Nutrition,Training

What’s wrong with energy drinks?15 Jan

According to this Healthcastle.com article, energy drinks should have no place in our diet, but sports drinks may. Sports drinks can replenish electrolytes and other nutrients after heavy exercise. Energy drinks, on the other hand, are often high in calories, sugars, caffeine, and sodium. A neat offering from this article: a good recipe for home-made sports drink!

Even better than sports drinks and energy drinks: Kay’s Naturals’ high-protein, low-carb, high-fiber snacks and cereals. And don’t let the “high-protein” label fool ya — no cardboard flavors here! Click here to check out varieties like Jalapeno Honey Mustard Pretzels and Crispy Parmesan Protein Chips.

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