Teaching is a rewarding job, but it can also be mentally, emotionally, and physically draining. That’s why so many teachers turn to coffee and soda for a caffeinated pick-me-up.
Coffee and soda are great in small doses. But when a coffee habit becomes an addiction, drinkers may experience dehydration, chronic headaches, increased anxiety, and lack of sleep. Soda addiction comes with its own array of side effects, including heart disease, depression, diabetes, and fatty liver disease.
But it doesn’t have to be this way! With the Teacher Power Energy Drink, teachers get a powerful energy boost without the negative side effects of coffee and soda. A healthy coffee alternative, the Teacher Power energy drink is the perfect gift for any hardworking teacher.
Each Original Raspberry flavor has just 10 calories per serving. That’s over 87% fewer calories per serving than red Gatorade and over 92% fewer than Coca-Cola.
Even better, Teacher Power’s Strawberry Lemonade, Fruit Punch, and Black Cherry flavors have no calories per serving at all! Yet each refreshing flavor provides the powerful boost that teachers deserve.
The Teacher Power Sample Pack lets consumers sample all four flavors of our healthy and delicious energy drink. It is the best back-to-school gift for any teacher. Give the gift of vitality with the Teacher Power Energy Drink.
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By: Meg Bywater
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