Sports drinks are good for you at any time


Some people use energy drinks as a booster or a kick to get their workout started. Many energy drink advertisements relay false perceptions of the effects of energy drinks. “Feeling tired, drink this. Having a down day, drink this. Instant energy to get through the day!”

These drinks that people are purchasing include the substances guarana, taurine, B vitamins and glucuronolactone,
which can cause serious side effects such as heart attacks and seizures when combined, according to science.

As a result of this, they can give you a jolt of energy for about an hour then a hard crash.

In reality, the simpler, more natural beverages such as water, milk and green tea are better replacements
that cost less, are better for your body, and can benefit you all around, according to John McBride.

Drinking water is always the best choice.

It may sound bland, but you can add flavor to it by adding strawberry slices, cucumber, or anything that is enticing.

Milk is also a great alternative. It has nine essential amino acids that help build healthy tissues, like muscle, and prevent unhealthy eating habits.

Before a workout, it provides a simple carbohydrate in an easily digestible form. Milk is not only a great source of calcium but also has vitamin D.

According to The Daily Meal, green tea is one of the best sources of the antioxidant ECGD. The herbal beverage has been shown to have weight loss benefits and has a great source of vitamin B that our body needs to run at its full potential.

It also contains caffeine, which, unlike in coffee, benefits a workout because of the lack of sugars and other unhealthy substances.