Celsius Green Tea Raspberry Acai, 12-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24) Reviews

Celsius Green Tea Raspberry Acai, 12-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24)

Celsius Green Tea Raspberry Acai, 12-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24)

  • Burns 100 Calories and More per serving
  • Provides Lasting Energy
  • Reduces Body Fat
  • Improves Endurance
  • Clinically Proven

Celsius, the world’s first and only negative calorie drink, is clinically shown to burn 100 calories and more, provide lasting energy and when combined with exercise, reduce body fat and improve endurance. Winner of 13 international awards for great taste and innovation. Celsius has no sugar, no high fructose corn syrup and no artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. Celsius is available in five sparkling and non carbonated ready-to-drink flavors and two convenient on-the go stick packets fl

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3 Responses to “Celsius Green Tea Raspberry Acai, 12-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24) Reviews”

  1. E. Proshansky "NYC Expat" Reply December 21, 2013 at 3:11 am
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good tasting, appetite-curbing, pick-me-up!, June 21, 2009
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    E. Proshansky “NYC Expat” (Vermont) –
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    I have been drinking Celsius for about three months, usually one every day, and after trying the different flavors, I found the Wildberry to be my favorite. I am not a big cola person to begin with- so this was just right for me–no weird aftertaste that I can detect, and it does seem to fill me up and give me a boost during the day when I may be sagging and want to reach for a sweet, fattening snack! As to whether or not it has supported weight loss, that is hard to say. I am conscious of what I eat and have been reducing portions and increasing my physical activity- so that is where credit goes for dropping a few pounds, but I CAN say that the Celsius does seem to stave off the munchie cravings when they come along.
    I never drink more than one a day, and it is usually in the afternoon. I have not had any ill effects from the caffeine. I do drink one or sometimes two cups of coffee fairly early in the morning, so by the time I have a can of Celsius I would imagine my morning caffeine is long gone.
    This just happens to be the flavor I like the most– you may not– it isn’t some kind of miracle elixir-but I enjoy the taste, the pick-me-up, and the fact that I don’t grab a candy bar instead!

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  2. D. R. Jeanclerc "Reader, Listener & Obsessive... Reply December 21, 2013 at 3:43 am
    30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Know What You’re Drinking and Use with CAUTION, March 25, 2010
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    D. R. Jeanclerc “Reader, Listener & Obsessive… (Brunswick, OH USA) –
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    This review is from: Celsius Green Tea Raspberry Acai, 12-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24) (Grocery)
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    Celsius drinks claim to be “negative-caloric”, which is to say that you actually burn calories by drinking it. Hmmm. . . Sound too good to be true? Well, of course it is. It’s low-calorie because it’s made with Sucralose (Splenda to the average consumer) and it promotes weight loss because its a combination stimulant (taurine) and diuretic – so basically, it works on your body like any over-the-counter diet pill. That said, the Raspberry Acai flavor does taste pretty good, but it will be up to the individual to decide whether or not any potential benefit justifies the downside.

    Unlike many other reviewers, I actually liked the taste – I thought that it was a smooth blend of green tea and berry flavor. However, there is just enough of that artificial tang at the end to tip you off that it’s sweetened with Splenda. But the absence of any fizz or overly harsh flavors made it easy to drink – which is good because it comes in full-size cans and leaves you feeling pretty full (i.e. just shy of bloated) afterward.

    So is it any energy drink or a diet aid? It’s a little of both. Most of the crucial ingredients are lumped together into a single line item (i.e. their secret, proprietary mix), but taurine is listed and the caffeine content is obvious. I found that while Celsius could beat back an afternoon energy swoon, it didn’t really make me any more alert or focused – just instantly awake, albeit in semi-zombie form. This effect came on quickly and did last for a couple of hours at least.

    Now for the bad news – the “crash” effect that a lot of these drinks try to pin on their competitors was overwhelming with Celsius. As a little bit of background, I’m a grown adult in good health and am very caffeine-tolerant. However, during my testing of this product, I made the mistake of drinking two cans about three hours apart and ended up unable avoid my first all-nighter since college. I was completely awake and pretty functional throughout, although I wouldn’t have operated any heavy machinery at the time. But by the morning, I was suffering headaches, muscle twitches and even a flutter in my chest. I’m completely sure that this was all temporary side effects of the outrageous amount of stimulants and not permanently harmful, but it was still enough to make me wary from that point on.

    So, the bottom line is this – if you’re looking to occasionally avoid getting sleepy mid-afternoon at the office, or if you need to stay up late once in a while, Celsius may be an option for you to try. As a prolonged weight-loss regimen, I wouldn’t take on the potential health risks in order to grab at some too-good-to-be-true advertising come-on. There’s still only one way to lost weight and keep it off, and it ain’t fun and it ain’t quick, but it works: eat better, eat less and exercise more!

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  3. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    packs a wallop, March 4, 2009
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    Caroline (Fort Worth, TX) –

    celsius is not for the faint of heart. It has 200 mgs of caffeine…I believe red bull has about 80. The wildberry is I think the best flavor, its vaguely like the taste of blueberry with other berry flavors mixed in to me, if you’ve had the berry flavored enviga I think the celsius is slightly better and more berry flavored than enviga’s is. I can’t comment on its calorie burning, but I know if I drink one of these I have enough energy to do a full workout that day.

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