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Alani vs Celsius: Which is right for you?

The two competing energy drinks side by side in the flavors Tropsicle and Strawberry Lemonade. (Credit: Chesbrewco)

Two very popular energy drinks that many athletes, students, and teachers enjoy are Alani Nu and Celsius. Energy drinks are crucial to many people because they provide focus, improve memory, help you be more alert and elevate your mood. It’s very important to me and many others to have one throughout the day to re-energize and be ready for the rest of my day. 

 I personally like Alani’s more because they are the healthier option and have around 12 different flavors. Alani uses natural caffeine, which is important to have considering you’re already consuming 200 mg of caffeine which is significantly over the recommended intake. Alani’s also have more vitamins and protein, and no artificial sweeteners.  

On the other hand, Celsius has preservatives and artificial sweeteners and has less than half the flavor options. Many people do however still enjoy Celsius. If you are looking for a healthier option with a wide variety of flavors though, Alani is the way to go.  

Both Alani and Celsius are great drink options if you’re looking for a pick-me-up or workout boost. They’re a great solution to feeling tired and anxious. I recommend Alani because of the great taste and energy it gives throughout the day. 

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Mary Shea Stephens
Mary Shea Stephens, Staff Writer
Mary Shea Stephens is a sophomore at Roswell and this is her first year as a staff writer for The Sting. When she is not writing, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, going to concerts, and being with her family.

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