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Unived RRUNN Pre Instant & Sustained Energy, 0.250 kg Orange

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Product Details

  • 25g high Gl carbohydrates
  • 16g low Gl carbohydrates
  • Non spiking & easy on the stomach
  • 100% vegan and gluten-free
Sold by: Unived Healthcare Products Pvt Ltd.
General Traits
Protein per Serving 0 g
Number of Servings 6
Serving Size 42 g
Vegetarian/Non-Vegetarian Vegetarian
Weight 0.250 kg
Price per Unit 1200.0
Additional Information
Flavour Orange
Concern Energy
Form Powder
Gender Unisex
Packaging Box
Other Traits
Product Code/UPC 8908008029134

Unived RRUNN Pre Instant & Sustained Energy

Who Should Consume

Energy drinks are preferred by sportspersons who go through long hours of exercise sessions, and people who need an extra shot of energy to get through a long and busy day. These drinks help a lot at the time of heavy training sessions, and when you feel lazy and sluggish after the lunch hour. Under the influence of energy drinks, the human brain may cause changes in the mood and behaviour. Athletes who consume energy drinks increase muscle activity for motor skills.

Energy drinks are also effective if you want to lose some weight. These drinks provide a spike in metabolic activities due to the presence of caffeine in them. Caffeine suppresses unwanted and untimely hunger pangs, and aids in burning calories at a fast rate.

How Much

Consumption of energy drinks depends on the amount of caffeine present in them. On average, 300 mg of caffeine is enough to be consumed by a normal adult in a day. However, children, and pregnant and lactating women must consult a doctor before consuming any energy drink. 

As the name indicates, an energy drink boosts up the energy level of your body. It relieves you from fatigue and increases alertness. Energy drinks are preferred commonly by both athletes and the general public. It is the presence of caffeine and carbs in these drinks that enhance your energy. Carbs provide nutrient energy and caffeine stimulates the central nervous system. If an energy drink says “caffeine free”, then the energy comes from guarana extract present in it.

What Do Energy Drinks Contain?

Few common ingredients found in energy drinks are caffeine, Taurine, L-carnitine, B vitamins, ginseng and guarana.

Almost all energy drinks contain caffeine as a major ingredient. Caffeine benefits by having a stimulatory effect on the central nervous system. It enhances your energy and stamina, and keeps you mentally alert. However, it is important to keep a check on your caffeine intake as it may cause headache, nervousness and increased heart rate.

Many energy drinks contain the added benefits of certain herbal ingredients like ginseng and guarana. These herbal extracts enhance the mental and workout performance. They increase the feeling of stamina and overall well-being. The energy drinks that claim to be free of caffeine contain guarana extract as their stimulatory ingredient to boost up the energy level.

Even the serious bodybuilders and athletes who take care of their diet must ensure that they are not lacking vitamins in their diet. Most energy drinks contain B vitamins, like niacin, thiamine, cobalamin, etc. These vitamins are believed to improve the body’s metabolism and stimulate the mental functions.

Taurine is another ingredient commonly found in energy drinks. It helps in the neurological development, and helps regulate the mineral salts and water levels in the blood. Some studies suggest that the combination of taurine and caffeine build up the energy level.

Some energy drinks also contain carnitine, an amino acid responsible for increasing the energy level and improving metabolism.

How do Energy Drinks Work?

Energy drinks increase the electrolyte content in your body, which aids in the replenishment of energy. 

Caffeine in the energy drinks acts by immobilising the effects of adenosine, a chemical that is involved in sleep. This leads the liver to release extra sugar into the bloodstream to supply the body with more energy. It also gives the body an instant adrenaline rush. All of this leads you to feel energised. Caffeine affects the pleasure center of the brain, which might make you feel as if you have more energy and hence you get work done at a fast pace. It also provides you with a sense of relaxation.

Possible Effects of Energy Drinks

Energy drinks are increasingly becoming a favourite among sportspersons who go through long hours of exercise sessions, and people who need an extra shot of energy to get through a long and busy day. These drinks help a lot at the time of gruelling training sessions, and when you feel lazy and sluggish after the lunch hour. Under the influence of energy drinks, the human brain may cause changes in the mood and behaviour. Athletes who consume energy drinks increase muscle activity for motor skills. Once you consume an energy drink, you might feel more alert, which helps you achieve your goal faster than usual. This is also a result of the increased secretion of adrenaline in the body.

It is believed that energy drinks are also effective if you want to lose some weight. These drinks provide a spike in metabolic activities due to the presence of caffeine in them. Caffeine suppresses unwanted and untimely hunger pangs, and aids in burning calories at a fast rate.

