Get a Natural Energy Boost with Energizing Teas

Forget about drinking coffee, caffeinated sodas and other amped-up energy drinks. Those are not the best options for getting a natural energy boost. You’ll get energy, but not the safe and natural kind that will actually benefit your body rather than harming it. Instead of reaching for coffee in the morning when you need that energy boost or when the afternoon slump comes along and you need more energy—don’t reach for a caffeinated, sugar-filled soda or energy drink.

Shaklee is a health and wellness company with over 50 years in the business and was started by Dr. Forrest C. Shaklee—the inventor of the multi-vitamin. Shaklee offers a wealth of natural products and if you are looking for a safe and natural way to get the energy boost that you need, check out the Shaklee 180 Energizing Teas—Green Matcha and Pomegranate flavors. The Shaklee teas have “an exclusive blend of antioxidant-rich green, white and red teas, as well as taurine…which naturally boosts your energy and enhances alertness.” (Source: Shaklee 2013) You can drink these teas in the morning or afternoon, for that safe and natural pick-me-up energy boost. You can drink them either hot or cold.

One other great thing about these Shaklee energy boost teas is that they are available in single-serving sticks. They also do not contain any artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners or preservatives. The energy teas are gluten free and they taste great.

Is Drinking Red Bull Healthy for you? The answer is no and you can check out that article to find out more details on what goes into this energy drink. True, it does give you the energy boost that you’re looking for; however, do you really want to put artificial ingredients and substances like caffeine, which are considered psychoactive stimulant drugs? The choice is yours; of course…we all have the ability to make decisions that affect our lives. If you want to live a healthier lifestyle, then the choice seems obvious—chose a natural energy boost like the Shaklee 180 Energizing Teas.

What have you found to be helpful in making a decision about what’s the best energy boosting drink for you? Have you tried natural energy boosting options? We’d love to hear from you.

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