I have come to the conclusion that non caffeinated energy drinks are absolutely a no-no. I am so against them because I am a huge fan of drinking coffee and tea. My point is that coffee and tea are an obvious source of the positive substances that we need to give our bodies to recharge.
This is another one of those things that makes me think there is either a conspiracy against me or that I am a person who is so sensitive to coffee and tea that I have no idea what I’m saying.
Like other people in this space, I am also a huge fan of energy drinks. I am the person who drinks a large bottle of water in the morning and then some energy drink before bed just so I can sip away at that caffeine and other bad effects. I also like the idea of having a few ounces of protein shake, and a small handful of dried fruit between meals, to get me through my day. These are all things I can do without.
This is a great question, and one that I’ve thought about a lot over the years. We know that caffeine and protein are not the only things that affect our energy. But caffeine and protein have been shown to be the best ways to increase your energy without increasing the size of your breakfast. For instance, you can take a small handful of blueberries or some protein powder and take a sip of tea or coffee.
There are a number of energy drinks on the market that claim to improve your energy and can actually be quite good, but one of the most common issues I see from people is that they can be very high in caffeine (which is itself a pretty good thing). If you have a strong appetite, or if you drink a lot of caffeine, you are going to feel a lot less energetic than someone who doesn’t drink, for instance.
Personally, I think that it is important to take care of your energy levels, but you also want to drink your coffee or tea in moderation. It’s also a good idea to not drink coffee or tea if you are taking antidepressants or are under the influence of any other drugs. Just because you can drink it, doesn’t mean you should. I’m not saying that you should drink it all by accident, but it is good to know what you are getting yourself into.
This one could be a touch overstating the facts, but caffeine is one of those things that people tend to get addicted to, and that is usually because they dont know when its time to stop. In my opinion, that is a great reason to avoid drinking coffee (and tea) if you are taking antidepressants or have drugs of any sort that may be affecting your ability to focus. Just because you can drink it, doesnt mean you should.
I dont want to sound like a grumpy old man, but I think you should learn the difference between energy drinks and coffee. Coffee is coffee, and energy drinks are also energy drinks.
Coffee is coffee, and energy drinks are energy drinks.