Rogue Energy Nutrition Facts (In-Depth Explanation)

Hours of long hard gaming sessions with your friends can leave you feeling drained, and sometimes, your best remedy for that is an energy drink.

With a ton of energy drinks to choose from, you somehow decided to try Rogue Energy Drink. After all, it is dubbed “World’s Best Gaming Energy Drink”, so why not give it a go, right? But is it really? And how healthy is it?

A bunch of Rogue packets on the ground

First, you might wanna know what’s in a standard serving of Rogue.

To keep it simple, a serving size of 6.9g of Rogue contains 175mg of caffeine, 5 calories, no sugar, and a whole lot of other vitamins like Vitamin C, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, and Choline L-Bitartrate.

Rogue claims to be a health supplement that can sharpen mental focus, reduce fatigue, improve alertness, increase exercise capacity, and promote creativity!

However, let’s see if it does do the trick. If you’re interested, keep reading. 

Rogue Energy Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts of Rogue Energy
Nutritional FactsAmount per Serving
Calories5
Sodium70mg
Total Carbohydrates1g
Vitamin C185mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)15mg
Vitamin B613mg
Vitamin B12400mcg
Choline L-Bitartrate57mg
ENERGY COMPLEX: L-Carnitine Tartrate, L-Citrulline, Taurine, Glucuronolactone, Glycine2.00g
FOCUS COMPLEX: N-Acetyl Tyrosine, L-Phenylalanine, L-Theanine, Mucuna Pruriens Extract, Bacopa Monnieri Herb1.50g

Here’s the nutrition content of Rogue, and unless you’re a nutritionist or someone who just really knows a lot about nutrition, this probably means nothing to you. But don’t worry, that’s what this article is all about.

Basic Contents of Rogue Energy

Let’s begin with the first three things that are at the top of Rogue’s nutritional content.

Calories

Calories are the energy people get when they consume food or drinks. It is also the energy people use when doing any physical activity like exercise or work.

You often hear about calories when talking about diet. That’s because the more energy we consume, the more weight we gain. But if we consume very little, we also lose weight.

The AHA recommends no more than 100 calories per day for women and 150 calories for men. Rogue Energy contains only 5 calories so drinking it probably won’t affect your diet drastically.

Sodium

Sodium or sodium chloride is a mineral found in most foods we consume. It’s basically salt and it’s the thing that gives our food a bit of flavor.

Naturally, it’s also in energy drinks.

Sodium is important to our body because it keeps our fluids in balance. However, there’s a limit to how much sodium we can take without harming our bodies.

The recommended limit, according to the FDA and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, is less than 2,300mg a day. (Note that the limit is much lower for children)

Rogue has a sodium content of 70mg, which is well under the limit. So unless you’re downing the drink 30 times a day (which you definitely shouldn’t), Rogue’s sodium content shouldn’t affect you that much.

Total Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates or Carbs is a macronutrient that is in several foods and drinks. This refers to sugar, starch, and fiber. The term ‘total carbohydrates’ means a combination of those three things.

Carbohydrates are needed by your body for fuel. Your body takes the carbs and turns them into glucose or blood sugar which then becomes energy, your body’s fuel.

If you consume too many carbs, your blood sugar levels rise which can put you at risk for diabetes, so it’s important to keep an eye on your food and drink’s total carbohydrates.

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that 45 to 65% of your daily calorie count should come from carbohydrates.

Rogue’s total carbohydrate is only 1 gram.

Vitamin Content of Rogue Energy

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a vitamin mostly found in fruits, especially citrus fruits. But it can also be found in energy drinks like Rogue.

Vitamin C has many benefits. It can protect your body against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular diseases, prenatal problems, eye disease, and skin wrinkles.

The recommended daily intake of Vitamin C is 65 to 90mg a day, but going over that poses no harmful threat to your body unless you decide to go above and beyond and take 2000mg a day, only then will you start to experience negative effects.

Rogue covers 185mg of Vitamin C, which is a lot, but probably not enough to be harmful. Still, you should be careful.

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

Vitamin B3 or Niacin is a necessary nutrient your body needs to function properly.

It turns the food you eat into energy and it keeps your nervous system, digestive system, and skin in good form. It’s important for our body that we get this vitamin from our food and drinks as our body cannot produce its own.

The recommended daily intake for Niacin is 16mg for men and 14mg for women who aren’t pregnant. If pregnant, the recommended intake is 18mg.

