Celebrities, athletes, fitness professionals and influencers have embraced the glowing drink on the streets, in the gym and even on the red carpet. This can is certainly worth its weight in gold.
But what makes NEON a real power player in the energy drink market? It’s not just the tropical taste, delightful fizz or glow factor. We’re taking a closer look at NEON’s nutritional profile to put you in the know. After all, knowledge is power. The more you understand about the benefits of drinking NEON, the better equipped you’ll be to promote the official energy drink of summer.
It’s All in the Tea… Leaves
One can of NEON weighs in at just 100 calories with only 5 grams of sodium. Still with us? Good. One of the greatest benefits of replacing your regular energy drink or coffee with NEON is that you get caffeine derived from green tea extract—100 milligrams per serving to be exact—without the crash.
Green tea comes from the same tea plant as black and oolong teas, Camellia sinensis, and is a powerful fat burner chock full of antioxidants that help reduce the formation of cell damaging free radicals.
According to WebMD, green tea has between eight and 10 times the antioxidant power in terms of polyphenols (type of antioxidant) than fruits and vegetables and is a rich source of another type of antioxidant—flavonoids.
Some studies have shown that green tea may support a healthy metabolism, weight-loss and even the appearance of improved skin. Consuming moderate amounts of caffeine derived from green tea can help decrease feelings of fatigue; increase energy levels and enhance physical, motor and cognitive performance.
Natural Sugars and Vitamins
NEON Energy Drink contains natural sugars from 24% fruit juice from concentrate. This tropical tasting elixir boasts a refreshing, fruit infused blend of prickly pear, passion fruit, blueberry, raspberry, strawberry, cherry and cranberry juices from concentrate in purified sparkling water.
Bonus—NEON contains 7 essential B vitamins that promote energy and help support brain function. Centuries old gotu kola (Centella asiatica) is additionally known to combat fatigue and enhance mental acuity and memory.
Just reading the research makes us feel like we’ve gained IQ points—not to mention the kind of mental clarity we experience when drinking NEON on the regular. Have you had yours today? Get the good stuff HERE.