Living Essentials Review

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Living Essentials Chaser 5 Hour Energy is a 2oz drink that promises five hours of energy without crashing. It is designed to provide energy without anxiety, jitters or other unpleasant side effects. The product doesn’t contain sugar and is mixed with plain water instead of carbonated water. It is supposed to be taken on an empty stomach to get the maximum effect. The company recommends taking one half bottle for moderate energy and one whole bottle for maximum energy. No more than two bottles should be taken to avoid the nervousness, sleeplessness, or occasional rapid heart rate that can occur from having too much caffeine.

Living Essentials Chaser 5 Hour Energy includes B vitamins which can help the brain be more alert and the body to metabolize energy faster. None of the vitamins found in the drink go over the maximum daily recommended intake, so the drink should be safe for most normal, healthy people.

List Of Ingredients

Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Sodium, “Energy Blend” (Taurine, Glucurolactone, Malic Acid, N-Acetyl, L-Tyrosine, L-Phenlanine, Caffeine, Citicoline, purified water, Natural and Artificial flavors, Sucralose, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate and EDTA.

Product Features

The drinks can be purchased in six packs for around $14.99, or separately for around $3.00. It comes in Berry, Lemon-Lime, Orange, Pomegranate and Grape. The strength levels include Original, Extra Strength and Decaf.

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Advantages

  • Easy to use.
  • Provides energy without jitters or crashing.
  • Can be used more than once a day.

Disadvantages

  • May not be good for those who are overly sensitive to caffeine.
  • Energy boost is only temporary.
  • Some may find the taste unpleasant.

Conclusion

Living Essentials Chaser 5 Hour Energy host promises to provide more energy than leading energy drinks, without the nervousness or anxiety that can result from ingesting too much sugar, as long as the recommended dosage is followed. The energy from the supplement comes from a mixture of B vitamins and caffeine, which are both known to increase awareness and promote concentration. The expected results are increased alertness, less grogginess and more energy. The drink can be taken quickly and doesn’t require refrigeration, although any remaining drink should be thrown away if it has been refrigerated in the open container for over 72 hours. Care should be taken to not drink too much of the product in one day. The small 2 oz drink can be swallowed in 1 or 2 gulps and claims to provide a long lasting burst of energy without the harsh crash that can happen with other stimulants. The product should not be used by pregnant or nursing women, or anyone under 12 years of age.

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    Genevieve Boudreaux

    Why was I charged for living essentials for $9.94 dated 05/13/2011

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