Rogue’s Vitamin B3 content is 15mg.

Vitamin B6

Our bodies do not naturally produce vitamin B6 and it’s an important vitamin for regulating emotions and increasing our dopamine levels. Low levels of vitamin B6 are usually linked to depression and other mental health issues.

According to experts, the recommended dose of Vitamin B6 is 1.3mg. Rogue has a Vitamin B6 content of 13mg, which is way above the recommended dosage.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps our bodies regulate blood cells and fight anemia.

Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause problems to the nervous system even if you don’t have anemia. Infants with signs of B12 deficiency may experience a delay in reaching developmental milestones and failure to thrive.

The recommended dosage for Vitamin B12 is 2.4mcg (microgram) and although you cannot overdose on Vitamine B12, it can cause awful side effects such as acne and dermatitis.

Rogue’s Vitamin B12 content is 400mcg.

Choline (L-Bitartrate)

Choline is a nutrient usually found in foods like meat, fish, and vegetables.

While there is no proof yet that this nutrient improves memory functioning in young healthy people, there have been studies showcasing it helping the elderly with cognitive problems.

The recommended daily intake for men is 550mg and for women, it’s 425mg.

Rogue Energy has a Choline content of 57mg.

Energy Complex of Rogue Energy

Rogue’s Energy Complex consists of L-Carnitine Tartrate, L-Citrulline, Taurine, Glucuronolactone, Caffeine, and Glycine. They’re all 2.00g per serving with the exception of caffeine which is 175mg.

IngredientsFunction
L-Carnitine TartrateKeeps the body healthy by using chemicals like long-chain fatty acids for energy.
L-CitrullineA non-essential amino acid that changes into a chemical called nitric oxide and L-arginine, both of which are important to the heart and blood vessels.
TaurineA naturally occurring chemical in the body that helps with energy, athletic performance, and nerve growth.
GlucuronolactoneAn ingredient often used in energy drinks to improve physical performance and increase attention span.
CaffeineA stimulant that promotes wakefulness by blocking adenosine receptors. It can improve athletic performance as well as brain function.
GlycineAn amino acid that is involved in transmitting chemical signals to the brain.

Focus Complex of Rogue Energy

The focus complex of Rogue Energy consists of N-Acetyl Tyrosine, L-Phenylalanine, L-Theanine, Mucuna Pruriens Seed Extract, and Bacopa Monnieri Herb, all of which is 1.50g per serving.

IngredientsFunction
N-Acetyl TyrosineAn amino acid that helps the brain be mentally alert through chemical messengers. It can sometimes regulate mood.
L-PhenylalanineCreates chemical messengers in the body and is used for illnesses such as depression, Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, Parkinson’s, and more.
L-TheanineAn amino acid that helps with anxiety and stress by reducing brain chemicals that contribute to anxiety and stress.
Mucuna Pruriens Seed ExtractAn herbal drug that has been known to help with Parkinson’s, anxiety, joint, and muscle pain.
Bacopa Monnieri HerbAn herbal remedy that can boost cognitive function, help treat ADHD, and reduce anxiety.

Pros of Rogue Energy

Rogue Energy Packets on Sand

Rogue is Keto-Friendly, Vegan, and Gluten-Free.

To those on a special Keto, Vegan, or Gluten-Free diet, the good news is, Rogue Energy is suitable for your diet, according to their website.

Keto Diets help people lose weight and are beneficial for people with heart disease. People on a Keto Diet usually stay away from sugar, pastries, and bread. Since Rogue is non-caloric and sugar-free, it is definitely good for you.

Even if you aren’t on a Keto diet, Rogue is still worth trying and choosing since it does not contain high amounts of sugar. Too much sugar comes with health risks like diabetes and skin aging! 

On the other hand, a gluten-free diet is a diet plan for those sensitive to gluten (celiac disease) – wheat, barley, rye, and oats. Based on the list of ingredients and their website, Rogue does not contain any of those ingredients which makes it safe for a gluten-free diet. 

Lastly, vegan diets are for those who are on a plant-based diet. According to the website, Rogue did not make use of any ingredient that was processed using animals. If you were wondering, vegans are fully capable of body-building as long as they consume enough amounts of plant protein. 

