Energy Boosters can come in pill, edible bar, drink, even jelly-bean form. Typically, they are comprised of carbohydrates which break down into glucose in the body – the body’s primary source of energy.You might also see an ingredient “Niacin” in many energy supplements as it helps metabolize carbohydrates. Many boosters also contain caffeine which is a psychoactive stimulant and is structurally similar to adenosine, a chemical in our brain which contribute to ATP/energy related functions of the metabolism. B vitamins are also a common ingredient as they are “coennzymes” and are essential for metabolic functions as well as aiding Central nervous system functions.
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