Ginger Ale



BevNET Review

Last Updated: 11/2/2010 1:53 PM

While the same caveat applies to all Celsius products – that we cannot confirm or deny the functionality of their claimed “calorie burning” attributes – we can say that the stuff tastes and looks pretty good. The ginger ale flavor is nothing special, though – it has a fair amount of ginger pungency, but leaves you with too much of a diet sweetener aftertaste. The packaging is attractive, with a 12-oz. bottle shrink-wrapped in a brightly colored label. Not for everyone, but if you’re a believer, you’ll probably come back.


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Product Type

Functional: Energy Supplement


12 oz sleek can

Nutritional Info

Serving Size: (1) 12 oz Bottle;
Amount per Serving: Calories: 10;
Total Carbohydrates 0g: Sugar 0g: Vitamin C (ascorbic acid): 60mg 100%;
Riboflavin: 1.7mg 100%;
Niacin (as niacinamide: 20mg 100%;
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride): 2mg 100%;
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin): 6mcg 100%;
Biotin: 300mcg 100%;
Pantothenic Acid: 10mg 100% Calcium: 50mg 5%;
Chromium (chelate): 50mcg 41%;
Sodium: 6mg <1%;
Thermogenic Proprietary Blend: 1.8g (1,810 mg) Taurine, Guarana extract (seed), Green Tea leaf extract (leaf) standardized to 10% EGCG, Caffeine (as caffeine anhydrous), Glucuronolactone, Ginger extract (root)


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