Guru Juicy Superfruit tasted similar to cranberry fruit punch but had a tingle of sourness (more noticeable when warm). The sourness reminded me of the candy sweet tarts. The sourness may bother some people because it can cause a stinging sensation right at the tip of the tongue. Its berry red energy juice is non-carbonated and contains natural fruit juice to boost your energy.
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GURU is distributed by GURU Beverage Co. which is located in New York, United States. The green aluminum can is filled with 250 milliliters of organic juice and is USDA organic certified. GURU Iced Tea is different from the rest of the energy drinks that I reviewed because of its unique iced tea lemon flavor.
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.
Nutrilite Rhodiola 110 is a dietary supplement that is designed to increase mental and physical performance. The main ingredient in Rhodiola 110 is rhodiola rosea, an Artic herb known to increase performance, reduce fatigue and stress, and reduce high altitude sickness. Rhodiola rosea is referred to as an adaptogen which works similar to stimulants, but without the negative effects of caffeine or nicotine.
According to Nutrilite, Double X is one of the best multivitamins on the market, because it contains more plant concentrates than the leading brands of multivitamin. Is this why Double X is more expensive than the leading brands of multivitamin? Or is this just a marketing trick to encourage you to buy it? At the price of about $75.00 it is expensive, but when you break it down the cost is about $2.50 per day. From this point of view, it is a decent bargain, but it would of been an even better bargain if all of its vitamins were high quality, and extracted from better or natural sources. How do I know some of its vitamins are low quality? Please read the whole review and you will find out.