Uptime Energy Drink describes itself as a “premium” brand that offers non-GMO and sodium free energy-boosting drinks. If you’re interested in trying this brand out, then you’ve come to the right place. I’ll be discussing in detail all you need to know about Uptime!
Uptime Energy Caffeine and Ingredients
Each serving of Uptime contains 142 mg of caffeine, which is an average amount well within the 400 mg daily limit set by the FDA. Moreover, the drink also contains 150 calories, 37g of cane sugar, calcium, and other micronutrients to enhance your energy.
Check out my article on Uptime’s caffeine and ingredients here.
Uptime Energy Drink Nutrition Facts
Uptime Energy Drink contains no fat or sodium. However, it does have substantial sugar and calorie content, which may be a no-no for some consumers. On the bright side, the drink does contain natural flavors as well as calcium and vitamin c.
Take a look at Uptime’s full nutrition facts here.
Does Uptime Energy Actually Work?
Since it contains quite a lot of sugar and calories, and an average amount of caffeine as well, Uptime works best as an energy drink for physical activities. Using Uptime before your workouts will allow you to burn the calorie and sugar content and use them as an added energy boost.
I answer whether or not Uptime actually works in this article.
Is Uptime Energy Bad for You?
Uptime energy drink contains an average amount of caffeine that shouldn’t be bad for you if you drink it in moderation. However, the 37 grams of cane sugar may not be ideal for diabetics or those who are trying to lose weight.
I discuss more thoroughly whether Uptime is bad for you in my blog post.