You know how you can’t just drink any old energy drink?
Well, it turns out that the latest iteration of these super-expensive energy drinks is also a huge, bad ass drink.
Read on to find out how to beat it.
The Energy Drink Challenge: A drink you can drink for a month at a timeWhat Is an Energy Drink?
Energy drinks are a class of energy drinks that use a proprietary blend of sugars and artificial flavors to make them seem more like a drink than a drink at all.
They’re marketed as being a health drink, but their ingredients are all highly processed.
In fact, one study found that of the more than 10,000 energy drinks on the market, just 2.3 percent contain added sugars.
So how does the company make these high-end drinks so sweet?
It uses a patented method known as “sweet spot,” which means it uses more sugar in the drink than is naturally in your body.
So, the more sugar you consume, the higher your sugar tolerance is.
The drink’s high sugar content has made it one of the most expensive drinks on Earth.
The average American consumes about 50 teaspoons of sugar per day.
If you want to know how many calories are in your drink, simply take a look at the label.
In the most common form, a 1.8 ounce bottle of Energy Drink Ultra contains about 880 calories.
If you’re like me, you’re going to be eating this stuff daily.
So what does this mean for your body?
If you’re a regular consumer of the energy drinks, you’ll notice a lot of the labels on the bottles are different from what you’d see in a normal grocery store.
The labels are more specific about what type of energy drink you’re buying and what brand you’re getting.
Some of the brands are also labelled with calorie labels.
So if you’ve been drinking a lot more energy drinks lately, you may have noticed some labels that are more specifically designed for you, like a 1:1.5 Energy Drink Lite, or a 1-cup energy drink made from two ingredients (unlike a regular energy drink).
This type of labeling has led to a lot less confusion about the labels.
Instead of getting confused about which type of Energy drink you have, you can look at them like a grocery store might.
The big takeaway here is that the energy drink labels on some bottles have more sugar than others.
For example, if you bought a 1/4-cup Energy Drink, you’d probably see the labels like this: 1/8-cup: 4 grams sugar, 6 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fat, 2 grams of protein.
The 1/16-cup bottle is the most likely to have sugar on the label, and it contains about 1/2 the calories of a regular Energy Drink.
That means the energy Drink Lite or Energy Drink XL are about half as expensive.
But wait, there’s more!
If you want more information about what ingredients are in a given energy drink (like what types of sugars are used in the mix, how much sugar is in each drink, and how many different vitamins are present in each ingredient), you can click on the product’s “info” tab on the bottle.
There you’ll see all of the ingredient information.
In this case, we’re going with an 8-ounce bottle of the Energy Drink Energy.
Energy drinks aren’t just for the money either.
Some energy drinks also come in cheaper versions with different flavors or different amounts of sugar.
You can also find energy drinks with no calories, like the Ultra 1-Cup, which has just two calories per serving.
And you can get energy drinks without added sugar, like those Energy Drinks from the Energy Energy range.
If your goal is to avoid sugar and caffeine, you probably don’t need to worry about these energy drinks.
What’s the Bottom Line?
Energy drink prices vary widely.
Some people like the cheaper versions because they can be found at local convenience stores and grocery stores.
You might not even have to worry as much about price if you’re looking for a low-calorie, low-fat drink.
So go for it.
If these energy drink bottling companies are so expensive, what can you do?
You can buy these low-cost versions at any health food store.
That’s because energy drinks can be purchased in bulk, which means they’re easy to come by.
The same goes for soda.
You don’t have to pay much for a single serving of Coke Zero or Sprite, but you’ll want to save room for the remaining 30 to 50 calories.
Just make sure to ask the cashier if they’re carrying any of the ingredients in the bottles.
If energy drinks are your thing, you might want to invest in an energy monitor that measures your energy intake.
A good one is the Vivo Fit, which is about $70.
It’s a great option for anyone who likes to track their daily energy intake,