Available in both sparkling & non-carbonated flavors, CELSIUS is an ideal pre-workout drink that also serves as a refreshing alternative to coffee & other caffeinated drinks.
CELSIUS is perfect for active lifestyles & has no preservatives, no sugar, no artificial colors or flavors, no aspartame, no high fructose corn syrup, & it is very low in sodium. CELSIUS is delicious that delivers.
CELSIUS. Live Fit. A uniquely blended formula with healthy energy and key vitamins make CELSIUS an ideal pre-workout drink as well as a refreshing alternative to coffee and other caffeinated beverages. It’s low in sodium and contains zero sugar, no aspartame, and no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. CELSIUS energy drinks are also Certified Vegan, Kosher, and non-GMO. Its proprietary formula contains green tea extract and EGCG. It also includes guarana seed extract, ginger root for flavor and digestion, vitamin C to support your immune system, vitamin B for energy production, and chromium to help control hunger. Experience a whole new side of wild berry with CELSIUS Sparkling Wild Berry Fitness Drink! It’s carbonated and has the perfect balance of flavor and energy that serves as an awesome pick-me-up for active lifestyles.
Backed by Six Clinical Studies
Multiple scientific studies were conducted on CELSIUS by U.S. accredited scientific research facilities according to strict scientific standards.* To ensure consumer confidence, trust & industry independence, the studies were presented at scientific conferences and published for peer review. All of the clinical studies show that CELSIUS has thermogenic properties when combined with exercise.
*Metabolic Response: Mt. Union College, 2007, doi:10.1186/1550-2783-4-7
*Metabolic Thermogenesis Acute: Dept. of Health and Exercise Science, Univ. of Oklahoma, 2008, doi:10.1186/1550-2783-5-6
*Sports Drink Attenuation: Dept. of Health & Exercise Science, Univ. of Oklahoma, 2008. doi:10.1186/1550-2783-5-19
*Pre-Workout Routine: Dept. of Health & Exercise Science, Univ. of Oklahoma, 2008, doi:10.1186/1550-2783-5-S1-P8