The best electric-forest products for the most sickest children, according to a study released on Wednesday, may depend on the specific conditions.
Researchers at Duke University and the University of Michigan evaluated the safety and efficacy of three electric-tree products—the KFC Kibble, a kibble made from a mix of organic meat and kibble, and the Gatorade Energy Drink, a beverage made from organic sugar, rice and corn.
The study was published in the peer-reviewed journal, PLOS One.
It was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Science Foundation, and it included more than 40,000 participants from 18 states, Canada and Mexico.
The results showed that the products were safe and effective in treating acute and chronic respiratory illnesses in children, with the Kibble and the Energy Drink providing the most favorable results.
But both products also caused some serious side effects, such as heartburn and dizziness.
The researchers recommend that people with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease use only the products that are most effective in the individual.
The researchers also recommended that people use only one product a day for children, as that’s the recommended dose for children who are sick and need a higher dose of the products.
The authors also said that people who are allergic to any of the three products should avoid the products, and that people should consult their doctor before using the products if they have other health conditions.