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XP Sports carries over all but one ingredient for its Boost energy drink

xp sports boost energy drink

Earlier this month, we revealed the all-new gaming supplement company XP Sports is getting into the beverage market with an energy drink version of its powder product, Boost. Just a couple of weeks later, we can confirm exactly what the still very new brand is putting into its Boost energy drink, and it’s definitely not your typical energy drink formula.

XP Sports’ Boost beverage features almost all of the same ingredients and dosages as a maximum serving of its Boost powder to increase energy, enhance focus, and improve cognition. That includes a full 1.6g of NooLVL, 200mg of acetyl-l-carnitine, choline bitartrate, theanine, ginseng, watermelon juice, coconut water, and AlphaSize alpha-GPC.

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Where XP Sports’ Boost powder and Boost energy drink separate from one another, outside of their formats, is there is no Neurofactor in the beverage, and its caffeine is lighter at 175mg instead of 200. Those are some notable differences when it comes to formula, but it’s small enough that if you enjoy the experience of one, you’ll likely enjoy the other.

The Boost energy drink from XP Sports is due to hit the market soon in packs of six, with two flavors to choose from, both of which are available for the original Boost supplement in Rainbow Candy and Sour Lime Pucker Face. The gaming brand has also kept things guilt-free for its first-ever beverage, as it comes with no sugar, carbohydrates, or calories.