It’s hard to deny the convenience of energy drinks — just pop them in the fridge and reach for one whenever you need your fix. Energy drinks have been around for a long time; however, they recently leaped into the supplement and sports nutrition industry. Brands such as Bang Energy and Optimum Nutrition, with their Amino Energy plus Electrolytes ready to drink, have launched zero to low-calorie drinks in Canada that satisfy your caffeine fix. Creative flavours (Rainbow Unicorn Bang being a favourite here!), combined with helpful additions including amino acids, make it easy to see how fitness junkies and weekend warriors have replaced their morning coffee with something a little sweeter.
3D Energy, formally UP Energy by YouTube sensation Christian Guzman, is the latest energy drink to land in Canada, and it’s already making a splash. Featuring 200mg of caffeine, only 15 calories per can, and impressive flavours, it’s sure to be a fan favourite in Canada very soon.
Energy Drink Flavours
3D Energy features some interesting and delicious flavours, all named after the colour of their slick cans, including;
3D Energy is available in Canada right here at Supplement Superstore, and we have all flavours ready to order now!
Seven components make up a healthy, balanced diet: carbs, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, fibre, and water. Of these components, the macros - carbs, proteins, and fats - are the easiest to track. Micronutrients like vitamins and minerals can be trickier, as you might not know what or how much you need.
Dymatize has several supplements in their repertoire that are already available in Canada. These include their long-serving Iso-100 hydrolyzed whey protein isolate, as well as their pre-workout, Pre-WO, and their full spectrum EAA, All 9 Amino.
Dymatize Iso-100 Cocoa Pebbles and Fruity Pebbles are available in Canada, and they’re right here at Supplement Superstore.
It seems like every day there’s a new trendy supplement that you “need” to take. It starts with a protein shake, and next thing you know, there are twenty things you should be trying on top of that. Supplements tout claims of making you leaner, stronger, or even smarter. It’s natural to be a little suspicious. After all, most people are aware that supplements are not federally regulated and can make any claim without proof.