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Can You Drink Raze Energy Every Day? (And More)

With today’s fast-paced lifestyle, the demands to be energetic and tireless to make the most out of the day are time-consuming. Workers, students, and athletes have attested how unfulfilling it can be to have so many things that needed to be done but less energy to do it.

That’s why the demand for energy drinks such as Raze has become a lifeline to achieving one’s day-to-day activities, giving you the caffeine you need to get you through the day.

Raze Energy Drink Flavors in a Row
Raze Energy Drink in different varieties

But should you really be having a can of Raze every day, even if you really feel like you need it?

Short answer: having Raze Energy Drink every day will unlikely cause any side effects, so long as you can tolerate the caffeine. That being said, try not to have more than 1 can a day, as Raze has a caffeine content of 300mg per serving; fairly close to the FDA-approved 400mg daily caffeine limit.

If you wish to learn more about what Raze Energy Drink can do for you, read further.

Raze Energy Drink Nutrition Facts

The table below shows a quick summary of what a can of Raze Energy Drink consists of:

ContentsRaze
(16 fl.oz)
Calories
(Calories from Fat)
0 Calories
(0 Calories)
Total Fat
(Saturated Fat)
(Trans Fat)
0g
(0g)
(0g)
Cholesterol0mg
Sodium15mg
Potassium55mg
Total Carbohydrate
(Dietary Fiber)
(Sugars)
0g
(0g)
(0g)
Protein0g
Raze Energy Drink Nutritional Facts

How Many Calories Are In Raze Energy Drink?

A can of Raze Energy Drink (16 fl.oz) consists of zero, yes zero, calories. Not bad for an energy drink which can give you a bit of a boost right?

Raze’s zero-calorie nature makes it a great option for those of you who dislike the high amount of sugar present in most regular energy drinks. So if all you’re looking is a strong caffeine hit to get your morning going, Raze is definitely a pretty good option.

That being said, having zero calories means that Raze doesn’t have any actual ‘energy’ to give, which means the only thing you’re getting out of it is the caffeine.

Given that the average adult needs a fairly substantial amount of calories per day, between 2000 to 2400 calories for women or 2400 to 3000 calories for men, you’re certainly not going to get through your day with just a can of Raze alone.

So while a can of Raze may work as a decent pick-me-up, be sure you actually have enough calories to get you throughout the day, which also means you definitely shouldn’t be skipping meals just because you have an energy drink handy.

All-in-all, Raze is great if you’re watching your calorie count, not as great if you actually need to bring your blood sugar back up to speed.

Raze Energy Drink Ingredients

Everything that goes into a can of Raze, all on the back of the can.

RAZE Energy Drink Ingredients
Ingredients of a Raze Energy Drink
  • Carbonated Water
  • Citric Acid
  • reFresh Performance Complex, which are;
    • Betaine Anhydrous
    • Caffeine Anhydrous
    • Taurine
    • Potassium Citrate
    • L-Tyrosine
    • Choline Bitartrate
    • BCAA Aminos (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine)
    • Carnitine L- Tartrate
    • Alpha GPC
    • Caffeine Citrate.
  • Natural and Artificial Flavors
  • Sucralose
  • Potassium Sorbate
  • Sodium Benzoate
  • Acesulfame Potassium

Raze Energy Drink Caffeine Content

A 16 fl.oz can of Raze Energy Drink contains 300 milligrams of caffeine, quite a high amount for an energy drink of its size.

Caffeine is the main ingredient of most energy drinks, which is why they are widely promoted to enhance physical and mental performance.

Caffeine works by binding to the adenosine receptors in your brain, thus preventing you from feeling fatigued and sleepy so long as it’s in your system.

Apart from keeping you awake, some of the other potential benefits of caffeine include:

Going back to Raze, it’s definitely up there as one of the strongest energy drinks available, up alongside the likes of Reign and Bang.

Taking your standard over-the-counter energy drinks as a reference point, an 8.4 fl.oz can of Red Bull only has 80mg of caffeine, while a 16 fl.oz can of Monster has 160mg of caffeine.

Raze definitely has a lot more caffeine than what your used to, especially if you’re new to the whole energy drink buisness, and the effectivenss of caffeine is about how much if it you take, but how much of it you can actually tolerate.

The FDA generally approves a 400mg daily caffeine limit for healthy adults, going over that limit, or exceeding your personal tolerance, can result in a variety of side effects, such as:

  • Restlessness and shakiness
  • Anxiety
  • Rapid heart rhythm
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches

So be sure to keep your caffeine intake in-check, and try to not have any caffeine than strictly necessary.

Does Raze Energy Use Artificial Sweeteners?

