Caffeine acts as a stimulant in the body and has some beneficial aspects to it too, as it's been found as a potential protector against Parkinson's disease and even some forms of cancer. But according to the calculator, if you weigh 125 pounds and drink down 106.64 cans of a standard Red Bull, you'll actually just die.
Furthermore, is Red Bull safe to drink?
The company says its product is safe. The Red Bull company Web site stresses that "no authority in the world has ever discovered or proven an unhealthy effect in or from Red Bull." It says the levels of caffeine and taurine, which is a naturally occurring amino acid, in the drink make it as safe as a cup of coffee.
How many cans of Red Bull Is it safe to drink in a day?
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) concluded in its scientific opinion on the safety of caffeine (2015) that caffeine intake of up to 400 mg per day (five 250 ml cans or five cups of coffee) does not raise safety concerns for the general healthy adult population.