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    bang energy drink

    I should probably start with hello. I am new to this forum and have found a lot of the information here as first rate.

    I was wondering if anyone has drank bang energy drinks. I have been drinking for a few months and I am hooked. It seems like not a lot of people are aware it exists. I find it to be superior to any of the energy drinks I have tried, and it seems to me, to be a healthier alternative to most energy drinks.

    Has anybody else tried it? I am no expert on suppliments, or energy drinks so I was curious what your thoughts might be on ingredients and claims of Creatine, BCAA Aminos, and COQ10.

    My favorite flavors are, Cotton candy,Champagne, Peach Mango.
    I am wanting to try Rootbeer.

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    lists caffeine with no dosage amount...AVOID

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    300 mg of caffeine per the label. You have to look at the warning message to see the caffeine content.

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    I like them but I have to sip slowly, not something I would or could drink daily. I prefer the original Kickstart's. 80MG of caffeine, B vitamins and only 80 calories.... Anything with zero calories typically makes me sick, something to so with the artificial sweetener...

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    Warning Label with Caffeine content

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    (weird place for caffeine content)

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    I sip on one a day. I am not a coffee drinker, and have cut soda out completely. I have very bad fatigue and do not think I could make it through a day without it.

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    300mg is an outrageous amount to consume. Amazon didn't show that label...probably a reason it's in a boxed warning like it is.

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    I wonder what I'd feel like after ingesting 300mg of caffeine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dobrien View Post
    I sip on one a day. I am not a coffee drinker, and have cut soda out completely. I have very bad fatigue and do not think I could make it through a day without it.
    Have you had your adrenals evaluated, your thyroid?
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    I am waiting on blood test results. I am in the process of getting consult with Defy.

    It says it is the equivalent to 3 cups of coffee. It takes me about 2 hours to finish it, and then I am good all day until around bedtime. No crash or anything. I know I wake up and my brain doesn't seem to work without it, as soon as I take a few swigs, my mind starts to clear.

    What I like about it is it feels clean. I don't feel like I am drugged or on a caffeine high, I just feel better with, then without. I went from 2 or 3 energy drinks (Monster, Rockstar) to just 1 can of Bang.

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    It seems to be growing in popularity in the bodybuilding/performance circle, and didn't see anyone on here mention it so I thought I would share and get some feedback.

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    That was a primary reason I moved away from manuf preworkouts and make my own so that I can control the caffeine content. I typically see things like this ingredients besides the caffeine, that IMHO aren't in any clinically effective dose(s) and its all about the caffeine, that's the only thing providing the zip.

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