To sum up, energy drinks are safe and should be taken in moderate amounts together with a healthy, balanced diet. Also, it is important to measure your total caffeine intake in a day, including caffeine from other sources as well, since caffeine should be consumed in limited quantity to avoid any side effects.

Q. What exactly is an energy drink?

An energy drink boosts up the energy level of your body. It relieves you from fatigue and increases alertness. Energy drinks are preferred commonly by both athletes and the general public. The presence of caffeine and carbs in these drinks enhances your energy. Carbs provide nutrient energy and caffeine stimulates the central nervous system. If an energy drink says “caffeine free”, then the energy comes from guarana extract present in it.

Q. What are the ingredients present in energy drinks?

Some of the common ingredients that may be present in healthy energy drinks include ephedrine (an ingredient commonly found in weight loss products), taurine (regulates muscle contractions and heart beats), B vitamins (help utilise sugar as a fuel), guarana and ginseng extracts (act as an energy source), Ginkgo biloba (believed to enhance memory), and creatine (an amino acid that provides energy).

Q. How do the ingredients in energy drinks play a role in enhancing the energy?

Caffeine benefits by having a stimulatory effect on the central nervous system. It enhances your energy and stamina, and keeps you mentally alert. However, it is important to keep a check on your caffeine intake as it may cause headache, nervousness and increased heart rate.

Herbal ingredients like ginseng and guarana extracts enhance the mental and workout performance. They increase the feeling of stamina and overall well-being. The energy drinks that claim to be free of caffeine contain guarana extract as their stimulatory ingredient to boost up the energy level.

B vitamins, like niacin, thiamine, cobalamin, etc., are believed to improve the body’s metabolism and stimulate the mental functions.

Taurine helps in the neurological development, and helps regulate the mineral salts and water levels in the blood. Some studies suggest that the combination of taurine and caffeine build up the energy level.

Carnitine is an amino acid responsible for increasing the energy level and improving metabolism.

Q. What are the benefits of energy drinks?

Prevent daytime sleepiness especially after lunch

Increases the energy needed for long workout sessions

Increase electrolyte level in the body, which further replenishes energy stores

Boosts your metabolic system

Enhances adrenaline secretion

Aids in appetite suppression

Help in burning calories

 

Q. How do energy drinks function?

Energy drinks increase the electrolyte content in your body, which aids in the replenishment of energy. Caffeine in the energy drinks acts by immobilising the effects of adenosine, a chemical that is involved in sleep. This leads the liver to release extra sugar into the bloodstream to supply the body with more energy. It also gives the body an instant adrenaline rush. All of this leads you to feel energised. Caffeine affects the pleasure center of the brain, which might make you feel as if you have more energy and hence you get work done at a fast pace. It also provides you with a sense of relaxation.

Q. Is there any difference between energy drinks and sports drinks?

Absolutely. The purposes of the two drinks are totally different. Energy drinks are designed to boost up your energy level, and enhance the mental and physical performance, whereas sports drinks are formulated to rehydrate athletes and sportspersons when they run out of water in their body.

Sports drinks contain a mix of electrolytes and 6-8% carbohydrates. This powerful blend ensures the maximum absorption of fluids into the gastrointestinal tract. Energy drinks, on the other hand, contain 9-10% carbohydrates and thus the calorie count in them is a bit higher. Energy drinks also contain a stimulant called caffeine to stimulate mental alertness.

Q. How much caffeine is present in energy drinks?

The amount of caffeine largely varies among energy drinks from different brands. About 250 ml of energy drink may have anywhere from 50-160 mg of caffeine. It is believed that the normal consumption of caffeine for a person in a day is around 300 mg. So, one energy drink in the entire day may be safe.

It is always advised to check the caffeine content on the label before purchasing an energy drink, since too much caffeine can cause side effects. Also, it is better to check the number of servings mentioned on the pack, otherwise you may end up consuming more than one serving of caffeine by drinking the whole pack.

Q. Are there any side effects of consuming energy drinks?

Since energy drinks contain caffeine, they should be consumed in moderation to avoid any health issues that can be caused by caffeine. For children, and pregnant and lactating women, it is always advised to consult a physician before consuming any energy drink. Also, since high caffeine intake is linked with increased blood pressure and risk of cardiovascular disease, people who have blood pressure and heart problems should consult their doctor.

Q. Is it safe for children to consume energy drinks?

Energy drinks from some manufacturers come with a warning mentioned that they are not safe to be consumed by children. However, it is always best to consult a doctor before allowing children to consume energy drinks.

It is a common belief that caffeine intake cause hyperactivity in children. However, as per science, there is no such evidence that proves the connection between caffeine intake and hyperactive behaviour. 

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