What You Should Know
Most people find themselves needing a pick-me-up sometime throughout the day. Often, this moment of need comes in just the wrong situation–when they’re tied to their desk trying to get a report turned in, in the middle of an important meeting where the only thing available is water, or during a long car ride when no coffee shops are in sight. The makers of Forever Fizz seek to solve this problem and provide people with a constant source of energy.
Forever Fizz comes in tablet form. Tablet will dissolve in water. According to the company this drink is mango flavored and will offer as much energy as two cups of coffee.
List of Ingredients
Ingredients in Forever Fizz follow: Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Sodium, L Taurine, L Leucine, Panax Ginseng Root, Glucoronolactone, Dextrose, Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate, Natural Flavor, Malic Acid, Sodium Carbonate, Sucralose and Silicon Dioxide.
Although most people think of caffeine when they think of energy drinks, Forever Fizz does not contain caffeine. According to the company, this lack of caffeine eliminates an energy crash and thus makes their drink more desirable than others on the market. In place of caffeine Forever Fizz contains B vitamins–supposedly a natural energy booster, L Taurine–said to help the cardiovascular, muscle, and nervous system function, ginseng–which research says will improve endurance, and L Leucine–another ingredient to boost energy.
According to its official website, Forever Fizz costs $19.95. However, another source claims that most locations sell it for $28.50.
If Forever Fizz’s claims are to be believed, they may offer the next new thing in energy drinks. However, many people may feel their claims should not be believed. With the prevalence of energy drinks out there, one can only wonder what new benefits one more drink of this sort can offer. Also, some people may feel that, without caffeine, this drink has no positive energy effects. Those truly interested in Forever Fizz should probably give it a try, but they’ll likely discover it has no more positive benefits than other energy drinks or coffee.