A Survey on the Intake of Energy Drinks among College Students and Young Professionals in Metro Manila

Eufemio Barcelona, Alfee B. Capule, Juan Fidel Cruz, Fatima Macam, Raquel Robles

Abstract


Energy drinks are said to contain many benefits one of which is to boost energy for a short span of time. This type of drinks was first marketed for blue collar workers, however, the marketing campaigns for energy drinks has shifted to include adolescents, college students and young professionals. This study was conducted to assess the intake of energy drinks among college students and young professionals in Metro Manila, Philippines, to determine prevalence and frequency of energy drink intake, the reasons for the intake and to determine which among the two groups consume more energy drinks.

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energy drinks, college students, young professionals, intake, Metro Manila

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