The first thing you should do if you have a Monster Energy Drink is get rid of the packaging.
The drink contains ingredients that are not approved by the FDA for human consumption.
And the labels are not helpful either.
There’s a big, red line at the bottom of the bottle saying, “Do Not Eat.”
That’s not a good look.
The bottles say they are “natural,” which is a pretty big lie.
A look inside the bottle shows a list of ingredients that include corn syrup, citric acid, maltodextrin, hydrogenated oils, and hydrogenated polyunsaturated fatty acids.
But those ingredients aren’t the ingredients that make Monster Energy drinks great.
They’re all junk food ingredients, so they shouldn’t be listed as such on the bottles.
So what’s going on here?
Well, the drinks don’t actually contain any food.
They don’t contain anything that is good for you, like fruits and vegetables or fiber.
They contain ingredients that have nothing to do with food, and that’s just wrong.
The truth is, Monster Energy doesn’t have any nutritional value.
They claim they are made of “100% fruit juice and 100% vegetable juice,” but they don’t have fruit juice or vegetable juice.
They have the same kind of sugar and salt and sodium and other chemicals that are in regular sodas.
You can’t even taste the difference between the Monster Energy and regular sodases.
The same thing goes for the calorie content.
A Monster Energy contains roughly a quarter of a normal American soda, but it’s almost double the amount of sugar, half the salt, and more than two times the amount as a normal Coke.
So there’s a difference between a regular soda and a Monster.
But the Monster is a little bit healthier than Coke.
There is no artificial sweetener in Monster Energy, and it has fewer calories.
And, since the sugar and sodium are so much lower, you can enjoy the drink without getting a sugar rush.
It tastes good and it doesn’t hurt your waistline, which is why it’s a better option than Coke for most people.
The other reason to stop drinking Monster Energy is because the ingredients don’t really help.
The ingredients are all junk.
They include corn sugar, citic acid, corn starch, citrate, citrite, magnesium sulfate, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and sodium phosphate.
That’s a list that could fill a book.
Monster Energy also contains palm oil, palm kernel oil, soybean oil, vegetable oil, and palm kernel sugar.
That sounds great.
But you can’t eat these ingredients in Monster energy drinks.
There are a couple of exceptions.
Monster energy also contains an amino acid called arginine, which has a variety of health benefits.
That makes it an ideal food additive for some people.
However, most of the supplements are not healthy and should not be added to a beverage.
In fact, Monster energy drink ingredients are pretty bad.
The most common ingredients are:Citric Acid: It contains sodium, which can lead to acid reflux, high blood pressure, and heartburn.
It also contains calcium, which causes headaches, stomach upset, and headaches.
Sodium is bad for your bones.
And it can cause cancer.
Citrate: Citrate can cause blood clots.
Coca Cola: Citric acid can lead a person to drink more soda and become overweight.
It can also cause blood pressure problems and heart disease.
Grapeseed Oil: It is a major source of fat.
And if you’re already overweight, that can lead you to overeat.
Monster has a lot of sugar.
The sugar in Monster is not healthy.
It’s bad for you.
But most of all, Monster has no nutritional value at all.
It contains all the same ingredients that most other drinks contain, including:Protein: Monster energy is made of soybean meal, which contains protein, calcium, and magnesium.
Sugar: Monster Energy has the same sugar as regular soda.
Sodium: It can cause kidney stones and kidney failure.
Carbohydrates: Monster has almost as much sugar as a regular Diet Coke.
It contains a number of nutrients that are essential for a healthy diet.
It also contains a protein, iron, and vitamin D3, which are essential to good bone health.
But most of those nutrients are not considered “nutrients” by the U.S. government.
And they aren’t listed in Monster’s ingredients.
The only nutrients listed on Monster are those that are added to food, such as sugar, salt, sodium, and potassium.
For example, in Monster, there’s no potassium, calcium or fiber, but in a Diet Coke, there is.
So the difference is the sugar, which Monster doesn’t use, and the artificial sweeteners, which you can find in Monster.
In addition, the ingredients on Monster don’t come from the same plants that are used in traditional