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Are you consuming an unsafe amount of caffeine each day? The FDA thinks that you might.

If fact, I watched one guy almost overdose on caffeine last Friday morning.

My flight to New York City’s JFK airport got in around 10am. After a cab ride into Manhattan, I found out that my hotel room wouldn’t be ready for a couple of hours. So off to Starbucks I went to use the Internet.

While I was there, in the Sony Plaza on 55th street, sitting at a fantastic little corner table watching New Yorkers walk by, I watched a hard living construction worker drink TWO Monster Energy drinks.

Did you know that each can of Monster gives you 160mg of caffeine? And did you know that according to the FDA, you should NOT consume more than 400mg of caffeine per day?

That worker must have been jacked up on Friday afternoon.

But did you also know that there’s one even MORE popular beverage that exceeds the FDA’s upper limit?

I’ll reveal it in a moment…

It’s amazing how much caffeine people consume, and it’s no surprise that the number of hospital visits associated with caffeinated beverages DOUBLED in the last five years (over 20,000 people per year go to emergency rooms because of energy drinks – crazy, right?)
So here’s the truth about caffeine.

First, some caffeine is fine. And yes, some coffee is fine too. In fact, it’s been linked to health benefits, and is even the #1 source of antioxidants in the American diet (although that might just be pointing out how bad most American’s diets are…).

The problem, of course, is with too much caffeine. From jitters to anxiety to those emergency room visits, the world is over-caffeinating itself to the point of addiction.

And while energy drinks get all of the bad press, do you know what one of the most dangerous drinks might be?

It’s not Coca-Cola. It’s a caffeine lightweight at about 50mg per can. Even a small Red Bull packs only 80mg.

Diet pills often provide a potentially nasty 200mg per serving, and often recommend three servings per day. That can be a BIG problem.

But it’s coffee that can do you in all at once.

At Starbucks, a venti-sized brewed coffee exceeds the FDA’s daily recommended limit with a whopping 415mg of caffeine. That said, a “short” 8oz cup provides only 75mg. So if you go to Starbucks, take it easy on the monstrosity sized beverages.

Personally, I’ve been trying to avoid all caffeine, and it’s been weeks since I’ve had even a Green Tea.

But I still have MORE energy than ever before, thanks to my favorite almost zero-calorie beverage.

It’s actually a fat loss drink used by all the experts that you need to know about.

From Dr. John Berardi to John Romaniello…from Tim Ferriss to Isabel De Los Rios…and from Jason Ferruggia to lil’ ol’ me, CB, we all drink this.

You might even be able to give up caffeine because of the natural energy highs this beverage will give you.

Plus, it tastes great AND it tastes more filling.

So that rules out beer – LOL.

But it’s not an “energy drink” packed with sugar, caffeine, and who-knows-what-other-dangerous-ingredients.

In fact, this drink is ultra-low in calories – WITHOUT artificial sweeteners – and is perfect for intermittent fasting, too.

It’s literally the perfect drink for fat loss and higher energy levels.

NO, it’s not water. And nope, not a protein shake either.

But it is the most important drink you can give your body for health and fat loss.

I highly recommend it.

And you can get it here

Easy to travel with too, and I’ve brought along a container for New York City this weekend and I’m even taking it to Europe next week for my holidays.

This drink will power me through 4-hour walking tours of London and Barcelona and and will prevent the colds and other airborne illnesses that so many other travelers get.

If only they had this secret liquid weapon on their side like I do.

Get the best drink for fat loss and energy here

But hurry, you might not get this good of a deal ever again.

Drink up for health and energy,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

Further Reading:

7 Natural Caffeine Sources That Aren’t Coffee

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Craig Ballantyne

Craig Ballantyne is the author of The Perfect Day Formula: How to Own the Day and Control Your Life. Craig has been a contributor to Men's Health magazine for over 17 years. Today he teaches his gift high-performing entrepreneurs how to squeeze more out of their days, increase their income, and make more quality time for their families in his Perfect Life Workshop and Work-Life Mastery programs. Craig used his own advice to overcome crippling anxiety attacks in 2006, and he'll teach you his 5 Pillars of Success so you can increase your income, decrease your work time, and live the life of your dreams. Learn more about Craig at craigballantyne.com