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Introducing the NEW Multivitamin Energy Drink….BURST 

Introducing the NEW Multivitamin Energy Drink….BURST 

The Multivitamin Energy Drink 

BURST is the new multivitamin energy drink range introduced by exanteThis new range comes in three refreshing flavours, all made with real fruit juices. These three flavours are Strawberry Lime, Tropical and Mixed Berry. 

Why would I love BURST? 

This energy drink is bursting with benefits. Our unique blend of vitamins and minerals help keep you focused and energised, maintain your hair, skin, and nails, and support your metabolism. (1) Then we’ve also added popular ingredients like caffeine, collagen, and green tea extract. 

  • Each serving is high in a multivitamin blend of Iron, Biotin, Zinc, Vitamin C, Choline, Manganese and Vitamin B12.
  • Each serving contains 83mg caffeine.
  • It is a low calorie drink, with only 15 calories per serving. 
  • Each serving is low in sugar, less than 0.5g per serving. 
  • Each serving contains 1g collagen.
  • Each serving contains green tea extract.
  • It’s a healthy alternative to sugar ridden energy drinks. 
  • Available in three delicious flavours. 
  • It is a tasty way to help you drink more water. 

The multivitamin energy drink with added collagen

How do I use this product? 

We suggest adding 500ml cold water to your exante shaker, add the contents of the BURST sachet and mix until the powder dissolves, and enjoy your refreshing drink. 

How do I fit exante BURST into my exante 800 diet plan?  

Exante BURST is a low-calorie energy drink with only 15 calories per serving so it’s a great and tasty way to drink more water without dipping too much into your 200 calorie allowance. If you’ve been feeling lethargic whilst on your diet plan, exante BURST might be the pick-me-up you need, with the added Iron and Vitamin B12 which both contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. 

Available in both single flavour boxes of 30 and variety boxes containing all 3 flavours, the powder sachet drinks will be loved by everyone for their refreshing taste and 3 in 1 benefits. Try exante BURST today. 

Other FAQ’s 

When is best to drink exante BURST? Day or night? 

A sachet of exante BURST contains 83mg of caffeine, which is similar to the amount in a cup of coffee, (2) so it’s a perfect refreshing drink for the morning or whenever you need an energy-pick up! 

How is exante BURST different to Slender Sip? 

exante Slender Sip contains glucomannan which is a fibre that promotes weight loss (3) by helping you to feel full after drinking before a meal. exante BURST is a low sugar energy drink with added collagen, green tea extract and multivitamins so it’s a healthy alternative to sugar ridden energy drinks. Shot your Slender Sip before consuming a meal replacement to aid weight loss (3) and enjoy BURST between meals for the 3 in 1 benefits! 

How is exante BURST different to the Water Enhancers? 

exante Water Enhancers are a simple and convenient way to make water tasty. exante BURST has added benefits with the inclusion of caffeine, collagen, green tea extract, and multivitamins. All 3 flavours contain real fruit juice for the ultimate juicy refreshment – delicious! 

How many can I drink a day? 

It is safe for healthy adults to consume up to 400mg of caffeine per day (4) which is 4 sachets of Exante BURST. 

1 – Biotin contributes to the maintenance of normal hair, and skin. Zinc contributes to the maintenance of normal hair, skin, and nails. Iron and Vitamin B12 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Choline contributes to normal lipid metabolism. Magnesium and Vitamin C contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism. Source: EU Register on Nutrition and Health Claims. 

2 – https://www.efsa.europa.eu/sites/default/files/corporate_publications/files/efsaexplainscaffeine150527.pdf

3 – Glucomannan in the context of an energy restricted diet contributes to weight loss.  

The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 3 g of glucomannan in three doses of 1 g each, together with 1-2 glasses of water, before meals and in the context of an energy-restricted diet. 

4 – Pregnant or lactating women should always consult their doctor before consuming supplements – further information on caffeine consumption can be found here:  https://www.efsa.europa.eu/sites/default/files/corporate_publications/files/efsaexplainscaffeine150527.pdf 

High caffeine content. Not recommended for children or pregnant or breast-feeding women.

This is due to the high caffeine content in burst. Drinks that contain caffeine from whatever source at a level over 150mg per litre (mg/l) must state: ‘High caffeine content. Not recommended for children or pregnant or breast-feeding women.

Aimee Heeran

Aimee Heeran

Writer and expert

Aimee graduated from the University of Bristol in 2019. It was during her time at University that her love of fitness and nutrition truly began. She’s always loved an active lifestyle from a small child. Aimee frequently enjoys going to the gym, regular hot yoga classes and going for long country walks. She loves trying new activities and in the last 12 months has tried jet skiing, horse riding, and her first 10K race.