XB-Fit Energy Drink Review
I recently received a few cans of a new MLM product, XB-Fit energy drink.
The can was a little different, so I thought I would check out the website listed and get some information from this never before heard of “energy drink” before pouring its contents down my throat (have to play it safe of course!).
Well the site explains how it’s a “healthy” energy drink, so to me that means only one thing… it’s got to be disgusting right?
I was pleasantly surprised with the taste of XB. The can says “fruit for life” and I definitely got that from the first gulp. The drink consisted of a grapefruit/orange flavor and not an overpowering grapefruit taste like others that contain grapefruit. XB-Fit was very smooth with no real aftertaste.
An 8.3 ounce can of XB-Fit contains your basic energy drink ingredients such as Taurine (1000mg), caffeine (100mg) and sugar (26g), yet also included high levels of your daily values of Vitamin A (50%), Vitamin B (2500%), Vitamin C (500%) and Vitamin E (200%). Not to mention, Green tea, aloe vera, acai berry, mangosteen and 65 trace minerals. So not only will XB-Fit keep that early afternoon crash away, it may also keep that seasonal cold away too!
The effect was both positive and negative. I didn’t really get the jolt I like to have from my energy drinks, yet on the other hand, I didn’t get the crash that usual follows a few hours later. So, a little boost at the beginning and after awhile XB-Fit slowly faded still letting me feel good and able to continue on with my day instead of leaving me with an energy crash and lying on the office floor.
Overall, I was pleased with the drink. No, it wasn’t the greatest tasting drink of all time or did XB-Fit pack the energy rush to scale a prison wall, but it was packed with a lot of the “good” stuff that many other drinks lack, while gently letting me down from my caffeine high. A healthy energy drink? If it’s possible, I’d say XB-Fit comes close.
Reviewed by Brandon Trouten
Looks like XB Fit has been discontinued