Energy Drinks

Coffee itself will give you a boost of energy. The average cup of coffee has anywhere from 95-125 milligrams of caffeine. That will wake you up in the morning or when you’re feeling sluggish in the middle of the day. However, coffee takes some time to prepare and is traditionally served hot. Energy drinks have become popular because of the ease in preparation and the high amount of caffeine in them. Just buy them, pop them in the fridge and consume when you need it. Some don’t even need refrigeration. They are consumed at room temperature or added to any drink to give you a boost of energy when you need it. Some can have up to 275 milligrams of … Read the rest

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Fruit-Flavoured Drinks

Well, drinking water is an excellent habit too, but what most people do not know is the fact that these fruit-drinks that are manufactured today are not fat-inducing. In fact, they are packed with multivitamins and minerals which will not only cool you in summers, but at the same time also energize you with the best of nutrients. Scientists have also discovered that the liquid form is the best way to have your nutrients. This form is not only absorbed faster in the body, but it also works in the most efficient way. This is why a lot of energy drinks are now being made in the powder form so that they can be mixed with water and had or … Read the rest

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