Summertime Vibes with Raspberry Energy Drink

When I was a kid, there were several things my parents never bought from the store. This included applesauce, canned peaches, and above all: jam.  

My favorite was my mom’s homemade raspberry jam. I have fond memories of going out in the fields to pick raspberries and coming home to wash them and blend them into jam. After all that work, the taste of raspberry was (and still is) one of the sweetest in the world. 

If you love raspberry as much as I do and you want a natural energy source to help you get through the day, then Teacher Power’s new Original Raspberry energy drink is for you! 

Here are some of the benefits of Original Raspberry’s natural ingredients, its caffeine source, and how it compares to leading energy drinks. 

 

Original Raspberry’s Ingredients 

Original Raspberry is full of natural ingredients with a multitude of health benefits! With only 10 calories a scoop and natural flavoring, it provides healthy energy to power through your day. Here is the product information for a few of Original Raspberry’s superior ingredients: 

 

Guarana Extract 

Guarana Extract comes from the fruit of a Brazilian plant. Scientific studies have shown that guarana extract contains antioxidants (with the associated benefits). It reduces fatigue. Although more research is needed, there is evidence that guarana can support weight loss, heart health, and more! 

 

Yerba Mate Extract 

Yerba mate has several health benefits and is traditionally drank in South America as tea.  

Studies show that Yerba Mate helps improve focus and athletic performance (due to its caffeine content). It may also help prevent cancer and much more!  

 

Medium Chained Triglyceride Oils (MCT oil) 

MCT oil is a common supplement for athletes, but it can benefit anyone: athlete or not. MCT oil can help with weight loss by increasing feelings of fullness. It also has antibacterial properties. 

 

Caffeine Source 

Natural sources of caffeine include coffee beans, cocoa, and tea. Original Raspberry’s caffeine comes from green coffee beans which have more caffeine per serving than caffeine from green tea 

What separates green coffee beans from regular coffee beans? Green coffee beans are unroasted. Roasting coffee beans reduces the amount of chlorogenic acid. Chlorogenic acid has many health benefits, including its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. As studies progress, researchers have also found potential benefits from chlorogenic acid in aiding the prevention or treatment of disorders like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, cancer, and others. 

 

Original Raspberry Compared to Leading Energy Drinks 

Original Raspberry Teacher Power Energy Drink packs a great taste with significantly less sugar than other leading energy drinks.  

Take a second look at our nutrition label to confirm what your eyes are telling you. That’s right, Original Raspberry contains no sugar! 

In contrast, the original Monster Energy drink has 27g of sugar per 8 fl oz. Studies show that drinking highly sugared beverages is linked to obesity. Many leading energy drinks may be an okay once and a while option, but they aren’t the best for your long-term health.  

Some leading energy drink companies have made an effort to reduce the sugar content in their products. For example, Monster Rehab Lemonade only has 3g of sugar for 8 fl oz. But if you are drinking these often, that 3g per serving adds up quickly, making something with no sugar a superior energy option. 

Additionally, if you are looking for something with all-natural ingredients to help make your body feel crisp and clean, you won’t find it in leading energy drinks. Most contain an energy blend of man-made chemicals such as cyanocobalamin, which gives its vitamin B-12 content.   

In contrast, Original Raspberry is made up only of natural ingredients and gets its B-12 from methylcobalamin found in fish, eggs, and milk. 

 

Discover Teacher Power Energy Drinks 

If you are looking for an all-natural, healthy, badass energy drink to get you through your day, Teacher Power Energy Drinks has you covered. Besides the great taste, our Original Raspberry has a plethora of health benefits. By using Teacher Power Energy Drinks, you’re choosing the best option for your body. 

Teacher Power Energy Drinks’ great taste and natural ingredients will put a pep in your step! And our powder is so versatile, you could add a little extra punch by mixing it in iced tea.  Teacher Power products can be purchased on our website or on Amazon.com. 

 

Only 400 mg of caffeine is recommended daily. Please consume caffeine responsibly. Caffeine is not recommended for children, people sensitive to caffeine, pregnant women, or women nursing. 

The content of Teacher Power’s website is for information only, not advice or guarantee of outcome. Information is gathered and shared from reputable sources; however, Teacher Power is not responsible for errors or omissions in reporting or explanation. No individuals, including those taking Teacher Power products, should use the information, resources or tools contained within to self-diagnosis or self-treat any health-related condition. Teacher Power gives no assurance or warranty regarding the accuracy, timeliness or applicability of the content. 

 

By: Emeline Haroldsen 

 

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