Why Flint Energy drinks and rockstar energy drinks are killing the NFL, according to sports drink researchers NFL News
flint energy drinks and the other energy drinks being sold as “rockstar” are killing football.
The NFL, in a new report, said it found that while the drinks were marketed as “energy drinks,” the products were actually “a product of a toxic chemical industry” that uses the chemical flint to make rock stars, rock stars who drink these drinks are actually more likely to die.
The report, released Tuesday by the nonprofit Sports and Health Coalition, said that the company behind these energy drinks is the same one that sold “energy-packed” snacks like “soup bowls” to kids that are designed to keep kids awake at night.
The new report comes as the NFL continues to battle an epidemic of obesity, diabetes and other diseases that are threatening the health of fans.
In a statement, Flint responded that it has “a longstanding and committed commitment to protecting the health and well-being of our customers.”
In a recent report, the NFL said it “has found no evidence that Flint is an active ingredient in any products sold in the United States.”
But the league has not provided a full list of the companies who make the drinks.
In fact, the report says that the league only found that one company was a member of the “rockstars” group, but not any of the other products.