Lidl brand "Mixed up" ENERGY DRINK,  crate of 24 = £5
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Lidl brand "Mixed up" ENERGY DRINK, crate of 24 = £5

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Found 6th Jul 2013
Tastes like Red Bull,

The cheapest I have seen Red Bull is 89p, so it's less than half price.

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6 for £1.59 in my local.

Actually quite a good deal!

I don't like energy drink that much unless its a jaegerbomb, so pretty good for making PLENTY of those.

Does this really tastes the same as red bull

Banned

too lazy to walk a mile to get some, been walking round all day D: noooo

Banned

Just do the test:
In the long trip give some one x2 of these, and another person give x2 Red Bull.
Who you think will ask you to stop (too pee) first?

No this doesnt taste like red bull. Like most cheap energy drinks it has an awful aftertaste

Reply to this if you think all full sugar drinks should be called full fat hahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaahahhaah

Yeah, bad tasting stuff this.. Definitely not an alternative to RedBull.

as if redbull is nice anyway, like the above comment this only taste good as a jager bomb

aint got nothing on relentless. good price though for those parties

stinks
as does red bull i guess

Energy drinks ideal for summer BBQs. Since when?

drewj10

Reply to this if you think all full sugar drinks should be called full … Reply to this if you think all full sugar drinks should be called full fat hahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaahahhaah



It actually annoys me, people I work with genuinely think they have fat in!!

CardboardCutout

Energy drinks ideal for summer BBQs. Since when?



It's a new one to me aswell!

Nothing like Red Bull.

Good stuff, definitely as good as red bull

I dread to think what's in this stuff.

Couldn't people just put 20 spoonfuls of sugar into some water and drink that, and swallow a tripple strenth expresso?

Would be cheaper.

I am fussy **** and this passes for red bull maybe just not quite as sweet but the best alturnative that I have found unless your a brand snob!!!!

chrisbass

It actually annoys me, people I work with genuinely think they have fat … It actually annoys me, people I work with genuinely think they have fat in!!

you are kidding right? your body effectively converts the sugar into fat to store it of you consume more than needed. Thats the whole reason why diet drinks exist to tailor to that market, although there's a whole other argument against those.

Banned

Niz

you are kidding right? your body effectively converts the sugar into fat … you are kidding right? your body effectively converts the sugar into fat to store it of you consume more than needed. Thats the whole reason why diet drinks exist to tailor to that market, although there's a whole other argument against those.



uhoh who invited Dr. Hilary?

They also do a light which has almost no calories. Great with Vodka - for me it then tastes like Red Bull without the horrendous price tag

Niz

you are kidding right? your body effectively converts the sugar into fat … you are kidding right? your body effectively converts the sugar into fat to store it of you consume more than needed. Thats the whole reason why diet drinks exist to tailor to that market, although there's a whole other argument against those.



But they dont contain fat. They contain sugar. Fat and sugar are totally different things. Your body may be able to convert sugar into fat, but that isnt usually what happens. If you eat lots of sugars your body uses that as its primary form of energy and any fat you eat in your diet if not used is then stored as body fat.

While it is possible for sugars to be converted into fat, what it does do more often, is stop your body from using the other fats in your diet. Thus, if you have burger chips and a drink of coke, your body uses the energy from the coke, and will only move onto the fat from burger and chips once it has used up the energy in the coke, if it doesnt use fat, it stores it.

If you used a sugar free drink, your body will be breaking the fat down and using that as its energy source.

Respiration is never absolutely that simple, but it is a rough reckoner. So, no, calling a regular non diet drink as fat full fat is not correct, as it will be as fat free as a diet drink.

same taste as redbull, bought a few and is a fine alternative

for 30p a can its worth a try

Emerge tastes allot better IMHO and is always cheap, £1 for 4 at most places.
Edited by: "jat2474" 7th Jul 2013

Rudidudi

same taste as redbull, bought a few and is a fine alternativefor 30p a … same taste as redbull, bought a few and is a fine alternativefor 30p a can its worth a try


jat2474

Emerge tastes allot better IMHO and is always cheaper than this, £1 for 4 … Emerge tastes allot better IMHO and is always cheaper than this, £1 for 4 at most places.


This is 20.8p per can.

Calling this product full fat also makes the title ambiguous as "full fat and no sugar" aren't mutually exclusive.Assumedly the no sugar is referring to the diet version.

Does absolute wonders on your heart! £5 for your fast track ticket to hospital!

SamCarvalho

Does absolute wonders on your heart! £5 for your fast track ticket to … Does absolute wonders on your heart! £5 for your fast track ticket to hospital!


Amen to that.

gazter

But they dont contain fat. They contain sugar. Fat and sugar are totally … But they dont contain fat. They contain sugar. Fat and sugar are totally different things. Your body may be able to convert sugar into fat, but that isnt usually what happens. If you eat lots of sugars your body uses that as its primary form of energy and any fat you eat in your diet if not used is then stored as body fat.While it is possible for sugars to be converted into fat, what it does do more often, is stop your body from using the other fats in your diet. Thus, if you have burger chips and a drink of coke, your body uses the energy from the coke, and will only move onto the fat from burger and chips once it has used up the energy in the coke, if it doesnt use fat, it stores it.If you used a sugar free drink, your body will be breaking the fat down and using that as its energy source.Respiration is never absolutely that simple, but it is a rough reckoner. So, no, calling a regular non diet drink as fat full fat is not correct, as it will be as fat free as a diet drink.

ok so its just a technicality how about sugary drink are fattening?

Going to walk to my local Lidl ASAP

Niz

ok so its just a technicality how about sugary drink are fattening?



Niz

ok so its just a technicality how about sugary drink are fattening?



Diet drinks do not contain fat, and neither do non diet drinks. By 'technicality', you mean 'absolutely not'?

gazter

Diet drinks do not contain fat, and neither do non diet drinks. By … Diet drinks do not contain fat, and neither do non diet drinks. By 'technicality', you mean 'absolutely not'?



only the Internet can produce people to argue over a simple can of drink.

how tragic.

Edited by: "fattyuk" 7th Jul 2013

30p for a can without buying 6, or a crate of 24

Energy drinks, they work so well you don't even have the energy to put the empty can in the bin........

just to confirm, the diet drink is *not* part of the promotion. Which i found out at the checkout.

Good job they charged me half the sticker prices for the humongous water melons i just picked up.
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