3D Energy Drink: ‘We are not making a game about science’
With the UK Government moving to regulate 3D energy drinks, it has been reported that some will have no carbon dioxide emissions and will have to be labeled as a health hazard.
“We are making a games about science,” 3D drinks maker Kinetic Energy told The Verge, referring to the move to regulate the drinks.
“But we don’t want to make a game out of this.
This is not a game.
This isn’t a game to make fun of.”
The company also noted that Kinetic’s own “Energy-Stress Reduction” formula, which has been shown to reduce the risk of colorectal cancer, would not work for a drink that contains carbon dioxide.
“3D Energy drinks can be used for a wide range of conditions, including obesity, asthma, diabetes, sleep disorders, and anxiety, to name just a few,” Kinetic said in a statement.
“In this respect, 3D is a natural leader for health-conscious consumers.”
In its statement, Kinetic also said that it was looking at ways to “maintain its current value proposition” by incorporating the same health benefits that the company’s products offer.
“As a health-minded company, we want to be clear that we don-t sell a product that is meant to be used to treat a particular disease,” Kinetics said.
“Rather, we make a product to help people live healthier lives.”
Kinetic is also looking at developing “healthier” carbon-neutral drinks for people who don’t need to drink a ton of carbon dioxide, as well as a “health-friendly” drink for people that want to eat healthy and avoid a carbon footprint.
The company has not yet launched a new product in the UK, and will need to look into the regulations before committing to it. 3D will have until May to comply with the new rules, but that deadline is not set to run out.
The UK Department of Health and Social Care said that the drinks would be subject to strict testing requirements.
“The new legislation will allow the regulator to establish specific criteria for determining whether 3D has been made with the intention of reducing carbon dioxide,” the Department of Public Health said in its statement.
The drinks will be marketed in the United Kingdom as Kinetic Power, Kinetics Health, Kinetically Health Super, Kinesis Energy, and Kinetic, and in the US as Kinetics Power Super, Power Energy, Power Super and Power Super Plus.
The Energy-Stressed Diet is a dietary supplement that contains high amounts of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.
The product was recently reviewed by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which has not set a date for when it will be released in the country.
Kinetic has been the subject of a number of health scare stories in the past.
Kinetics claims that its Energy-Boosting Diet has helped people lose weight and maintain their health, and that it can even prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes.
But critics of the product have also pointed out that the supplements don’t have the added benefit of lowering cholesterol or lowering blood pressure, and have raised questions about its safety.
The new regulations come as the UK moves to regulate carbon dioxide-free drinks.
The country is considering a range of new measures, including a new tax on carbon dioxide pollution, and plans to ban carbon-emitting cars and other products from driving, according to The Guardian.
The move comes as some UK companies are looking to make their products as carbon-free as possible.
According to the New York Times, a New York-based company called Kinetic Health has been developing a carbon-powered drink for two years, but it has never gone on sale in the U.K. Kinetically said that its Health-Stressing Diet is “the first carbon-sucking drink in the world that is made using the right ingredients,” and that its products can be made in a wide variety of locations.
The Health-Styling Diet was approved for sale in 2015 by the UK’s Health and Safety Executive (HSE), but the company is still waiting for approval from the Food Standards Agency.