Guy Drank THIS Energy Drink Almost Everyday and This Is What Unexpectedly Ended Up Happening To Him!

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Unless you have been living under a rock for the past 10-20 years you are probably well aware of the energy drink epidemic. Tons of people have switched over from coffee to drinks like Red Bull and Monster because they instantly give you that boost and extra energy that is necessary when you feel super tired, lathargic and weak but you have to get stuff done. Millions of people consume these drinks everyday and they are one of the most popular selling beverages in the world.

Although these drinks can give you that extra boost and kick in the butt to get stuff done, it can come at a cost to your mind, body and soul. Many people may have a few energy drinks per week or perhaps 1 a day, while others love it so much they can tend to start abusing them. This brings us to today’s tragic story about a guy name Dean Warren, who discovered energy drinks while he was training to become a professional body builder. He quickly realized he was able to accelerate his workouts in the gym to new heights.

He could lift heavier weights, do more reps, run faster and he almost felt superhuman after consuming them. Because he was super serious about being a professional body builder he took his workouts extremely seriously. What started as just an energy drink here and there quickly snow balled out of control. Sometimes he would pound two full energy drinks in a single hour. At first his results were spectacular, his muscle mass, tone and physique were getting to the next level. But then just as quick as his positive results kicked, the negative impact of consuming these dangerous drinks quickly began to take hold of him.

He was diagnosed with cancer soon after and his body building career ended. Some of his friends and family actually thought it could potentially be a blessing because they thought it would be a wake up call for him to stop drinking the stuff. After going through treatment his doctor told him his cancer basically went into remission. Of course he was super happy and excited like anybody who beats cancer, however he clearly didn’t learn his lesson because soon after he began consuming the drinks again.

The cancer came back and it was in his liver which was the organ most effected by the drinks. When the cancer came back this time it was more aggressive and unfortunately this time it didn’t go into remission. Dean died leaving his wife and child behind because he just couldn’t stop his addiction to energy drinks. Do you still drink this stuff? Let us know..

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They Called Her Fat and Laughed At Her In The Gym. Her Response Is Just Epic!

The majority of women, especially in the United States, have some kind of issue with their body. We look at ourselves in the mirror and dissect our imperfections, wishing we looked different. Women think their bellies are flabby, arms are too thick, legs are pushed together, ass is too flat, too wide, their breasts are too small, too saggy. The list goes on and on.

We base our criticisms on what we have been shown by the media to be beautiful. Tiny, anorexic, airbrushed models, waxed with precision, with symmetrical features and a face full of make up. So what happens when we realize that the perfect we’ve been taught isn’t perfect after all? We begin to love ourselves for what we are.

That is exactly what Loey Lane has done in her plus-size swimwear fashion show. She filmed two minutes and seven outfits narrated by her words of love for herself. She confesses that she struggled with her weight and eating disorders, but has now overcome by choosing to be proud of who she is.

She focuses on her positive attributes and not what other people think she should be. Loey knows her body is strong and healthy and she sees the beauty in that. Her message is inspiring for all. But why not take it even further? Women should challenge themselves daily to push the limits of what has been deemed socially acceptable regarding our bodies.

Why are we pulling all of our hair out or shaving it off? Men aren’t required to do that. Why are we covering our faces with chemicals and colors to disguise our features and skin? Why do we strap a tight band around our rib cage and straps over our shoulders in attempt to conquer what is inevitable?

Why have we not questioned the confinement we’ve been trapped in? This video is a step in that direction, a breath of fresh air. As long as we support and encourage all the Loey Lane’s out there, women will be dancing in elegant freedom before we know it.

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