IN A CAN OF HYPE ENERGY

YOU WILL FIND...

CAFFEINE

Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance, which kick starts your day and repels that sluggish feeling.

Found in seeds, fruits and over 60 plants, including tea leaves and cocoa beans, caffeine has been used for generations across the world and is well known for its stimulating effects on cognitive function.  

Not everyone is aware that caffeine is included in chocolate, colas and is a common ingredient in many prescriptions and over-the-counter medications. Sometimes a little caffeine is required!

Hype Energy contains only 80 mg of caffeine in a single can, which is the same as a cup of coffee. You can save that extra time in the morning and instead, grab a can of Hype on the go and power through your day.

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A CAN OF HYPE ENERGY...

Contains only 80 mg of caffeine.
Just the same as a cup of coffee.

  • coffee

    REGULAR COFFEE

    65-120 mg per cup

  • tea

    BLACK TEA

    14-60 mg per cup

  • chocolate

    DARK CHOCOLATE

    18-123 mg in a 100 g bar

  • cola

    MOST COLAS

    40-60 mg per can

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TAURINE

Did you know that an average adult has between 55-75 grams of taurine in their body? That means that our bodies contain 55-70 times more taurine than a 250 ml can of Hype Energy.

Taurine is a sulfur amino acid that grows naturally in the body. Its main task is to help build muscle and to regulate water and salt levels in the blood. Taurine contributes to improved performance. It is naturally present in meat, fish and breast milk. 

A 250ml can of Hype Energy has roughly 1 gram of taurine. That extra boost can help your body excel even when the going gets tough.

VITAMINS

You may already know Hype Energy drinks contain many essential B Vitamins and Pantothenic Acid which benefit your health!
To learn more about the vitamins found in Hype Energy drinks and their benefits, click below.

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B-COMPLEX VITAMINS

B Vitamins are water-soluble* and help the body convert food into glucose, which is used to produce energy.

B-complex vitamins are needed for healthy skin, hair and eyes, and to help the nervous system function properly.

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VITAMIN E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin** and is essential for proper immune function. 

It also acts as an antioxidant, which protects against damage to the body caused by free radicals.

Good sources of vitamin E are almonds, raw seeds, leafy green vegetables, plant oils, hazelnuts, avocado and broccoli.

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*Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water and are carried to the body's tissues but are not stored in the body. 
**Fat-soluble vitamins are soluble in lipids and then stored in body tissues.