What Are Energy Drinks?
Some people enjoy the pick-me-up that caffeine offers. Energy drinks and shots typically combine caffeine with B vitamins and amino acids. Are you watching your waistline? You can choose energy shots in a low-calorie, sugar-free formulation and made with a special "energy blend." Energy shots are available in a regular and extra-strength form as well as "ultra" energy shots, the most powerful of all. Some energy shots are formulated with additional ingredients like green tea extract and camu puree. B12 energy shots typically supply your body with B12 along with a full-spectrum of B vitamins and vitamin C for balance.
Do Energy Drinks Taste Good?
With fruity flavors like citrus, berry and pomegranate, energy shots are a tasty and satisfying way to stay energized when you're on the go.
Are There Caffeine Free Energy Drinks?
Are you sensitive to caffeine? Some people prefer energy shots without caffeine for energy and focus without the jitteriness that caffeine can cause. Decaffeinated energy shots contain less caffeine than a cup of decaf coffee.
Do Energy Drinks Help with Workouts?
Exercise takes a lot out of you - especially high-intensity workouts or workouts of long duration. Energy performance pouches supply the carbohydrates you may require during exercise in an easy-to-use form. Just open the pouch and squeeze the contents into your mouth. Though not a food replacement, these gel pouches are convenient and less filling – perfect for high intensity workouts or physical activity that lasts for a long duration. Choose from energy pouches made with real fruit without artificial colorings or flavorings to supply your muscles with energy in an easily absorbed and natural form. Great tasting too! Carry them with you to the gym or before a long run to fuel up beforehand and refuel afterwards.
Do I Need Electrolytes?
Sports coaches and fitness trainers emphasize to athletes the importance of staying hydrated during exercise - and the importance of replacing electrolytes lost through sweat. A number of electrolyte-rich products make it a little easier. Choose from a variety of electrolyte formulations that supply sodium, potassium, chloride and magnesium, electrolytes you lose when you sweat. Simply add the contents to your favorite sports beverage and drink up. Electrolyte supplements are also available in ampules you squeeze directly into your mouth to replace electrolytes lost through sweating. Always follow the directions when using these products and don't use more than the recommended amount.
What Is Coconut Water Good For?
Some people prefer a natural approach to staying hydrated and replacing lost electrolytes. Coconut water shots are a natural source of electrolytes and carbohydrates from the coconut fruit. Each shot provides electrolytes like potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium in a concentrated form along with carbohydrates for energy. Enjoy the satisfying taste each shot offers.
Talk to your doctor or health care provider before using energy shots and don't go above the recommended amount. Be aware that too much caffeine, a major ingredient in many energy drinks and shots, can lead to nervousness, irritability, insomnia, rapid heartbeat, and increased blood pressure. Don't forget to drink plenty of fluids regardless of what product you use.
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