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Celsius Calorie Burner, Green Tea Raspberry Acai, 12-Ounce Cans

6 Ratings: 2.3
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Celsius®, comes in a variety of delicious flavors and delivery systems. All Celsius products are powered by the calorie burning benefits of MetaPlus™, a proprietary blend of scientifically validated ingredients shown to burn calories, … see full wiki

6 reviews about Celsius Calorie Burner, Green Tea Raspberry...
review by . April 09, 2010
Well, it's not magic thin juice. It specifically says, on the packaging, that just drinking Celsius will not cause weight loss. It only works when you combine it with diet and/or exercise. It says it helps you burn 100 calories per can...that's not really a whole lot. The 3 Musketeers Candy Bars I shouldn't be eating have 270.    I decided to substitute these for my morning latte. They have enough caffeine in them to give me my morning boost, but that's about it. Over the two …
review by . April 13, 2010
If someone tells you they drink this because they like the taste, they may not be telling the truth. I shared these with quite a few people, and the taste was never one of the good things people said about it. That doesn't mean that there aren't any good things about it, though.    It contains some vitamins and minerals. A test at a university found that volunteers saw some improvements in body composition. It claims to burn 100 calories per can, and who can say it doesn't?   &nbs …
review by . April 09, 2010
Celsius is a reasonably tasty and healthy supplement drink. It claims to help the drinker burn up to 100 calories with each can by raising your metabolism for 3 hours in conjunction with excercise. I cannot vouch for that, but it seems plausible. Drinking a bottle certainly gives me a blast of energy. I become markedly more alert and energetic. Whereas sometimes I would drag at the beginning of jog, after drinking Celsius I'd be spry from the get-go. I would caution against drinking too much though. …
review by . April 07, 2010
Let's face it. There are a lot of so-called "energy" drinks and "calorie-burning" fluids on the market that make multiple promises to their would-be consumers. Most of these drinks claim to increase your energy, sharpen your alertness, and speed up your metabolism in order to help you get through the work day or enhance your work out routine. Most of these drinks also come packed with enough sugar and caffeine to kill a bull.     Celsius has thrown their hat into the energy drink …
review by . March 27, 2010
A bit to my surprise, this turned out to be a very pleasant-tasting drink. In my experience sport drinks or energy drinks are either too overpowering in their taste, or have an unpleasant "medicine"-like aftertaste, especially if they are low in calories. This energy-burning drink has none of those characteristics. The taste of raspberry is very obvious, but not overpowering. The drink is not as heavy as a fruit juice though, and hence much more suitable as a light refreshment. The fact that it …
review by . March 24, 2010
I was excited with the concept of being able to burn calories and boost my metabolism by consuming one can of a flavored drink. After opening a can and taking one sip, the disappointment was written all over my face. The taste is horrible. I can not even force myself to drink one whole can. I sipped it as long as I could and poured the rest down the drain. The flavor is strange - I don't how else to put it. It is bitter and has a bad after taste. I could smell the Raspberry flavoring but the awful …
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