In the 1900s, Radithor was marketed as an energy drink, but was really just distilled water with radium in it. When the first person died of the radiation poisoning, he had to be buried in a lead coffin. His body was still radioactive when he was disinterred years later.
Benjamin Careathers, an American man, sued Red Bull in 2015, stating that after 10 years of consuming the product, he received no wings, or enhanced physical or intellectual performance.
Monster and similar companies make cans of water, so it appears that celebrities are drinking their product while actually just drinking water.
Famous personal trainer/body builder Greg Plitt died earlier this year while filming a commercial for ‘No Fear’ energy drinks. He reportedly assumed a runner’s stance on the tracks as the train approached, and attempted to out-sprint the speeding train to show the effectiveness of the drink.
Let this woman tell you how Monster energy drink is literally from Satan.