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There are many brands and types of energy drinks available on the market today that are very popular, especially amongst teenagers and athletes, because they provide additional amounts of energy and stamina which are much needed for a better performance in those busy lifestyles. The Monster drink is one of the most popular energy drinks and it was introduced in 2002 by the company called Hansen Natural. It is very efficient in providing the human body with increased levels of stamina, physical endurance and energy.

Monster Drink Ingredients

Monster drink is the energy drink of choice for a large number of shift workers, college students and athletes the world over. It is a citrus based drink which can be purchased in 16 or 25 oz cans. Each 16 oz can should be a sufficient serving for up to two individuals. The most popular types of Monster energy drinks include Monster M-80 which contains tropical juice, Monster Khaos which contains fruit juice, Monster Java which contains milk and coffee, Monster Lo Carb Energy which contains low amounts of sugar and Monster Assault. The essential ingredient of all different types of Monster energy drinks is caffeine. Other ingredients of Monster energy drinks include sucrose, Cyanocobalamin, glucose, glucuronolactone, carbonated water, inositol, citric acid, natural flavors, ascorbic acid, pyridoxine hydrochloride, taurine, guarana seed extract, l-carnitine, riboflavin, panax ginseng root extract, Niacinamide and sodium chloride.

Monster Drink Nutrition Facts

Consuming a can of Monster energy drink provides the same effect as consuming 3 cups of coffee. A serving of 8 oz of a Monster energy drink contains 100 calories, 1000 milligrams of taurine, 27 grams of total carbohydrates (9 percent of daily value), 200 milligrams of panax ginseng, 27 grams of sugar, 180 milligrams of sodium (8 percent of daily value), 1.7 milligrams of vitamin B2 (100 percent of daily value), 6 micrograms of vitamin B12 (100 percent of daily value), 20 milligrams of vitamin B3 (100 percent of daily value) and 2 milligrams of vitamin B6 (100 percent of daily value).

Monster Drink Side Effects

Consuming Monster energy drinks can have certain side effects, mostly due to the fact that it contains significant amounts of caffeine. They could include insomnia, heart diseases, headaches, miscarriage, high blood pressure, infertility, low blood sugar level, osteoporosis, jitters and heart palpitations.

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