Energy Drink Mixes: Caffeine, Calories, and Varieties
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by James Foster
2y ago
An energy drink mix is a caffeinated flavored dry powder mixed with water. This creates a non-carbonated energy drink at a fraction of the price of a ready to drink (RTD) variety. The Energy Drink Mix market is over $100 million in size, and the Crystal Light brand (sold by Kraft) holds over 50% of this market. All mixes are sweetened with artificial sweeteners (aspartame, sucralose, or Ace-K), and some contain surprisingly high amounts of caffeine. Here is a complete list of energy drink mixes, ranked by caffeine content. Drink Calories Caffeine mg / fl oz EBOOST Workout Crusher Mi ..read more
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Complete Guide to Sugar Free Energy Drinks
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by Ted Kallmyer
2y ago
Sugar-free energy drinks fall into the following categories: Carbonated ready-to-drink cans from the big brands (Monster, Red Bull, Rockstar). Niche brands (with limited availability). Energy drink mixes (powdered sachets to mix in water). Workout supplements (highly caffeinated mixes). Most Popular: The Top 5 The biggest selling sugar-free energy drinks, as reported in the top energy drink brands. Red Bull Sugarfree CAFFEINE 80 mg CALORIES 10 PER SIZE 8.46 fl oz Sugar Free Red Bull is a zero sugar version of Red Bull Energy Drink. It is sweetened with aspartame and… MORE Mons ..read more
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Energy Drink Ingredients and What They Do
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by James Foster
4y ago
Energy drink companies are cramming all kinds of ingredients into their energy products. All these strange ingredients and what they supposedly do can be confusing for consumers. Here is a list of the most common energy drink ingredients and their reported effects on the human body. Top 5 Energy Ingredients According to the Innova Market Insights’ Database, these five energy drink ingredients are the most common. The chart below shows the percentage of new energy products in which each ingredient is found. According to one study, caffeine is the only ingredient that actually works. Participant ..read more
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Quite Possibly the Most Powerful Energy Drink Ever
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by James Foster
4y ago
With so many energy drinks on the market, officials and consumers alike are concerned with the amount of caffeine in energy drinks and shots. This has a lot to do with the reports of the recent deaths that have been blamed on energy beverages. One of our goals at Caffeine Informer is to educate the consumer about how much caffeine is in the beverages and products that fill the store shelves. Consumers can go to our Caffeine Database and find the most caffeinated drinks, but because there are a lot of drinks, in varying sizes and caffeine content we’ve made things easier. Based on caffeine/oun ..read more
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Top Selling Energy Drink Brands
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by James Foster
4y ago
Red Bull continues to dominate as the energy drink leader, but Monster has experienced huge growth in the last few years. The energy drink market continues to grow even in light of the tough economy and increased health scrutiny. However, the growth has slowed.  Soda sales have been declining steadily over the same period, while energy drink sales have been booming. Despite recent FDA scrutiny regarding the safety of these beverages, 2018 energy drink sales were up 4.1% compared to the same time period in 2017. However, the rate of growth in 2013 was 6.7%. src. Did your favorite energy drink m ..read more
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Energy Drinks With the Most Caffeine – 2019
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by James Foster
4y ago
Caffeine levels in some energy drinks can be very high. Often combined with large amounts of sugar, these energy drinks may pose a health risk. Research continues to show an increasing amount of negative impacts from large doses of caffeine and sugar. Recommendations for caffeine intake are up to 400mg a day, and no more than 200mg in a single dose. However for teens and children, daily caffeine intake should be no more than 3mg per kg of body weight. We’ve searched through our database of over 800 drinks to find the most caffeinated energy drinks. The list is in order of caffeine concentrati ..read more
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Energy Drink Side Effects
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by Ted Kallmyer
4y ago
Energy drinks can have potential side effects if not consumed responsibly or as directed. But, for some people, there is no safe amount. Because of the vast array of ingredients in Energy Drinks, it may make them more likely to produce side effects than beverages containing just caffeine alone. What’s worse, the safety of energy drinks has become a major issue as consumption has increased among children and teens.1 Top 10 Energy Drink Side Effects Recent research in Australia2 has highlighted the risks with over-consumption of energy drinks. This data was gathered from 7 years of calls to the ..read more
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Top 15+ Energy Drink Dangers
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by Ted Kallmyer
4y ago
The dangers associated with energy drinks are getting a lot of bad press because of the sheer volume of energy stimulating products in the marketplace and the ease of access to these by minors. While most energy drinks don’t have as much caffeine as a Starbucks’ coffee, they are heavily sweetened, have a host of other ingredients, and are easy to drink which appeals more to the younger demographic. Therefore, we are seeing increased incidents of those 18 and younger having dangerous side effects from consuming too many energy drinks at one time. We are also seeing health ramifications from c ..read more
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Death By Red Bull
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by James Foster
4y ago
Have people really died from too many Red Bull Energy Drinks? We could find no documented cases of death by only Red Bull alone. But, does almost count? Update: This just in. The first wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against Red Bull. Brooklyn Man’s Heart Stops After Drinking Red Bull 33-year-old Cory Terry died after he drank a Red Bull shortly after playing basketball. His family is suing Red Bull for 18 million dollars. Mr. Terry was an avid Red Bull drinker and had been drinking them for many years. His mother claims that he was very healthy and that Red Bull was responsible for his ..read more
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Documented Deaths By Caffeine
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by James Foster
4y ago
Fatalities from caffeine intake are rare. Deaths by energy drinks are rarer due to the large amount of liquid that would need to be ingested at one time. However people with underlying medical conditions could be more susceptible to caffeine overdose with smaller amounts than our caffeine calculator would illustrate. See also the coffee overdose calculator to check your safe levels. Tragically, people have died from too much caffeine, and here are some of the cases where caffeine was believed to cause of death. Death By Caffeine Pills Caffeine pills are dangerous as they deliver a huge dose of ..read more
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