Top 10 healthiest energy drinks

1. FocusAid Clean Energy (12 Pack)

Focus Aid

PROS:
-No artificial sweeteners, uses organic agave nectar and organic stevia leaf extract for the perfect amount of sweetness

-Low in calories

-100 mg of natural caffeine that comes from yerba mate leaves

-Added vitamins and minerals: serves almost as a multivitamin as it provides 100% of the daily value for most nutrients.

-certified gluten-free option is certified vegan

CONS:
-Available in only two flavors

Zevia

PROS:
-Free from artificial colors and preservatives
-Zero sugar
-Available in a variety of tropical flavors: Raspberry Lime, Mango Ginger, Grapefruit, Kola, Pineapple Paradise, Strawberry Kiwi
-120 mg of organic caffeine per can that is sourced from green tea leaves
-sweetness comes from organic stevia leaf extract

CONS:
-Slight aftertaste from the stevia

Zoa

PROS:
-ProFantastic flavor assortment

-Zero sugar

-160 mg of caffeine from all-natural sources like green tea extract -Added vitamins and minerals "One can meets 100% of your daily vitamin C, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 needs too"

CONS:
-Contains sucralose

Nuun

PROS:
Convenient and compact solution
Great flavor variety
Informed Choice certified, meaning that the product has undergone rigorous checks and third-party testing.
blend of organic green tea, ginseng, B vitamins and electrolytes

CONS:
-Tablets take a few minutes to dissolve

Organic Amazon Energy

PROS:
-Low in calories and sugar

-USDA Organic

-Rich source of vitamin C (140% of your daily vitamin C needs)

antioxidant-rich acai berry and pomegranate and that this choice is USDA Organic

120 mg of caffeine come from green tea, yerba mate and guarana sources

CONS: -Contains erythritol, a type of sugar alcohol that may contribute to digestive issues

Rowdy

PROS:
- 5 calories per can
- Free from artifical colours and flavours
- Added vitamins and minerals
- Caffeine comes from green tea
- Sweetness comes from monk fruit and stevia
- Contains L-theanine, Vitamin C, and a variety of other electrolytes and minerals.

CONS:
-Contains erythritol, a type of sugar alcohol that may contribute to digestive issues

Kombucha

PROS:
- USDA Organic
- Contains live cultures
- Low in calories and zero sugar (claimed to ferment all sugar in brewing process)
- contains green coffee beans and ginseng
- raw kombucha as first ingredient

CONS: -Contains erythritol, a type of sugar alcohol that may contribute to digestive issues

Celsuis

PROS:
- low calories - 10 calories
- High caffeine from (1) green tea extract with EGCG ( a highly potent antioxidant found in green tea and matcha, that helps prevent free-radical damage and reduce inflamation) as well as (2) Guarana seed extract.
-highly accessible
-key vitamins and minerals like Vitamin C, Vitamin B
-includes Chromium which may help control hunger
-Includes Ginger root for flavor and digestion

CONS:

Clean

PROS:
fair trade yerba mate and USDA-certified organic ingredients

sparkling water for a refreshing alternative to coffee.

drinking this beverage supports a good cause (hence the brand name)—50 percent of the profits go to alcohol and drug addiction recovery programs.

CONS:
-Contains erythritol, a type of sugar alcohol that may contribute to digestive issues

Sources:

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/diet-nutrition/g39077926/healthy-energy-drinks/

https://honehealth.com/edge/nutrition/healthiest-energy-drinks/ 

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