The Most Popular Organic Energy Drinks and Health Benefits

Research has shown that organic energy drinks are actually better for you than the more common energy drinks, which are often full of sugar, and pose a risk due to the high levels of sugars and salt that are found in them. Interestingly enough though, energy drinks are becoming the staple of something we turn to in order to keep us going every day, and people are not fully aware of the differences between the organic energy drinks and the standard processed drinks that are marketed, such as Red Bull. With our lives getting busier and more hectic by the minute, some people have turned to energy drinks to keep up with the fast pace of everyday life. As more people begin consuming energy drinks there has been a rising demand for natural or organic energy drinks since most of the common energy drinks contain high amounts of sugar and other ingredients. If you want to try an energy drink then your best option just might be an organic energy drink because of the possible benefits.

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GURU has become one of the most well-known organic energy drinks on the market and is one of the healthiest energy drinks you can buy. GURU energy drinks contain no artificial preservatives, no artificial vitamins and no sugar. GURU energy drinks contain only real organic fruit juices, organic sugar, green tea and is certified to be 100 percent organic. You can get GURU at your local retail store for about $10 and can also buy it on their website.

STEAZ Energy is also a great choice if you are looking for an all-natural energy drink. This energy drink contains 100 milligrams of natural caffeine as well as Ceylon Green Tea which is one of the best types of green tea in the world. This energy drink also has in it Acai which contains very good antioxidants and amino acids as well as omega vitamins. Antioxidants are very important for your body because they can help build up your immune system, which essentially helps keep you healthy, and wards off infections or viruses such as the common cold. People who have a poor immune system will often get sick and feel lethargic and weak, because it is the driving force of keeping you healthy and free from diseases. The Steaz energy drinks all 100 percent organic and do not use ingredients that have been contaminated by harmful insecticides or other pollutants. You can get Steaz energy drinks at your local grocery store for about $20 or at various online stores, they cost more than most other organic energy drinks but are worth the cost.

Syzmo is another great option if you are looking for organic energy drink choices. Syzmo was the first energy drink product to be certified 100 percent organic and it is made from organic agave blue nectar. Syzmo does not use any preservatives or artificial colors and is one of the best natural energy drinks on the market. Syzmo is made with mostly fructose sugar which is a more filling sugar compared to granulated sugar. Syzmo uses ingredients such as guarana, yerba mate and caffeine in their product to make it one of the best sources of natural energy. You can find Syzmo energy drinks at your local grocery store or health food store as well as in many different online stores for about $10.


Sambazon is also a great choice for an all-natural energy drink and is made from Acai which is a natural energy supplement. Sambazon is a great source of antioxidants and it contains acai, acerola, guarana, verba mate and vitamin C. This energy drink provides 100 percent organic energy as well as 80 milligrams of natural caffeine per bottle. Sambazon is one of the best natural energy drinks because it is a high source of antioxidants and contains a lot of omega properties. Sambazon is available in your local health food store or grocery store and it will cost you about $20 for a pack.

Cell-nique is also a great option for someone looking for an organic energy drink. Cell-nique is a good energy drink because it is a vegetable-based energy drink that is certified organic using over 31 organic products. This energy drink contains vegetables, fruits and plant botanicals that help promote cleansing and energy. This energy drink is very high in antioxidants and omega minerals and is one of the most organic and rich energy drinks on the market. You can get Cell-nique at your local health food store or retail store for about $30 per case.

What are the Benefits of Organic Energy Drinks?

