The 21st century is going to be a century to remember when it comes to fast food and health problems. Fast food is a multi-billion dollar business and is growing incredibly fast. McDonald’s alone has more than 31,000 restaurants worldwide. Because of the fast changing society, people around the world are relying more on fast food, especially people in the United States.
Archive for March, 2008
Plant foods such as fruit and vegetables are great sources of energy because they are full of living energy. To obtain the most amount of energy from plant foods, you need to eat the ones that are organically grown. Also, eat them fresh and choose the ones that are bright in color.
Red Bull Smoothie defies all energy smoothies because of its extra feature, which is the explosion of energy from B-vitamins and energy herbs. Most energy smoothies do a great job of boosting energy but lack that quick boost of intense energy. If you are looking for a smoothie that can give you an intense boost of instant energy, then these two Red Bull smoothies are perfect for you.
XS currently has 11 different flavors plus 3 caffeine-free versions, which adds up to 14 different types. All its energy drinks are low in carbs and sugar, and loaded with B-vitamins. Too bad its B-vitamins are synthetic, making them less effective. Some of its energy drinks have no carbs, no sugar, and no caffeine. One thing that concerned me about XS energy drinks is their high levels of synthetic vitamin B12. Most of them have 4,900 percent of the percent daily value. XS Gold has 8,000 percent. All of the XS energy drink flavors contain sucralose, an artificial sweetener known by independent researchers as a neurotoxin.