If you’re wondering about a specific brand of energy drink, these posts are for you. Over the years I’ve reviewed a wide variety of caffeinated beverages. Some of them fit the energy drink stereotype. Many others do not. I hope you enjoy the Science Behind these different drinks and other caffeinated treats.
Blog Category: Energy Drink Reviews
What happens when you add energy drink ingredients to tea? When is tea more than “just tea”? When is green tea an energy drink? To find the answers, let’s look at a specific example. Let’s look at the Science Behind Marquis.
To say it was difficult getting good grades in high school while balancing competitive sports, family obligations etc. feels as silly as admitting I cried over a difficult physics exam. Now I laugh at my previous concept of “difficult” with the context of college, grad school, and adulthood. But balancing everything in high school was hard, and I was in high school during the early 2000s, before energy drinks and Starbucks took over the world. Then energy drinks came along, and I balanced two jobs while I was a full-time student in college, then two different jobs while I was in grad school. Caffeine changed my life in more ways than one, and I’ve been studying the science behind energy drinks since the day I declared myself a biochemistry major back in 2003.
The Energy Drink of the Month for June 2018 is FocusAid.
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