If you’re fond of highly caffeinated energy drinks such as Bang and Reign, you probably know of Adrenaline Shoc, which also has a staggering 300mg of caffeine per 16 fl.oz serving, making it a relatively strong energy drink by any standards/
Adrenaline Shoc seems to be a really great drink for everyone and for those trying to cut off sugar in their diet. But how many can of Adrenaline Shoc can you have in a day?
Short answer: The safe daily limit you can have of Adrenaline Shoc is no more than one can per day. Adrenaline Shoc, even without any calories and sugar, does have high caffeine content, and having too much caffeine is pretty detrimental in both the short and long-term
For a detailed explanation on why you should only consume one can in a day, read on.
Adrenaline Shoc Nutrition Facts
Before we get to the detailed explanation, you may want to take a look at Adrenaline Shoc’s nutritional value:
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How Many Calorie Does Adrenaline Shoc Have?
Adrenaline Shoc is a calorie and sugar-free energy drink. This is a good drink for people who want to feel energized without worrying about extra weight.
If you are health conscious and want to cut off sugar from your diet, Adrenaline Shoc promotes itself as a non-caloric and sugar-free energy drink.
The energy you’re about to get depends on its caffeine content which is 300mg per can (16 fl.oz). Now that’s a fairly huge amount for only one serving; that’s why it’s also important to note that caffeine also has side effects.
I’ll be explaining Adrenaline Shoc’s caffeine content further below, but if you want a deeper dive into the overall nutrition facts of Adrenaline Shoc, have a look at my Adrenaline Shoc Nutrition Facts article for an in-depth guide.
Adrenaline Shoc Ingredients
Adrenaline Shoc has an interesting blend of ingredients, to deliver that energy-boosting feel to its consumers.
- Carbonated filtered water
- Citric acid
- Sodium citrate
- Natural caffeine (green coffee beans)
- Potassium phosphate (electrolyte)
- Magnesium chloride (electrolyte)
- Sea salt (ocean mineral electrolyte)
- Sucralose (artificial sweetener)
- Acesulfame potassium (artificial sweetener)
- Natural flavor
- Niacinamide (vitamin B3)
- Potassium chloride (electrolyte)
- Ginseng root extract
- Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6)
- Coenzyme Q-10
- Coffee fruit extract
- Guarana seed extract
- Folic acid (vitamin B9)
- Yerba mate extract
- Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12)
For a more detailed look at everything that goes into a can of Adrenaline Shoc, my Adrenaline Shoc Caffeine and Ingredients article should prove informative in discerning everything you need to know about the ingredients of this particular drink.
Adrenaline Shoc Caffeine Content
Alongside Bang and G Fuel, Adrenaline Shoc also has a strong blend because of its caffeine content. A standard 16 fl. oz can of Adrenaline Shoc contains 300mg of caffeine, which is pretty much where you’ll get your energy boost.
Personally speaking, Adrenaline Shoc’s caffeine content is pretty high for a single serving, and I much prefer my energy drinks to have somewhere between 50 to 100mg per serving.
Since the FDA recommended limit is 400mg a day, while Adrenaline Shoc’s 300mg caffeine will certainly give you a temporary boost, you’re also a lot likely to reach your personal tolerance limit, especially if you’re new to highly caffeinated energy drinks, or just generally have a low caffeine tolerance.
Consuming far too much caffeine may lead to the following side effects, such as:
- Jittery feeling
Thus, if you want to avoid these side effects, keep a check on your caffeine consumption. In this case, you want to avoid having no more than a can of Adrenaline Shoc because otherwise, having more caffeine than you can tolerate is certainly a one-way trip to a mild headache at the least.
For a more detailed explanation about how caffeine affects your system, here’s a video by James Hoffman:
Adrenaline Shoc Sugar Content
Adrenaline Shoc doesn’t have any sugar.
According to the AHA, the daily sugar limit for women is 25g while 36g for men. As such Adrenaline Shoc is a great drink for people who are health-conscious and want to get rid of any sugar or extra calories in their diet.
