Carn of Bull Case Study

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  • Topic: Amino acid, Acid, Glucose
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1. The main ingredient in all of the cans is water, either carbonated or not. All of the cans have taurine, which is a non-essential amino acid, which supposedly increases reaction time. Another main ingredient in all of the drinks is caffeine, which is a Central Nervous System Stimulant, and may increase productivity. 2. The psychological role of each of these drinks is supposedly to give you energy, but I think it is all a placebo effect. 3. The ingredients that provide energy are Fructose, Glucose, Glucuronolactone, Sucrose, Caffeine, and Taurine. 4. The ingrediants that contribute to body repair are Citric Acid, Cyanocobalamin, Folic Acid, Glutamine, Inositol, Niacin, Niacinamide, Pantohenic Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Pyridoxine HCL, and Sucralose. Sources of Energy| Amino Acids| Stimulants and Vitamins| Other| Caffeine| Glutamine| Niacin| Water|

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1) When we say something gives us energy, we mean that is gave us the stimulation to do something we would have been too tired or lazy to do. The biological definition of energy is “The ability to do work.” 2) The physiological roles of the molecules in my table are to energize the body a. The ingredient that provides energy is Caffeine. Caffeine does this by mimicking epinephrine, which stimulates the body. 3) An energy drink that does not contain caffeine could have a placebo effect on the user, mimicking the effects of caffeine. 4) The ingredients in these drinks are helpful to athletes because the temporary amount of energy is perfect for the small amount of energy they need. 5) My drink is an energy drink because it will temporarily increase energy 6) My drinks only purpose is to give someone, especially athletes, a temporary energy jolt so extreme that if young children consume it, they will become epileptic. 7) The normal response to increased intake of sugars is more fat deposits around...
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