Zero-sugar energy drink Sneak brings hype beast mode without rotting your teeth


There’s a new energy drink that gamers are loving.

Sneak Energy promises to bring hype beast mode without sugar crashes.

Loved by the gaming community, Sneak snuck onto the scene in 2018 and has already built quite the following.

Loaded with vitamins, minerals and amino acids, Sneak was launched as a clean alternative to legacy energy drinks that dominate the market. It uses natural colours but packs a punch with its huge range of crazy flavours including the new Cola Millions, Cherry Bomb and Strawberry Watermelon.

Unlike most energy drinks, these come in a protein shake style set up with a powder to be mixed with water and then go, or for convenience you can get your hands on pre-mix cans.

The aim is to give a powerful, sustained energy boost avoiding those crashes that often come with sugary energy drinks.  

We as a society are becoming more health conscious and mindful of what we’re consuming. Sugar is known to cause a range of health issues including weight gain and tooth decay. The NHS’s top tip to cut sugar down from your diet is to stop with the fizzy, sugary drinks.

Most health organisations around the world agree that people are able to safely consume 300mg of caffeine, with an average cup of coffee contains 90mg. A Sneak energy hit will give you 150mg so we don’t recommend drinking more than two in a day.

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