Sugary, processed energy drinks are unhealthy. We've compiled a list of natural energy drinks. Our roundup includes homemade recipes and pre-packaged items.
This simple recipe makes Gatorade without artificial colours or sweeteners. It contains coconut water, which has more potassium than Gatorade.
This small plant-powered product uses moringa, the latest superfood craze. Moringa's leaves, roots, and seeds promote health in Asia and Africa. It's available as a liquid shot or powdered supplement.
This cherry lemonade-flavored drink contains hydrating coconut water and energising green tea. The recipe is easy to follow and make at home. At 119 calories per serving, you get the benefits of a store-bought drink without the unnatural stimulants and sugar.
Cherry Energy Drink
This Amazon-inspired drink is available in health and grocery stores and online. 100% vegan and organic acai energy drink! Diet has 60 calories, half of a Red Bull. Naturally sweet, lightly carbonated, and with two espresso shots' worth of caffeine, you won't feel deprived.
Matcha's caffeine content, green colour, and mild taste have made it popular. This homemade matcha drink contains water, honey, matcha powder, and lime juice. It's quick and natural energy booster.
Matcha-based energy drink
Certified organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, and sodium-free. Natural cane sugar and coconut sugar, no artificial sweeteners. Dark Dog has fun flavours like blood orange. Why? It contains 100% of the daily recommended B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, and C.
Energy drink Dark Dog
This healthy, homemade energy drink is all-natural. Hydration, immunity boost, anti-inflammatory properties, and antioxidants are included. The recipe has few ingredients for maximum ease.
Cranberry-based energy drink