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Jul 5, Energy Drinks for Diabetics

About 36% of my readers live in countries spread around the world. Many find this site because I rank high for the keywords "Diabetic Energy Drink". I personally have moved on from energy drinks, most of which are the worst thing a pre-diabetic or diabetic could do to their health.
But today, I thought I would comment on a new one from Zevia that is zero calories (sweetened with stevia and erythritol, which are both generally rated good naturally-sourced sweeteners). Unfortunately, many of the other ingredients are questionable in their regular sodas -- I have yet to find an ingredient list for the new energy drink.
The products available in Europe that I have reviewed all contain outrageous amounts of sugar, which ads to your diabetes -- as do the artificial sweeteners.
The best, most intelligently formulated US-made energy drink is A.C.T. Energy, which is available in Europe, Russia, and some parts of Asia from Youngevity. It is long-lasting, delicious, and inexpensive if bought in powdered form. (It is also available in cans, but shipping water makes it more expensive than store-bought junk.)
If you'd like to try it, you can find it HERE and search the site for product "AE-1001-A". It is the best energy drink I have found and I still use it occasionally.
For those who have access to Kratom, an herb that is used in Thai traditional medicine to treat diabetics, it is the best solution I've found that levels out my blood sugar and gets it into my muscles and brain, where it is needed for energy. I discuss the science that explains this on the Web page Kratom and Diabetes.
Another quick and long-lasting way to get energy is AddieUP, which really gets my mind working optimally, in combination with kratom or by itself. AddieUP contains no sugar and uses slow-release herbal form of caffeine from Yerba Mate' extract, plus other stuff to support memory and blood flow to the brain.
AddieUP is very strong, so I only take a half a capsule when I awake, then another half after lunch. I still sleep soundly, when I get some daily exercise. I wouldn't add coffee to AddieUP; green tea is better. Check it out!
AddieUP



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