Did you know that in the United States alone, roughly 400 million cups of coffee were consumed every day in 2022? It was record-breaking. Whether you’re a local coffee shop elitist, enjoy the ease of Starbucks drive-thru, homemade at home, or SUPER FUEL, if you drank coffee this year, you helped crush these sales last year! Yes, SUPER FUEL too! The 110mg of caffeine in SUPER FUEL comes from green coffee beans and green tea leaf extract. So guilty by association, SUPER FUEL is linked to coffee, too, but in a different AND better way.
What Can We Learn from Coffee?
The benefits of natural caffeine.
The caffeine from coffee is natural caffeine and is considered a nootropic. You can find natural caffeine in SUPER FUEL plus other nootropics like, L-Tyrosine and L-Theanine. Nootropics exhibit anti-inflammatory properties, protect the brain against toxins, promote healthy aging, and even increase neuroplasticity. How about dem apples?
It is a diuretic.
More specifically, caffeine is a diuretic. This is why we pair our caffeine from green coffee beans with hydrating electrolytes and antioxidants. SUPER FUEL contains Selenium, Potassium, Zinc and Vitamin C to help replenish electrolytes lost through sweat and water lost through sleep.
A therapeutic morning caffeine routine.
For some of us, having caffeine in the morning is just another part of our morning routine, but for others, it feels more much than that. The moments when you are sipping on your caffeine of choice can be a very mindful part of your day. It is that calm before the busyness of what your day can turn into. It is a moment (or more) when you can just be fully aware of what you are drinking. For us, it is that moment when we crack open the can and hear that bit of carbonation release that just feels so invigorating.
Coffee is versatile.
And so is SUPER FUEL. SUPER FUEL can be made into mocktails, energizing smoothies, spritzers and more. How do you like your SUPER FUEL?