Monday, January 13, 2014
Green Tea is a great energy booster, but not everybody likes Green Tea. Have you heard of EBOOST? EBOOST is a natural energy booster, that has vitamins, minerals and other great nutrients in a single shot or powder form. It was formulated by doctors, nutritionists and trainers.
About EBOOST the Natural Energy Booster
For this review, I received three (2 ounce) bottles of EBOOST and one package of the EBOOST powder. The bottles tasted like fruity green tea, with a vitamin taste. The taste is not great, but it does give you energy. I love the fact that EBOOST does not have any artificial flavors or colors and it has these great benefits:
- Gluten Free
- Naturally sweetened
EBOOST has some awesome ingredients, but there are some I would rather not consume, like:
- pyridoxine hci
- folic acid
- chromium chloride
- quercetin dihydrate
- potassium sorbate
- sodium benzoate
- swerve (erythritol)
I also tasted the Acai Pomegranate EBOOST powdered packet and I thought that it tasted really bad. It had sort of the same taste, but the Acai Pomegranate was not very tasty. Here's the label on the packet:
The packet also has some unfavorable ingredients:
I'm really picky about the ingredients in my supplements. So, I researched each of the ingredients and everything that I found unfavorable is linked to a website, stating that the ingredient is not safe or recommended. Based on my findings I can not recommend EBOOST.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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