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A Natural energy drink that is good for teens

Updated on October 17, 2011

Energy drinks are all the rage with teens and young adults. There have been many studies done on the amount of energy drinks consumed by teenagers, about 7.6 million, 31 percent of the teenage population, say that they consume these drinks one a daily basis. This number has increased by one million teens a year in the last three years.

The worst of the news is that many of these teens abuse the energy drinks and not only use them for getting a slight boost of energy. Many teens have stated that they will guzzle down many energy drinks in a short period of time to get high. This is a big problem and unfortunately these teens do not realize how bad energy drinks really are for the body.

However, there are healthier alternatives for teens to use to get that extra boost of energy that they want and need. Super green energy drink mixes are perfect for the whole family and can be mixed with any kind of juice or water. These drinks can be used on the go whether the consumer is hiking, camping, skateboarding, biking or even swimming.

The great thing about super green energy drinks is that they are made of 100 percent natural ingredients, which make them completely healthy for everyone. These drink mixes contain many of the vitamins and minerals that are needed by the body. There is finally a safe and healthy way to get the boost energy teens need after a long and mind exhausting day at school.

If all teens used this these super green energy drinks there would be less obesity among the teenage population because they would have more energy to get up off the couch and go outside and get exercise apposed to playing video games all afternoon. Not only can teens use these drink mixes but younger children and adults can use them as well to get an extra boost that is usually needed in the afternoon.

So get your kids outside and exercising by giving them the energy they need to do so by using all natural super green energy drinks instead of caffeine and sugar. You will be thankful for this when you see how good it is for you and how well it works to boost energy after a long day at work or school. However, even though these drink mixes are good for you they should still never be abused. Just because something is good for you doesn't mean it is still good after large quantities are consumed.


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      beths nutrition 

      10 years ago

      My college experience trying to stay up late at night with energy drinks and caffeine (I didn't do it much, fortunately) was that I always felt terrible and I got very little done. I only tried it when it seemed like a complete necessity. Otherwise it was just too painful.

      I believe one of the problems with energy drinks for studying is that they don't give you mental energy at all. They just make you shakey and marginally awake. So you're awake but you can't focus (too jittery) or remember much in the morning. That's the biggest reason I stopped doing it, seemed like a wasted effort.

      It sounds like these drinks are different, and I like that. Teens should know that energy drinks won't really help them in the long run. They might not even help in the short run. Eating better and getting enough sleep are the real keys to staying energized and getting things done.


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