Some health benefits of a vegan diet are:

  • Weight loss
  • Lower blood sugar levels
  • Improvement of kidneys
  • Lower risk towards heart disease
  • Reduce pain from arthritis

If you want to learn more about a vegan diet, watch this video:

However, I would still consult my doctor and do my research especially if you are on these special diets because of health concerns. It’s better to practice our due diligence and ensure these ingredients are healthy.

Rogue Energy Contains Zero-Sugar.

sugar on spoon

The fact that Rogue Energy is sugar-free is fantastic news. Women are only supposed to consume 24g of sugar daily while men should only consume 36g, according to the AHA.

Sugar is linked with some of the following health risks:

  • Weight gain
  • Heart disease
  • Acne
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Depression

Because Rogue is sugar-free, you don’t have to worry about suffering from sugar crashing. Sugar crashing happens when our body consumes too much sugar that disrupts our glucose levels.

If you’ve ever experienced a time when you consumed sugar and then felt a burst of energy for a while then suddenly felt sleepy and tired, you probably experienced sugar crashing.

Here’s a video explaining more about it:

If you’re interested in reading other energy drinks that don’t have sugar in them, you might wanna try reading this article I wrote.

Packed with Special Ingredients.

Rogue is an energy drink that aims to optimize our mental and physical performance! Unlike some canned energy drinks, Rogue’s powerful supplement contains various ingredients packed with vitamins, amino acids, and natural nootropics. Here’s how they help:

  • Boost Your Energy
  • Sharpen Your Focus
  • Improve Your Reaction Speed
  • Maximize Your Mental Endurance
  • Increase Your Alertness
  • Reduce Mental Fog
  • Improve Physical Performance

These ingredients are all promising and truly interesting. I believe that Rogue Energy is a special Energy Drink and supplement since it has these ingredients to give you energy and promote brain development.

Cons of Rogue Energy:

Too Much Caffeine.

Rogue Energy Drink contains 175mg worth of caffeine. While it’s not a lot compared to an energy drink like Bang, it still packs a huge caffeine punch and it might not be suitable for people with low caffeine tolerance.

The advised caffeine limit by the FDA is 400mg, and while Rogue Energy is below that number, if you lose count of how much Rogue Energy you’ve taken, it’s certainly easy to pass the limit and introduce yourself to health risks like:

  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Digestive issues
  • Muscle breakdown
  • Addiction
  • High blood pressure
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Fatigue
  • Frequent urination and urgency

Be careful with your caffeine intake, kids.

Rogue is a Tad Bit More Expensive.

This is up for debate but if you compare Rogue with G-Fuel, another energy drink popular with gamers, Rogue is 11$ to 12$ per packet meanwhile G-Fuel sits at 7$.

If you’re saving money, you’d opt for G-Fuel. However, I can’t say Rogue Energy isn’t worth your money because the beverage does deliver. It’s packed with a ton of nutrients plus it pumps you with the energy you need.

So if you have the money and you want to try Rogue, why not?

Is Rogue Energy Drink Good for You?

Rogue Energy Packets on Sand

Rogue Energy is neither good nor bad for you. The drink’s job is to boost your energy levels so that you’ll no longer feel tired, but it isn’t a health drink.

Much with everything else in life, consuming too much Rogue Energy can give you negative effects, which will probably be because of the caffeine in Rogue. It’s always good to remember that the caffeine limit set by the FDA is 400mg, this way you can pace yourself and watch what you put in your body.

Rogue does its promised job of being an energy booster, and it also aims to improve focus. If you’re dying to try it out, and none of its nutrition contents set any alarms in you, now might be the time.

For a more in-depth review of whether Rogue Energy is good or bad for you, here’s an article I wrote that you can check out.

Conclusion

Rogue Energy Drink is packed with a lot of nutrients that help with mental performance. This is a huge selling point for gamers, the people this drink is primarily marketed at, as gaming requires a lot of mental gymnastics.

Although I don’t really know whether it’s the ‘World’s Best Gaming Energy Drink’ or not, and I don’t know who’s to decide that, but picking it up for a gaming session with your buddies won’t be too bad.

That said, Rogue is high in caffeine, which means if you do decide to have this drink, consuming a lot of it might not be the best idea. Rogue Energy is also pretty high on certain vitamins and if you’re sensitive to it, you might experience side effects.

It’s best to know what your body needs so you’ll know what to give it. Everyone’s needs are different and if Rogue isn’t for you, there are plenty of other energy drinks to choose from.

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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