The best energy drink for losing weight is not necessarily the one with the least sugars. Most drink manufacturers sacrifice your health by giving you an artificially sweetened drink which they can then market as “containing zero carbs”.
You don’t want to damage your health, when there are other safer alternatives, do you?
You may think, “Hey, it’s no big deal!”, but you may be shocked when you find out — 20 years from now — that you have done substantial damage to your nervous system by consuming the know excitotoxin Aspartame (also known as Nutrasweet and Equal) when you could have had the herb stevia for a sweetener, for example.
I hate to be “downer” on your carefree enjoyment of life, but there are some very real dangers to your health posed by bad formulations of energy potions commonly found on your grocery store shelves. By learning to be a smart consumer with an eye toward the health value of all that you eat and drink, you can save yourself a lot of grief down the road. That’s why I want you to know this.
(I am about to turn 62, and I can tell you it pays to be careful about what you eat and drink if you want to live a long, healthy life!)
You are offered so many choices on the energy drink market today that it is hard to figure out what is safe and healthy. Marketers employ psychologists, sociologists, cultural anthropologists, and chemists to try to position their products as the obvious choice for your purchase.
For example, beverage marketers know that many consumers are rightly concerned about the risk for obesity and diabetes caused by sugary beverages. So, what do they advertise as an alternative? “Sugar-free” and “zero-calorie” versions of the same brand.
This is like “jumping from the frying pan into the fire”!
What you need to know, assuming you care about your long-term health, is that most of the artificial sweeteners, flavors, and coloring agents are made out of nasty things like petrochemicals that have documented health dangers (which the U.S. Food & Drug Administration has been ignoring for years).
I have made a study to find the best energy drink for my own use, beginning about 25 years ago when I was running competitively. Over these years I have uncovered a lot of information that you might find helpful in avoiding the dangerous ingredients and uncovering the rare gems in the chaotic and misunderstood energy drink market. It would be wrong, I believe, to keep what I have learned to myself when it can help so many people. https://www.energysavinggenie.co.uk/
There are a few healthy energy drinks that taste good and can help turn anyone into a fat-burning machine.
If you are a parent and concerned about the consequences of your child harming themselves with energy drinks, you may find yourself wishing you could just somehow put the Energy Drink Genie “back in the bottle”, so to speak. Unfortunately, that isn’t likely.