The energy drink came from Japan was invented in the 1960s as a medicinal beverage for boosting energy and concentration. The formula was then improved to include caffeine and sugar, and both of these ingredients are present in most popular energy drinks known today. However, certain issues have been identified with these products, like the loads of unnecessary calories and sugars they contain, and the sugar crash they cause to the consumers. Moreover, there are concerns over the chemically formulated and genetically modified ingredients, too. So, health-conscious consumers turn to low-calorie organic energy drinks.
Energy drinks are consumed to get rid of feelings of being exhausted and lethargic fast, making them a convenient pick-me-up drink that is often more potent than a regular cup of coffee. They helps to keep you attentive and awake for longer periods of time, too, but not without the sugar crash that is waiting to happen when their effects start to go away. A low-calorie energy drink that is certified by the USDA and verified by the Non-GMO Project will provide you with the same benefits as regular energy drinks, without leaving you feeling more tired and sleepy than usual.
The ingredients of low calorie organic energy drinks set them apart from conventional energy-boosting beverages. They are certified organic, which means that they are made of organic produce that was grown, harvested, and processed following the USDA’s strict guidelines. So, you do not have to worry about artificial flavors and colors, ingredients you cannot pronounce, and preservatives, and synthetic energy-boosters. You get the sustainable energy boost from a combination of high-quality natural ingredients, such as guarana and yerba mate, lemon, orange, cranberries, ginger, and rosehip. A low-calorie energy drink has natural sweeteners coming from the organic fruits and ingredients like coconut sugar and cane sugar for the perfect, all-natural taste without the extra calories.