The marketing of these anti-energy drinks have taken much criticism as well. Ronald Peters, associate professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, called the marketing of commercialized anti-energy drinks the worst as he has ever seen. He compared the advertising of these anti-energy drinks to those of candy cigarettes stating that these drinks can lead to use of drugs and alcohol.
The article was very informative on providing information on anti-energy drinks. The article began by defining the anti-energy followed by discussing why manufactures felt there was a need for such a product. It closes with the criticism of the advertisement of these products. The article lacked medical facts in or specific content information regarding the ingredients of these anti-energy drinks.
Anti-energy drinks by description sound very unhealthy and will not be part of my life or my family lives. My family and I will seek other ways to wind down other than chemically induced sodas.