Crunk Energy Review
What You Should Know
The maker of Grey Goose Vodka, Sidney Frank, created Crunk Energy in 2004. Additional support lent to the brand launch included musician Lil’ Jon. The term crunk is associated with a style of music made popular by Lil’ Jon. This type of music has driving beats and uses various instrumentations. This style of music transcends into Crunk Energy. The beverage is intended to deliver a powerful punch, invigorate the mind, as well as a kick of energy throughout the day. The makers of the beverage claim Crunk Energy contains all natural ingredients.
List of Ingredients
- High Fructose Corn Syrup
- Citric Acid
- Sodium Lactate
- Natural Flavors
- Black Carrot Extract
- Pomegranate Juice
- Magnesium Lactate
- Ascorbic Acid
- Vitamin E Acetate
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B5
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
Herbal Proprietary Blend:
- Horny Goat Weed
- Grape Seed Extract
- White Willow Bark
- Milk Thistle
- Acai Berry Extract
Crunk Energy is a beverage designed to invigorate the mind, refresh the body, replenish vitamins and nutrients and provide sustained energy throughout the day. The beverage contains all natural ingredients, but none of the ingredients are clinically proven to ignite weight loss. The beverage contains ingredients such as ginseng, Guarana and B vitamins. In fact, there is no information relating to the effectiveness of the ingredients. What we do know is several ingredients are considered diuretics. When combining stimulants and diuretics, you may lose weight, but the long-term effects are not known.
Finding Crunk Energy is a different story. On the official website, there is limited information relating to the beverages. The only information listed on the website relates to the flavors, grape, pomegranate, mango-peach and citrus. There is also a list of ingredients on the website. We were looking for the exact amount of the ingredients in each serving, but the information was not available. In the event you want to purchase the drink, you will have a difficult time. The product is not available on the official website. We did notice Crunk Energy was available on third party ecommerce sites for approximately $40 for a case of 12 or $3.33 per can. This is comparable to similar energy beverages.
- Product information is available on the official website.
- The ingredient list is available on the website.
- Crunk Energy is available in a variety of flavors.
- The beverage is relatively inexpensive.
- The beverage is not available on the official website.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The claims are not supported by clinical trials or scientific research.
If you want a flavored beverage containing unproven ingredients, Crunk Energy is the ideal choice. The ingredients may be all natural, but there is limited information relating to the effectiveness of the beverage. When you do find Crunk Energy, the cost will not break the bank.