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How Many Cans of Raze Can You Have A Day? (Full Facts)

Containing zero calories and zero sugar, jammed with caffeine, and an elixir of energy-boosting ingredients, Raze is the energy drink designed for champs to reanimate the energy for high performance.

Now, before you get a hold of this drink. You might want to find out how much you can get a hold of Raze and how exactly it supports you in boosting your performance.

Raze Strawberry Colada

Quick answer: As much as possible, you should only limit yourself to having one can per day. Why is that? It’s because Raze is packed with chocked-full of caffeine. Every can of Raze (16 fl oz) contains 300mg of caffeine. And ugly side effects might ensue.

If you’re curious as to why you should only drink no more than a can, read along.

Why Do People Drink Energy Drinks Every Day?

The popularity of energy drinks and their consumption has grown over the years among adolescents and adults to the rapid lifestyle pace in this day and age.

For this reason, people’s need for extra energy and refreshment turns to consume foods that alleviate this everyday dilemma.

How Are Energy Drinks Used?

Work

Employees of either day or night shift can attest how a full 8-hour work can be draining. In fact, some workers confessed that not even 5 hours into work, they already feel like going home to their beds.

Anyone who burns the candle at both ends can relate to how stressful it can be to have so much to do yet, not enough energy to finish the tasks. That’s why energy drinks are popular among employees to alleviate fatigue and extend their productivity.

Sports

Energy drinks are promoted in sports; they are even sponsoring sports teams and showcases how helpful energy drinks boost athlete’s endurance and performance while playing.

The majority of athletes drink energy-boosting beverages before, during, and even after playing. In an article, drinking energy drinks for athletes has potentially increased sporting performance by between 3% and 7%.

Work Outs and Gyms

Energy drinks are also used before, during, or after workouts. Energy drinks are formulated with an arsenal of ingredients like Amino Acids and caffeine designed to boost energy and stimulate muscles to do their workout routines efficiently.

Raze Energy Nutritional Facts

Here’s a table showing a quick summary what a can of Raze Energy Drink consists of:

ContentsRaze
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 Nutrition Facts
Nutrition Facts on the back of Raze can for one serving

A single can of Raze Energy (16 fl.oz) is equivalent to one serving.

While this is only a quick overview of what you’re getting nutritionally out of a can of Raze, head on over to my Raze Energy Nutrition Facts article, for a more detailed guide through everything Raze has to offer you.

Raze Energy Ingredients

A quick look at all the ingredients that go into a can of Raze, as it’s definitely more complex than your regular can of Monster or Red Bull.

Raze Energy Ingredients
Raze Energy Drink Ingredients

Now, let’s break down these ingredients and what they can do to your body.

Sugar and Calorie Content in Raze Energy

Raze does not contain any sugar or calories in its formulation.

The lack of calories and sugar means Raze doesn’t fall privy to the same downside most other energy drinks have, which are high sugar and calorie content, which more often than not affect your health in the long run.

Due to its sugar-free nature, the boost you’re getting from Raze is very much caffeine-based, and your cells aren’t getting any actual calories (energy) from the energy drink that you’re having.

As such, while Raze is great if you’re on a diet, if you’re feeling light-headed and need a boost to your blood sugar levels, you’re going to be a lot better of with a sugary energy drink, or an actual meal instead.

As to why Raze still has a sweet taste to it, it uses artificial sweeteners called sucralose and acesulfame potassium. It sweetens the product without providing any caloric properties.

Artificial Sweeteners in Raze Energy

Sucralose

Sucralose is a no-caloric sweetener that is popular among products that opt out of any sugars but still want that sweet drive in their food.

Sucralose is said to be 600 times sweeter than sugar; that’s why only small amounts of sucralose are being used as long as it matches the sweetness of sugar.

Acesulfame Potassium


Acesulfame Potassium, like sucralose, is also an artificial sweetener but compared to sucralose, it is only 200 times sweeter than sugar and has a slightly bitter taste.

Since it has a bitter taste, manufacturers usually blend it with sucralose or aspartame, another artificial sweetener, to balance out and have the perfect sweetness, just like sugar’s

While artificial sweeteners don’t deliberately hurt you, it doesn’t mean you can indulge yourself as a replacement for sugar. Oftentimes, overconsumption (like anything else) may lead to unpleasant side effects like:

  • Increased risk for diabetes
  • Disruption of gut bacteria
  • Headaches
  • Seizures

It is also important to take note that everyone will have a different reaction towards consuming artificial sweeteners. But for guaranty, moderation is highly suggested.

