For most of us, caffeine is a normal part of life. Maybe it’s a cup of coffee or bubble tea during the morning commute, or an ice-cold energy drink after a hard workout. Whatever form of caffeine you consume, the goal is usually the same: To help you feel alert and keep up with the demands of our busy lives.
There has been a steady rise in caffeine consumption among the younger population. However, typical energy drinks and even coffee and tea drinks sold in cafés can contain anywhere from 50 to 500 milligrams of caffeine per serving, not to mention sometimes excessive sugar or artificial sweeteners, flavors, and colors.
People committed to a healthy lifestyle are often wary of energy drinks and the amount of caffeine and other ingredients they contain. However, caffeine isn’t inherently bad and can be a great addition to a healthy diet and pre-workout regimen, when used moderately and responsibly.
Effective and Purposeful: e+™
While energy drinks and shots may have garnered a bad rap, it doesn’t mean they cannot belong in a well-rounded diet. In contrast to other energy drinks on the market, e+ is a botanical beverage mix with naturally sourced caffeine from green tea and yerba mate. e+ contains an amount of caffeine comparable to a typical cup of coffee or two cups of premium tea to naturally keep you going throughout the day.