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Uncovering Details behind Commercial Energy Drink Success

Low Jeremy

Low on energy?

Many individuals are experiencing low energy levels. Even if you ate more than what is necessary during breakfast to give yourself the energy that you need for work or other tasks later on, you will notice that it is quite insufficient and you are losing more energy than you have expected. Even drinking more water is still not enough to compensate your body energy loss.

If you are a young individual that is quite hyperactive in performing tasks whether in school or office, you need some energy booster to replenish every calorie of energy that you are using in performing your tasks and activities. In this case, you might try drinking commercially-available energy beverages.

Energy drinks are different compared to other beverages such as soft drinks or soda. It is intended for replenishing lost body energy through supplying legal stimulants, minerals, and vitamins (particularly Vitamin B) that are included in the ingredients.

It was developed primarily because of the demand of many individuals (especially those who are engage in hard work and other energy-consuming activities) for a supplement that will not only provide additional nutrients to their body but giving a boost to energy as well. Because of their tight daily schedules, most of them are left with less time on eating and sleeping, which are natural tasks to replenish lost body energy.

Some of these common energy-boosting ingredients are as follows:

Guarana extracts from guarana plants;
Different forms of ginseng;
Ginkgo biloba;
High levels of sugar or glucose (in some brands); and
Artificial sweeteners.

Commercial energy drinks are available in different variants. Before, energy drinks comes in so-called skinny bullet can shape which is popular throughout the years. Nowadays, commercial energy drink manufacturers are now producing energy drinks that comes in plastic and glass bottle packaging.

Commercial energy drinks are increasing its popularity in a rapid rate, being the second highest growing industry next to the soft drink sector. Because of this major development, many energy drink manufacturers are including other ingredients to be a part of their energy drink manufacturing. One of which is the involvement of several alcohol companies on the energy drink investment and marketing alcoholic energy drinks.

Although commercial energy drinks gives the boost that you need, there are also criticisms arising from its popularity, particularly with regards to the inclusion of two physically-addictive ingredients, which are guarana and caffeine. Prolonged exposure or regular intake at large quantities of these ingredients can result to physical addiction. In addition, once become physically addicted to it, it can cause several side effects such as headache once you withdraw from drinking it.

There are little published researches on the Internet from reputable medical societies and organization which enumerates several health hazards due to commercial energy drink. However, high concentration of the physically-addicted ingredients can really cause unwanted side effects. That is why many medical specialists recommend the intake of water in conjunction with energy drink intake to dilute the high concentration of guarana and caffeine ingredients.

Whatever the case may be commercial energy drinks are there to provide a single purpose - that is, to give you the replenishment of lost body energy and make you active throughout the day.

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