Caffeine in Raze Energy

A can (16 fl.oz) of Raze is loaded with 300mg of caffeine.

That goes to say that each can is nearly close to the FDA’s suggested limit intake per day, which is 400mg.

We all know that caffeine is impossible to be absent in energy drinks. Because caffeine is used as a stimulant to boost concentration, alleviate tiredness and even improve mental and physical performance.

Then again, if you’ve read my other review, you can always notice how I always frown upon when it comes to a huge amount of caffeine is included in my drink.

Caffeine may increase alertness, improve reaction time or exercise performance, but if you cannot stand caffeine-like me, there may be some ugly effects that you may have to experience.

Some of these are:

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

As such, I definitely suggest having caffeine in moderation and to keep well within your tolerance, even if you haven’t hit the 400mg daily limit; it’ll definitely save you a lot of headaches in the long-run.

Other Ingredients Found In Raze

BCAA Aminos

These are usually found in dairy, meat, egg, poultry, and fish. They are not produced inside our body, but the protein found in our muscle tissues comprises this amino.

BCAA Aminos also act as suppressants of protein breakdowns and acts as an energy source during exercise.

Carnitine L-Tartrate

Carnitine L-Tartrate is another amino acid that breaks down fatty acids and transforms them into energy which then powers the cells. It also improves muscle function and physical performance.

How Many Cans of Raze Energy Should I Drink In A Day?

Raze Energy Drink
(Per 16 fl.oz)
Daily Max Limit
(Female/Male)
Calories0 calories2000 calories/2500 calories
Sugar0g25g/36g
Caffeine300mg400mg
A can of Raze against standard daily limits.

Based on Raze Energy Drink’s Nutritional Facts, one can for a day is sufficient enough to invigorate and stimulate your system throughout the day.

While you don’t have to worry about the sugar or calorie content when having a Raze, it’s high caffeine content is definitely cause for concern, especially if you have a low tolerance or just aren’t used to that much caffeine.

Given that it is a can of chockfull caffeine (300mg per 16 fl.oz serving), I strongly advise you to drink Raze in moderation, as having even two cans will put you well over the FDA-approved daily caffeine limit of 400mg.

As stated earlier, having more caffeine than you can tolerate may lead to various side effects ranging from a light headache to rapid heartbeats, so I highly recommend staying within your caffeine tolerance levels, and if you’re new to energy drinks, maybe opt for something other than Raze.

Can I Drink Raze Energy Everyday?

Although drinking Raze Energy daily doesn’t hurt, it is still advisable to not have it too often if you want to keep your overall caffeine intake and tolerance at normal levels.

Yes, Raze has zero calories and zero sugar; it is still a safe bet to consume moderately or drink whenever you need an energy lift.

That being said, consistently having too much caffeine every day may eventually lead to you gain a tolerance for the stuff, which means you might gradually need more caffeine to get the same effects, let alone the possible dependency you might also develop.

As such, while Raze may be great for the occasional boost, it’s certainly not an energy drink I would recommend having day-to-day; stick with energy drinks lower on the caffeine instead, or coffee or tea if you’re feeling a tad healthier.

If you’re still ambivalent about Raze Energy and whether or not it is right for you, here’s a brief review of the product to give you an insight into how Raze is like.

CaffeineMan on YouTube

Here, CaffeineMan gives you a quick run-through about Raze, its ingredients, and how it tastes like.

Final Thoughts

To conclude, I think you can drink not more than one can of Raze. I am, however, not saying that one can of Raze per day is okay, but having 1 serving occasionally or whenever you feel drained is more than enough to give you that ‘push’ you need.

Raze’s sugar and calorie-free nature makes it an exceptional option if you happen to be wary of extra calories in your diet and just want the caffeine rush, but its high caffeine content really isn’t for everyone.

As such, it’s definitely advisable to moderate your intake of Raze Energy Drinks and only have them if you feel like you need to.

While you can technically have them every day without any overt repercussions, I definitely don’t recommend doing so; they’re plenty of other energy drinks which are a lot more viable for your daily caffeine fix.

Moderate consumption and checking the nutritional value is as important as maintaining your health’s well-being, so feel free to enjoy Raze, but be sure to enjoy it responsibly.

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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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