Benefits of B-Power Energy Drinks.
B-Power Energy drink is the healthiest beverage choice, If you’re looking for an energy boost, B-Power may help, and there’s some evidence that it may be beneficial to athletes. B-Power is also a good source of a number of vitamin B. If you drink energy drinks, talk to your doctor about risks and benefits specific to your health.
1. Get Your Bs
The regular, low-calorie B-Power Energy drink is a good source of four out of the eight B vitamins. One serving meets 100 percent of the daily value for vitamin B-12, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin B-6. The B vitamins work to get energy from the food you eat, and as water-soluble vitamins, they’re not stored in your body and you need a regular supply to meet your daily needs.
2. Energy Elevator
While the B vitamins help extract the energy from the food you eat, it’s probably the caffeine in the drink that gives you the boost of energy. One 8-ounce serving of the energy drink has 80 milligrams of caffeine. For comparison, an 8-ounce cup of coffee has anywhere from 130 milligrams to 240 milligrams of caffeine.
Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant, which is how it gives you that boost of energy. Most adults can handle up to 400 milligrams of caffeine without feeling any adverse effects such as nervousness, irritability or upset stomach.
3. Athletic Performance
Drinking an energy drink, such as B-Power Energy drink, 10 minutes to 60 minutes before you exercise may improve overall athletic performance, including focus, alertness, and endurance, according to a 2013 position statement on energy drinks from the International Society of Sports Nutrition. ISSN reports that the carbs and caffeine in the drinks are responsible for the improvement. However, ISSN also notes that energy drinks are not appropriate for every athlete because of their high sugar content and the effects they may have on blood sugar and insulin levels.
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