US Vitamin Injections Examines Claim of Caffeine Related Death

14 year old Anais Fournier recently passed away from a cardiac arrhythmia due to caffeine toxicity which mother says is linked to Monster Energy drinks according to court documents.

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While it is unclear whether or not the beverage or the caffeine played a role in the death of Anais Fournier, the public certainly will be watching to determine how much caffeine is safe for consumption on a daily basis.

Largo, FL (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Monster energy drinks now finds itself on the wrong side of a lawsuit after the mother of Anais Fournier filed suit and also asked the FDA to step in an examine if Monster energy drinks have been tied to other deaths in the past.

The FDA determined that since 2004 there may have been five other cases of caffeine toxicity related deaths after drinking the popular energy drink. Spokespeople at Monster vehemently deny that the drink caused the death and it is true that Fournier has a preexisting heart condition.

MSNBC recently reported that even though energy drinks claim to have 240 mg per beverage a study showed that the drinks contained up to 20% more caffeine than listed. A 16 ounce cup of coffee contains approximately 100 mg of caffeine.

While it is unclear whether or not the beverage or the caffeine played a role in the death of Anais Fournier, the public certainly will be watching to determine how much caffeine is safe for consumption on a daily basis.

US Vitamin Injections offers natural alternative for energy production including b12. Vitamin b12 plays an active role in red blood cell formation and glucose production which assists with energy production and vitality.Other benefits of b12 include better mood, weight loss and alertness without the nervous, jittery feelings associated with caffeine.

To read more about this story please visit this link- http://usvitamininjections.com/articles/caffeine-potentially-deadly

The suit was filed in Riverside County Superior Court in Riverside California, case number 1215551


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