by LifeAID Beverage Co.

Product Type

Functional: Energy Drink: Regular


12 oz can

Nutritional Info

All-natural, 45 calories, sweetened with Organic Blue Agave. 2691 Mg of active targeted ingredients for golfers. No Caffeine, No HFCS, No Artificial Colors, Flavors or Sweeteners.


Calories 45 Total Fat 0g Total Carbohydrate 11g 4% Sugar 9g Vitamin A 15 IU Vitamin C 200mg 333% Calcium 20 mg 2% Vitamin E 200 IU 660% Vitamin B1 1.5 mg 100% Vitamin B2 1.7 mg 100% Niacin 40 mg 200% Vitamin B6 4 mg 200% Folic Acid 400mcg 100% Vitamin B12 12mcg 200% Biotin 300mcg 100% Vitamin B5 25mg 250% Magnesium 40mg 10% Potassium 50mg 2% Proprietary Golfer Aid blend: 565mg † Glucosamine, MSM, Co-Q10, milk thistle extract, Epimedium extract, gotu kola extract, Eleutherococcus senticosus, bilberry extract, 5-HTP, turmeric root extract. Ingredients: Carbonated water, blue agave nectar, natural flavors, citric acid, glucosamine, Methyl sulfonyl methane, ascorbic acid, gum acacia, alpha tocopheryl acetate, trimagnesium citrate, Coenzyme Q10 powder, Calcium lactate pentahydrate, Potassium phosphate dibasic, niacinamide, biotin, d-calcium pantothenate, stevia, bilberry powder extract, Eleutherococcus senticosus, milk thistle extract, Epimedium extract, gotu kola plant extract, turmeric root extract, vitamin b-12, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, vitamin a palmitate.

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Review: GolferAid

Posted: Jan 17, 2012 at 10:46 AM (Last Updated: Mar 01, 2012 at 11:00 AM)
As the name implies, GolferAID is a beverage designed with the golfer in mind. In fact, it refers to itself as “The World’s Most Advanced Functional Golf Beverage” and states that it is a doctor-developed product. Honestly, we can’t think of many other golf-oriented beverages, which begs another question: does the white space that this product is trying to fill actually have any white? From our perspective, it’s hard to imagine this product getting shelf space outside of pro shops at golf courses and sporting good stores. Unfortunately, this seems like a very limited and difficult way to create a beverage company. As for what’s in GolferAID, the product has a very strong vitamin aroma, to the point where your senses immediately know that what’s inside the can is built for functionality rather than flavor. Even the slightest sip confirms this, with a pungent vitamin and herbal flavor that has a slight agave note and a bitter finish and aftertaste. Really, we found GolferAID to be a product that we would have to choke down in order to finish the entire can. This seems like another hurdle for an already challenged concept, with other, better-tasting beverages likely available alongside this product. We’d say the same for the packaging, which has a very technical look, almost to the point of being a drugstore style product. Overall, we think that the concept is too limited, while the flavor and packaging could definitely stand to be improved as well.