Many young people have increasingly consumed caffeinated energy drinks (CEDs) and this has led to increasing concerns from educational and health experts as well as the community in regard to the products. These concerns regard both the contents of caffeine and the availability of these drinks in the market. From a general point of view, energy drinks are types of beverages that are advertised by their producers as having boosting energies. However, when advertising the advertisers and producers do not emphasize on the energy derived from caffeine and sugars that is contained in these drinks but rather the increased energy released by these products due to a number of stimulants as well as vitamins. There are a number of health problems associated with use of caffeinated energy drinks and they have adequately indicated by educational and health professionals. This study addresses the health problems of caffeinated energy drinks and food safety and regulations in regard to them.