Overall, there is a great benefit to using organic energy drinks compared to regular energy drinks. Most of these organic energy drinks contain high levels of of green tea, antioxidants and also various omega ingredients. There are many different health benefits to drinking organic energy drinks since they are so high in natural plant extract and vegetables and they ensure no pesticides are used in their products. Natural energy drinks contain many different vitamins and minerals that promote a healthier lifestyle and they are natural energy boosting products. When you take an organic energy drink you are getting only natural caffeine and natural sugars so you do not have those artificial flavorings and preservatives. If you want to start using an energy drink, it seems that organic energy drinks are the way to go. The only bad thing about organic energy drinks are that the prices are higher than that of just a regular energy drink due to the natural process of gathering the ingredients. There are no factory-processed ingredients so the price is higher due to the more in-depth process to make the natural energy drinks. Natural energy drinks also are great because they contain organic fruit juices which mean there is no real threat of a sugar-rush which is something that occurs often in other energy drinks. If you do not mind spending a little bit more for organic energy drinks then they would be the best way to go and the best way to get the most health benefits.




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Jeanne Rose lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has been a freelance writer since 2010. She took Allied Health in vocational school where she earned her CNA/PCA, and worked in a hospital for 3 years. Jeanne enjoys writing about science, health, politics, business, and other topics as well.

9 COMMENTS

  1. What research? Do you have an actual link to a scientific study? All of those “energy” drinks are basically colored sugar water, organic or not.

    • I cracked up when it said “GURU energy drinks contain no artificial preservatives, no artificial vitamins and no sugar. GURU energy drinks contain only real organic fruit juices, organic sugar, green tea and is certified to be 100 percent organic”.
      So, they don’t contain sugar, but they do contain organic sugar. Yeah, those are 2 completely different things.

      • Ya, because it’s the organic sucrose that gives you the sugar rush and crash. And that’s more natural and awesome than other sugar rushes and crashes.

        Not that high-fructose stuff. Even though fructose is what you consume when you eat an apple or a peach.

        • You only get the rush if you snort or inject the non-organic sucrose. The organic stuff can be ingested the natural way.
          BTW, what’s this thing with some guy in IA that petitioned for a special label to sell his ractopamine free hogs? Is he, um, looking to get beaten and left for dead in a ditch or something?

          • Ractopamine is just another anti-modern ag thing.

            There is a little cottage pork producing industry in Iowa. Like raising Berkshire hogs. Raised outdoors, because they think that’s good. That’s fine, but there’s a reason why the pork industry bred out the Berkshires 50 years ago. People wanted pork to be nice and white when it was cooked. And pork production was moved indoors for animal welfare.

            You want to see animal cruelty? I can show you people that are abusing hogs and keeping them in hoop houses. Where probably 10% will die in the winter and 10% will die in the summer because of weather. But as long as you can sell for twice the price, it’s all good, right?

            Heritage Berkshire pigs make fatty red meat. It’s not good. By the time you cook the blood out of an old Berkshire pork chop, it’s dried out and nasty. It’s nasty like grass-fed beef is nasty. It just doesn’t taste good or have a good texture. Plain and simple

            For whatever reason, there’s a cottage industry where people with more money than sense want to reinvent the livestock wheel, while snapping pics with their IPhone6 and posting to Instagram.

            I don’t get it.

          • I only bring up the ractopamine because of the knucklehead in IA, Tendergrass Farms, petitioned the FDA for his own label. And he smugly admits that it is going to anger the other pork producers. Like, seriously, you’re looking to rile the pork producers in IA? Good way to get shot buddy.
            Berkshire hogs are all the rage in CA, apparently. You’re right on the money, people with more money than sense.The big thing here in the south is wild hog. You couldn’t pay me to eat the meat from a wild hog in Florida. Sorry, when you butcher an animal and worms are pouring out, you shouldn’t be eating it. There are people that the state actually calls to clean up a fresh killed hog off the road after car wrecks. The state saves money by not having to deal with it and country bumpkins get a free meal.

      • Yeah, that silly statement was the first thing that caught my eye – I guess “organic” sugar has no calories. And the amount of actual fruit juice and green tea is so small it is a joke.

      • Think that was a typo. They contain organic cane sugar. The light version GURU Lite is sweetened with Stevia and monk fruit.

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