All About Bang Energy Drink
Written by Meg Reviewed by Stephanie Searor, MS, RD, LDN
Bang is a caffeinated and carbonated energy drink like Red Bull. It contains a long list supposed benefits. But as with anything, there can be upsides and downsides. Let's discuss them..
Bang has about 300 mg of caffeine, which is about two to three times the amount from a regular cup of coffee. Whoa!
It Boost Energy
Bang is loaded with electrolytes like potassium and sodium, which are necessary to keep your body functioning normally after a workout.
It replenishes electrolytes
MAY PROMOTE MUSCLE HEALTH
Bang contains branched-chain amino acids or BCAA, compounds that increase muscle growth and decrease muscle soreness after exercising.
Despite containing 0 calories, carbohydrates, and sugars, BANG is high caffeine content with over 300mg of caffeine, the equivalence of 3 cups of coffee! Excess caffeine has been linked to insomnia, anxiety, and further fatigue
With the caffeine in each can of BANG, you’ll be consuming more than you probably need every time you choose this drink.
High In Caffeine
While BANG is sugar-free, it is sweetened with sucralose. Some studies suggest that this can negatively affect the gut microbiome and metabolism.
BANG shelf life is due to the preservative: sodium benzoate. Some studies suggest that this is linked to ADHD in children, cancer, and inflammation.
However, BANG is generally safe to drink, especially in moderation. For those under 18, pregnant, nursing, or under medication consult your doctor before indulging.
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