What You Should Know
E2 Voltage from BodyWell Nutrition is not longer being produced by the now defunct company. We found the supplement listed for sale on several websites, but only one admitted to the fact that then expiration date for the supplement was in 2009. Despite being out of date, the energy drink is still being sold for more than $5 once shipping and handling is added to the order. The dieter can choose any number of energy drinks in a local vitamin store for the same price or lower and not have to worry about drinking an out of date product.
The ingredient list for E2 Voltage was simple to locate, but it left a lot to be desired. Caffeine is the most effective ingredient in the formula and BodyWell Nutrition doesn’t bother to even list how much caffeine is supplied per bottle on some sites. According to one caffeine fiend website, there is 200 mg of caffeine in every 8 ounces of E2 Voltage.
List of Ingredients
- Beta Alanine
- Rhodiola Rosea
- Gingko Biloba
BodyWell Nutrition used to have an official website and a complete line of supplements. We have no idea what happened, but the last of the products sold by the company are being sold down by distributors who were left with some sort of stock. The E2 Voltage stock being sold by most companies online is out of date as of 2009. That means the product is at least three years past the expiration date and that is simply not safe. Unfortunately in the United States it is not illegal to sell outdated products. Most companies won’t bother touching out of dates, but clearly some companies are looking to make as much money as possible even if that means selling products that could be unsafe for human consumption.
- E2 Voltage contains caffeine.
- Caffeine is proven to boost energy and metabolism.
- E2 Voltage may increase weight loss.
- The company behind E2 Voltage is no longer in business.
- The stock currently being sold by supplement companies are out of date.
- BodyWell Nutrition is no longer producing new stock.
- The ingredients are included in a proprietary blend.
E2 Voltage looks a lot like energy drinks you can find in a vitamin shop, gas station or grocery store. The ingredient list is common, but all ingredients are proprietary. The total amount of caffeine is not listed so some dieters may notice feeling a bit jittery after taking the supplement.