Simply the Best Energy Drink

Teacher Power: Simply the Best Energy Drink

Energy Powers Life

The sun powers plants to grow. Plants power animal life. Coal, natural gas, wind, water, and sun all power the electrical grid. Wood and oxygen power the heat coming off of a wood stove. Every power source has its advantages and disadvantages.

The sun, wind, and water are considered clean power sources. However, they are unreliable power sources. Recently, Texas found out the hard way how unreliable sun and wind power can be. If sun and wind are the only power sources you have to heat your home, you don’t have any heat if it has been a cloudy and windless week.

Burning fossil fuels or using a wood stove to heat your home is reliable, but they release a small amount of carbon and nitrogen oxide gas. These gases can create unhealthy environmental conditions like smog.

In the end, regardless of the heat source whether the sun or fossil fuel, everyone needs heat to stay warm and healthy during the winter. Consumption choices are a balancing act based on what is most important to you.

What is most important to you when choosing an energy drink?

Whether a person didn’t sleep well last night or they are looking for an afternoon pick me up or a pre-workout energy shot, everyone experiences times when they need an energy boost.

Instead of just grabbing one of the many energy drinks available on the market, take some time to consider the advantages and disadvantages of each one. Your long-term satisfaction is at stake.

What is the most important thing to you when selecting an energy drink? Is it the:

  • Cost?
  • Simple Healthy Ingredients?
  • Energy Boosting Ingredients?
  • Amount of Caffeine?
  • Calories?
  • Grams of Sugar?
  • Where it is manufactured?
  • Taste?
  • Convenience?
  • Or if it Fits Your Style?

Your energy drink options run the gamut from natural energy options like a cup of coffee or yerba mate to heavily processed ones like 5-Hour Energy that comes in a twelve-flavor variety pack.

Comparing Various Energy Drinks on the Market

We provide a stark comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of several energy drink options. We tabulated four different energy drink options for you to compare with the simplicity of Teacher Power Energy Drink.

If you are interested in additional energy drink comparisons, please see Teacher Power’s blog. We have a Starbucks review and a general review.

Pros and Cons

A comparison table is extremely helpful to visualize the pros and cons of various energy drink options and determine what matters most to you as a consumer. The number of energy drink brands is almost endless. The choices inside a brand seem limitless, too, with numerous flavors and reduced calories or sugar-free options.

Once you determine what matters most to you this simple exercise can help you determine if an energy drink brand is the right one for you.

Cost

If you are independently wealthy, cost isn’t a factor at all. However, if you are on a budget, especially a teacher’s salary, cost matters. Teacher Power Energy Drink powder mix costs only $0.36 per serving.

How much caffeine do you want?

Of course, you want to choose a healthy energy drink to help increase your alertness and productivity, but do you really want one with high caffeine content? Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system. It helps increases alertness and focus, and may increase both physical strength and endurance. However, a regular caffeine user builds tolerance to caffeine.

Once a caffeine tolerance is built, it takes increasingly higher doses for the user to get the same stimulating effects. Tolerance can build to the point that the only effect caffeine has is to stay awake. Caffeine enters the bloodstream within fifteen minutes of ingesting and takes up to ten hours to completely clear out of the body. Do you want to be regularly using a product with 200 mg of caffeine or more?

Weight Management

Do you need or want extra calories from added sugar? A sugar buzz boosts energy levels for only forty-five minutes to an hour by drastically raising blood glucose levels. Within an hour, the rush collapses causing a severe energy crash.

After a blood glucose crash, you are left craving more sugar. Sugar and glucose are full of empty calories containing little to no nutrients and are stored by the body as fat.

Taste

The more chemicals a drink has in it, the more it is going to taste like chemicals. Try googling Energy Drink Flavor Reviews. You might be enticed to try a new brand, or the thought of a slight chemical after taste might keep you searching for something better.

Teacher Power Energy Drink comes in three classic, simple flavors: Black Cherry, Fruit Punch, and Strawberry-Lemonade.

Convenience

You can purchase energy drinks in bulk and store them at home. They taste best when served cold. If you purchase in bulk, you have to find a way to keep the drink cold as go about your day. If you are a teacher, that could be problematic especially when teaching young children.

If you purchase single-serving energy drinks at a convenience store, you have the inconvenience of going out to purchase them. And the cost per serving for an energy drink goes up by almost twice the amount as buying it in bulk from a distributor.

The small size of 5-Hour Energy’s and Proper Wild’s bottles makes for a convenient, quick energy boost that can be kept in a purse, backpack, or desk drawer.

Teacher Power Energy Drink is a powder mix that comes in a convenient tub with a small measuring scoop. It is easy to pack a water bottle filled with ice to work, scoop in your desired amount, mix, and enjoy in any location or teaching situation.

Does it Fit Your Lifestyle?

Does your energy drink meet your needs, your convictions, and your budget? We invited you to try Teacher Power Energy Drink to discover if it fits your lifestyle. Teacher Power Energy Drink can be conveniently purchased on our website or on Amazon.com.

 

Article by Miss Jae

 

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Sources:

“Caffeine: How to Hack it and How to Quit it.” Cleveland Clinic. 2020. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/15496-caffeine-how-to-hack-it-and-how-to-quit-it



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