When experiencing a sugar crash, most of us will reach for unhealthy, high-sugar snacks. While many people might be aware of the sugar crash or have experienced it themselves, DASH wanted to avoid explaining the concept in a way that was too academic for the audience to find interesting. Because the energy shot has zero sugar, it would give consumers the immediate energy boost they craved but one that would avoid the crash that comes from the usual blood sugar fluctuations brought about by sugar or carbohydrate-heavy foods. To educate the audience about the sugar crash, DASH created a laboratory concept to present the issue. Through a number of experiments focusing on how to keep yourself awake when the post-lunch slump arrives, DASH was able to explain the sugar crash in an entertaining and memorable way.
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Lacy Hartselle is a multi-award winning actress and passionate mental health advocate. She graduated summa cum laude with a B. She works across all mediums including TV, film, theater, commercials, new media, voiceover, music videos and print work. More recently, she plays the lead of the indie film The Gods of Summer directed by Christiana di Palma.
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