Kids expend so much energy playing, especially playing sport and they want to drink the ‘neon-coloured’ sports drinks they see promoted by healthy looking athletes – because they want to be just like them.

However, these supposedly “good-for-you” drinks leave a lot to be desired as they are full of artificial sweeteners, colorings and other additives.

Natalie Monson at and warns …

Most energy drinks deliver a large dose of sugar and caffeine, both of which can have [bold] significant negative impact on kids [close bold] including weight gain, ability to concentrate, headaches, nervousness, and difficulty sleeping.

So what’s the solution?

Try this 100% natural version on the Next Page …