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Moazzez, R., Smith, B.G.N. and Bartlett, D.W. (2000) Oral pH and Drinking Habit during Ingestion of a Carbonated Drink in a Group of Adolescents with Dental Erosion. Journal of Dentistry, 28, 395-397.

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  • TITLE: Consumption Pattern of Energy Drinks by University of Ibadan Students and Associated Health Risks Factors

    AUTHORS: Oladejo Thomas Adepoju, Victoria Oluwakemi Ojo

    KEYWORDS: Consumption Pattern, Energy Drinks, Nutrient Composition, Calorie Intake

    JOURNAL NAME: Food and Nutrition Sciences, Vol.5 No.22, December 5, 2014

    ABSTRACT: Energy drinks are non alcoholic, carbonated beverages claimed to give extra burst of energy for daily obligation. They contain some form of legal stimulants and vitamins which are meant to give consumers short term boost in energy and increase mental alertness. Energy drinks enjoy patronage especially among higher institution students in Nigeria, but little is known about the consumption pattern and possible health risks to consumers. This study was carried out to determine the contribution of four commonly consumed energy drinks to energy intake of University of Ibadan students and the associated health risk factors. A descriptive cross-sectional survey of energy drinks consumption was carried out using a four-stage systematic random sampling technique to select 307 students from six out of nine halls of residence for Undergraduates and the two Postgraduate halls. A validated semi-structured, self-administered questionnaire was used to collect information on socio-demographic characteristics, consumption pattern and frequency, and factors influencing consumption of energy drinks. Samples of the four most commonly consumed energy drinks by the students (Power Horse, Emerge, Red Bull and Matador brands) were purchased from different stores within and around the University of Ibadan campus. Composite samples of all the four energy drinks (with at least six months expiration date) were analysed for physico- chemical characteristics, gross energy, minerals and B-vitamins content in triplicate using standard methods of AOAC. Data were analysed using descriptive statistics and one way ANOVA, and level of significance set at p