While Raze Energy is entirely sugar-free, it does happen to use artificial sweeteners, namely sucralose and acesulfame potassium, in order to give the drink its sweet taste.

Sucralose is a zero-calorie artificial sweetener, which makes it fairly common used in low to zero-calorie drinks due to its absence caloric footprint, whilst also being almost 600 time sweeter than regular sugar.

Acesulfame Potassium is also another zero-calorie artificial sweetener, often used alongside sucralose to mask the slightly bitter taste that sucralose itself may cause.

While both artificial sweeteners have been approved for general use by the FDA, it’s still better to keep your overall intake of them at a moderate level, especially since the long-term consequences of artificial sweeteners are still not entirely known.

Other Ingredients

Taurine

Taurine is an amino acid, but it is not used for building proteins. This amino acid is an amino sulfonic acid that helps with the appropriate hydration, which is also good for the brain. It is used for athletic performance, diabetes, or even heart failure.

Choline Bitartrate

Choline bitartrate is an essential nutrient mainly used to help muscle movement, healthy brain development, metabolism and help other vital bodily functions to work properly.

Aplha GPC

Alpha GPC is a supplement that potentially increases your brain’s acetylcholine which is a neurotransmitter that is vital for memory and learning. It also potentially improves cognition that can avoid Alzheimer’s and even dementia.

What Happens When I Have Raze Energy Drink?

Upon consumption, caffeine in the Raze Energy energy drink enters your bloodstream within 10 minutes, which triggers your heart rate and blood pressure.

Over the course of 20-45 minutes, the caffeine in your bloodstream will peak resulting in one’s feeling more alert and a more focused concentration.

After which the caffeine is absorbed within 15-45 minutes, your liver will respond by absorbing all the sugar in the bloodstream.

Although after around 5-6 hours 50% of the caffeine effects will ease off and it takes around 12 hours for it to completely leave your bloodstream. Soon enough, a sugar crash occurs and a feeling of tiredness may set in.

What Happens If I Have Too Much Raze Energy Drinks?

While you’re probably not going to end up with any long-term dietary issues due to Raze’s lack of sugar, having too much of the energy drink may lead to a caffeine overdose.

Raze caffeine warning
Cautin note on a can of Raze.

With Raze, you’ll only need to worry about the caffeine content when it comes to daily consumption, but as a single can already has the equivalent amount of 2 cups of coffee (300mg), it’s probably not ideal to down the thing in one go.

To repeat the above, going over the FDA’s daily approved (400 mg), will result in side effects such as jitteriness, insomnia, dizziness, and headaches, which are mildly inconvenient for staying productive, to say the least.

In more serious cases, having far too much caffeine in your system may lead to serious health complications, which require immediate medical attention, such as:

In any case, just because Raze is sugar-free, it doesn’t give you the liberty to actually have more than one can of it a day, which I’ll explain more in the heading below.

Can I Have Raze Energy Drink Every Day?

Raze Energy Drink
(Per 16 fl.oz)
Daily Max Limit
(Female/Male)
Calories0 calories2400 calories/3000 calories
Sugar0g25g/36g
Caffeine300mg400mg

RAZE Energy’s 300mg caffeine content per serving is a bit too close to the FDA’s 400mg daily limit, making it pretty hard to justify having it every day in my opinion.

If you over-consume and go beyond the recommended daily caffeine intake, yes. RAZE Energy Drink, although it contains no sugar and calories, can still be pretty bad for you

Although frequent consumption is not entirely harmful, in the long run, you’re definitely going to start developing a tolerance to caffeine, and it might also potentially risk your health

Every 16 fl.oz of a can contains 300mg of caffeine. With a single can reaching numbers that high, I definitely would not recommend having two in a short period of time.

So be aware to keep your overall caffeine intake in check, and have your energy drinks in a responsible manner. There are also plenty of other energy drinks out there, with CELSIUS being an example of a great zero-calorie energy drink, with only 200mg of caffeine.

For more info on if you should be having energy drinks every day, the video below should be a great start into picking out what (and what not) to do:

Raze Energy Drink Alternatives

If you are still looking for something to give you a boost with less caffeine, here are some alternatives that you may try:

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, it is not ideal to drink RAZE Energy every single day. Considering it is high in caffeine, you want to avoid any health risk in the long run.

Sure, if there’s something you desperately need to stay awake for, having a can of Raze will definitely perk you right up, but it definitely isn’t something I would start relying on every single day.

If you need a little ‘push’ to conquer your day, then a moderate consumption of RAZE Energy is your lifeline, or try other alternative energy drinks that are less caffeinated that will still provide you that energy boost you need.

About Adrian Carter

Adrian writes about energy drinks and their ingredients to shine a light on the facts behind the brand names.

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