinks with alcohol may make people think it reduces alcohol's effects, it "does not increase people's performance in physical activities or reduce alterations induced by acute alcohol ingestion." Nonetheless, high-energy drinks like Red Bull remain popular in bars and night clubs.

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