What You Need To Know About Energy Drinks?

Updated: Apr 8, 2021





Energy drinks do exactly as their name implies - giving you an additional and instant burst of energy. Fitness and Sports routine in your active life adds to better metabolism and keeps your body fit.


Generally the additional burst of energy comes essentially from the addition of caffeine and other ingredients which increases the stamina and boosts overall performance. Energy drinks are generally used by athletes and/or anyone else who needs an extra kick of energy.


People generally get confused between Sports Drink and Energy Drinks. While Sports drink is used by sport enthusiast or any other individual to get necessary electrolyte in form of sodium, magnesium and potassium which one looses in form of sweat. Sports drink generally provide carbohydrates in a form that can help sport enthusiast to work out extensively.


Energy drinks on the other hand can be a good source of instant burst of energy. Experts suggest that a sustainable small quantity of caffeine before any sport can enhance ability to work out. The ingredients that one should watch out for while buying an energy drink is – - CAFFEINE: - SUGAR: Though Sugar content.


Taurin is an amino acid that occurs naturally in body. It is mainly stored in eye, brain, heart and muscles. It’s found naturally in meat, seafood and milk. Taurine is generally categorized as an essential amino acid. Taurin used in supplements and energy drinks is synthetic and not from animal sources....So it is suitable for vegans too.


Taurine found in our organs generally help in maintaining proper hydration and electrolyte balance in your cells, Regulating minerals such as calcium within your cells and supporting functions of nervous system - B VITAMINES AND OTHER ADDITIVES: B-vitamins have the ability to improve mood and even fight heart disease and cancer (subject to Doctor’s prescription), but the amount contained in energy drink isn’t enough to have any meaningful effect.


By - 360activeliving




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