School is back in session, and with the demands of classes, sports, and the busy grind of life, many will look for that extra boost of energy.

But food and science expert Budge Collinson warns us all to stay away from those too-good-to-be-true energy drinks.

The term "energy" drink is an unfortunate misnomer, says food science expert Budge Collinson. They don't give your bodyenergy; they stimulate you with brief jolts of caffeine and unregulated herbal stimulants.