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Sugar Free Neuro Fuel

Where can I buy Sugar Free Neuro Fuel? Online Store
How much does Sugar Free Neuro Fuel cost? $1.75

What's in Sugar Free Neuro Fuel?

Nutritional Information
Size: 12.0 FL OZ
Servings: 1.0
Neuro Fuel, as with most energy drinks, contain ingredients. This particular drink contains 1 serving per can, and that 1 serving contains the following mg/% USRDA (whichever is disclosed to us on the can): Calories 10, fat 0g, carbohydrates 1g, sugars 0g, dietary fiber 0g, protein 0g, vitamin c (as ascorbic acid) 100%, vitamin b1 (as thiamin mononitrate) 100%, vitamin b2 (as riboflavin) 100%, vitamin b3 (as niacinamide), vitamin b5 (as D-calcium pantothenate), vitamin b6 (as pyridoxine HCL), vitamin b12 (as cyanocobalamin), sodium (as sodium benzoate) 10mg/0%. It also contains a "patent pending" approx. 4g blend of the following: taurine, l-carnitine, DL-phenylalanine, glucuronolactone, piracetam, caffeine, choline, inositol.

Jason's Review

The first time I used Neuro Fuel, I was babysitting kids, with the help of older kids. For those who've never done that, it's "stressful". Neuro Fuel's can suggested that it could calm anxiety, at which I feel it did an ample job. No children were physically abused, yelled at, or threated (at least by me).

In addition, I'm a "comfort foods" eater. I take St. John's Wort (widely used in Europe to treat depression without all the side-affects or cost of the American pharmaceutical shakedown products). Neuro Fuel didn't seem to do quite the job that St. John's Wort does for me on not wanting to eat those "comfort foods", but I didn't sink into a hopeless pit of depression (using Neuro Fuel as a short-term replacement for St. John's Wort...which I did purely as an experiment, which I'd in no way advise doing if it's been recommended you take St. John's Wort by a physician. I take it on my own volition, to treat sometimes crippling depression). As anyone who has depression knows, regardless of how things are going, you are somewhat aware of how close the ominous black cloud is to plunging you into inexplicable feelings of hopelessness and despair. Neuro Fuel seemed to do a reasonable job of keeping the "I forfeit, I just want to be left alone, and I don't care what happens otherwise, just turn off the lights and let me sleep" feelings at bay.

It really is a tasty sugar free beverage as well. When I open each can, there's a fairly strong herbal smell, but that seems to dissipate quickly, and is never really backed up with an overtly herbal flavor. I don't know what flavor is supposed to be, but it's certainly fruity, like a very light "Five Alive" flavor, that is pleasantly carbonated. It's also so lightly flavored that it's incredibly refreshing when consumed iced cold.

Neuro Fuel is reasonably priced as well. It's a 12oz. drink for $1.75, delivered free to your door if you buy a case of 24. To me, Neuro Fuel (with its undisclosed amount of caffeine) did a reasonable job of keeping me awake (traditional energy drink affect), but I feel like it exceeded my expectations in contributing to my overall mental well-being.

Guests's Review

I have one concern with this drink, "Neuro Fuel may increase dopamine which plays a large role in motivation, concentration, desire, sexual function, and a sense of well-being". From my experience, an accurate description of cocaine. Unfortunately, also from my experience, there are grave consequences when the "increased dopamine" ceases to be increased. The idea of selling myself on the streets to get my "Neuro Fuel fix" wasn't initially savory, but then I remembered the uplifting true-to-life moral of the movie "Pretty Woman". Selling yourself to strangers will probably end well, particularly if you're a well-intending hooker, who won't kiss on the mouth. At the end of the day, what relationship has ever ended poorly that started with the exchange of mouth-kissless sex for money? That's step one to a life-long commitment built on the firm foundations of trust and equality.

After I overcame my unmerited paranoia about "addiction", and "prostitution", I realized I had a free case. Just like any red-blooded American (who will finance everything they "want", carefully calculated to account for every penny they make each month, well before it's made) I'll worry about what to do about my Neuro Fuel addiction after these 24...I mean 23...err 22 Neuro Fuels....21 Neuro Fuels are gone.

Neuro Fuel tastes pretty good, or the increased dopamine tells me that it tastes pretty good. It's a lightly fruity flavor, with nearly 0 artificial sweetener flavor. I wish I could express how happy I am about the flavor of Neuro Fuel without getting so excited that I can't communicate intelligibly. I wish I could hug whoever formulated the Neuro Fuel flavor. Man, I just feel like Cheer Bear when the Caring Meter in Care-a-Lot is showing 10 billion energon cubes.
At $1.75, the price is right. I won't even have to become a "lady of the night", which is good, because I never want to do anything Julia Roberts has done.

Sugar Free Neuro Fuel can or bottle design and textual information
Neuro Fuel comes in a white can with what looks like blue snowflakes on it. Very wintery. The "snowflakes" are actually some sort of chemical structure, but the can as a whole makes me think about the movie "Elf". Buddy elf is pretty happy and motivated, two of the words lining the rim of the can. I also like to think that something that is a "mood enhancement formula" will make me feel like Buddy Elf. The back of the can deviates a great deal from my "Buddy Elf" analogy, the words on the back of the can, around the rim read, "Intelligence, Recovery".

The extensive prose on the back of the can read, "Neuro Fuel may increase the brain's healthy nerve function and structure to enhance coordination, intelligence, and recovery. Neuro Fuel may increase dopamine which plays a large role in motivation, concentration, desire, sexual function, and a sense of well-being. (These statements have not been evalutated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease). Neuro Fuel may enhance serotonin which promotes a "happy feeling" along with calming anxiety, relieving depression and reducing urge to overeat."

Consumer Reviews

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