ThinQ is a drink that attempts to do a number of things. First off, it desires to taste good. The different efforts have solid flavors, but one can take up hints of the vitamins and minerals that are present. A can of ThinQ is a supplement – there are ample amounts of Calcium, Magnesium, Vitamins D and B6 / B12 / B3, along with Acai, CoQ10, and L-Tyrosine. There is caffeine here, working alongside GABA (a mood enhancer). Other inclusions – Vinpocetine and Suma – seem to represent being on the cutting edge of current research. I would like to see information regarding these additions; what has peer-reviewed science said about the effects of each at the amounts included in each serving?
The only thing that seems to me to be a drawback to ThinQ would be the relatively-high calorie content; 70 calories for a 12 ounce can may be half of a normal soda, but one has to wonder if they could release a 0-10 calorie version for those that are on a cutting stage to their workout regimen. I would also personally like to see how ThinQ could add to the amount of flavors that they are currently producing. ThinQ has a decent amount of potential; check out the website for ideas where one can procure some of this interesting beverage.
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