Reducing your overall daily added sugar intake can only be a good thing, as excessive consumption of sugar may bring adverse effects such as:
- Weight gain
- Heart disease
Adrenaline Shoc Artificial Sweeteners
To mask the fact that Adrenaline Shoc doesn’t use sugar, the drink uses artificial sweeteners instead, namely Sucralose and Acesulfame Potassium.
The great thing about these two is that while they provide sweetness to Adrenaline Shoc, they hold no caloric components that affect or give side effects to the consumers; that’s why the FDA approves its use.
Sucralose is a pretty commonly used artificial sweetener. Even though it’s 600 times sweeter than sugar, it actually has zero calories and thus does not add a caloric footprint to the drink.
That being said, you should probably consume artificial sweeteners in moderation, as although they may be healthier than sugar, they’re not exactly healthy products either.
Acesulfame potassium is often mixed with Sucralose because it has a slightly bitter taste. Acesulfame Potassium can also be found in soft drinks, protein shakes, drink mixes, frozen desserts, baked goods, candy, gum, and tabletop sweeteners.
While artificial sweeteners don’t harm you like sugar does when consumed much, they may also lead o unpleasant side effects such as:
- Increased risk for diabetes
- Disruption of gut bacteria
How Many Cans Of Adrenaline Shoc Can You Have In A Day?
In my opinion, you can only have one can of Adrenaline Shoc in a day. Going over the FDA’s daily caffeine intake limit can damage your health long-term.
Even though Adrenaline Shoc is calorie and sugar-free, it doesn’t entirely mean it’s a healthy drink. Its high caffeine content does mean it’s fairly inadvisable to drink more than one can a day, or else risk some notable caffeine-related side effects.
That’s why it’s always important to be mindful and avoid drinking more than a can. I wouldn’t risk my overall health for just a temporary boost.
As much as possible, I try not to consume more than 50mg-100mg of caffeine because going more than that makes me jittery, and I’m not entirely fond of the potential side effects.
So if you’re like me, who’s sensitive to caffeine, I would highly recommend consuming Adrenaline Shoc moderately and skip the thought of including it in your everyday diet. Or you can also try these energy drinks that are fairly lower on the caffeine scale:
- Mountain Dew Kickstart (69 mg per 12 fl oz)
- Amp Energy Original (106.5 mg per 12 fl oz)
- Red Bull (113.5mg per 12 fl oz)
- Burn (113.5mg per 12 fl oz)
- Nos (120 mg per 12 fl oz)
Can I Have Adrenaline Shoc Every Day?
Personally, I wouldn’t recommend drinking and incorporating Adrenaline Shoc in your everyday lifestyle as its high caffeine content may lead to some adverse effects you want to avoid.
As stated in my article on whether or not you can have Adrenaline Shoc every day, while Adrenaline Shoc may work in a pinch to give you a caffeine boost, it’s certainly not something you should be having every day.
Apart from its 300mg caffeine content which is already fairly close to the daily limit set by the FDA, having that much caffeine daily may lead you to build up a tolerance for caffeine, which might mean you have to take more of the stuff in order to achieve the same effects.
So as much as possible, only drink Adrenaline Shoc when you need to.
For more information about Adrenaline Shoc and what it can do for you, here’s a review video by Caffeine Man on YouTube:
To conclude, it’s not ideal to have more than a can of Adrenaline Shoc in a day.
Adrenaline Shoc is a great beverage to have if you need a quick burst of caffeine to keep you going, but as your casual daily caffeine fix, it’s far too highly caffeinated to be something you would want to have every morning.
If you decide to consume Adrenaline, do drink it responsibly because all that caffeine isn’t exactly great for you in the long-run.
As always, be sure to check the nutrition facts and ingredient labels of a drink before diving off the deep end with it, and you can always consult a health specialist on how exactly Adrenaline Shoc may affect your diet.