Best Energy Drinks Of All Time? I’ll be the judge…

Energy drinks serve the consumer with the purpose to provide both mental and physical stimulation.  All energy drinks contain a stimulant drug, known as caffeine. Along with caffeine energy drinks also contain sugars, amino acids, and herbal extracts. The consumption of energy drinks has a variety of effects on our health. I did my methodology report over the following energy drinks: Monster, Red Bull, NOS, AMP, and Xyience. I ranked the drinks based on appearance, nutrition, and taste.

First, Red Bull appearance on the shelf is appealing as there are two red bulls butting heads in front of a gold spot, which can be interpreted as the sun. The company’s slogan “Red Bull gives you wings” deceived its customers by promising them increased concentration and reaction speed. Also, the brands advertising suggested that it is a better source of energy than a cup of coffee, while the fact Red Bull contains the same amount of caffeine or even less as a cup of coffee. The color scheme “red and gold” is what makes the logo recognizable on the shelves. Red Bulls nutrition aspects according to FoodFacts.com is ranked with the letter grade of an “F” due to being high in sugar, high in sodium, contains multiple controversial ingredients, source of Pantothenic Acid, low in calories, source of Niacin, source of Vitamin B12, source of B6, and contains both naturally occurring vitamins and minerals. In my opinion, Red Bull tastes like a sweet tart.

In second, NOS appearance on the shelf takes your eye as the word “NOS” refers to Nitrous Oxide. The “N” in the word “NOS” points to the top of the bottle taking your attention to the word, “High Performance.” NOS nutrition aspects according to FoodFacts.com is ranked with the letter grade of an “F” due to being high in sodium, high in sugar, contains multiple controversial ingredients, the source of vitamin B6 and low in calories. In my opinion, NOS tastes like passion fruit with a bit of a tang.

In third, Monster appearance on the shelf catches the eyes of consumers as the logo appears to be the claws of a monster. However, the true meaning behind the symbol is Hebrew for 666, hence their slogan, “unleash the beast.”  As for the actual word “monster” pay attention to the “o” realize the line going across the “o” it’s a cross. Furthermore, when you tip the can upside down to take a drink the cross is then upside down making a Satanic symbol.  The nutrition aspects according to FoodFacts.com is ranked with the letter grade of an “F” due to being high in sodium, high in sugar, and has multiple controversial ingredients, contain naturally occurring vitamins and minerals and is low in calories.  In my opinion, Monster tastes like mango juice.

In last place, AMP appearance on the shelf can appeal to customers the word “AMP” is all capitalized and there seems to be a flame above the word. The nutrition aspects according to FoodFacts.com is ranked with the letter grade of an “F” due to being high in sodium, containing multiple controversial ingredients and is low in calories. In my opinion, AMP tastes like a weak strawberry limeade.

In conclusion, energy drinks have its effects on our health. First, vitamin B is good for health, however, too much vitamin B can be harmful.  Another, high levels of taurine can cause low blood pressure. As well as, ginseng, gingko biloba, and guarana are safe when consumed on their own, however, when combined with caffeine and sugar it can become dangerous. Finally, too much caffeine can lead to feeling fatigued.

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