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CDLLife Compares Popular Energy Drinks




Monster Energy drinks is one of the more widespread and well known brands – and arguably provides the most options for consumers. Their product line ranges from their original Monster flavor to Lo-Carb and Zero Ultra (which offer low/no carb and low/no cal perks with the same energy buzz and great tastes), and Java Monster (including a wide range of coffee flavorings) to Rehab (which includes electrolytes and tea/lemonade flavors) – my personal favorite being the Rehab Tea + Lemonade (if you love an Arnold Palmer, you won’t be disappointed!) Here’s what you need to know:

Monster Energy is sold in 16 oz. cans which contain 160 milligrams of caffeine (which is relatively high). Monster Energy contains 100 calories per 8 oz. serving (that’s 200 calories per can). Monster has over 25 products to choose from – several of which are calorie free, and other which contain as few as 20 calories.


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