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Lidl KONG STRONG 250ml SUGAR FREE ENERGY DRINK - £0.15
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Lidl KONG STRONG 250ml SUGAR FREE ENERGY DRINK - £0.15

£0.15£0.2540%LIDL Deals
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Posted 17th MayAvailable: NationalEdited by:"Jefferzuk"
Lilds own brand sugar free energy drink 250ml cans nowpriced at 15p per can. meaning you can get 1ltr for 60p.


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EDIT 20/05/2019: Seems this is only in certain stores, so this may not apply to your local.
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No Kong likes Plane flavour
yeahbutitsnotfree17/05/2019 22:08

Educate us. . please


Caffeine works by blocking the effects of adenosine, a brain chemical involved in sleep. When caffeine blocks adenosine, it causes neurons in the brain to fire. Thinking the body is in an emergency, the pituitary gland initiates the body's "fight or flight" response by releasing adrenaline. This hormone makes the heart beat faster and the eyes dilate. It also causes the liver to release extra sugar into the bloodstream for energy. Caffeine affects the levels of dopamine, a chemical in the brain's pleasure center. All of these physical responses make you feel as though you have more energy.

Also, they might have some of the following...

  • Ephedrine - A stimulant that works on the central nervous system. It is a common ingredient in weight-loss products and decongestants, but there have been concerns about its effects on the heart.
  • Taurine - A natural amino acid produced by the body that helps regulate heart beat and muscle contractions. Many health experts aren't sure what effect it has as a drink additive (and the rumor that taurine comes from bull testicles is false).
  • Ginseng - A root believed by some to have several medicinal properties, including reducing stress and boosting energy levels.
  • B-vitamins - A group of vitamins that can convert sugar to energy and improve muscle tone.
  • Guarana seed - A stimulant that comes from a small shrub native to Venezuela and Brazil.
  • Carnitine - An amino acid that plays a role in fatty acid metabolism.
  • Creatine - An organic acid that helps supply energy for muscle contractions.
  • Inositol - A member of the vitamin B complex (not a vitamin itself, because the human body can synthesize it) that helps relay messages within cells in the body.
  • Ginkgo biloba - Made from the seeds of the ginkgo biloba tree, thought to enhance memory.
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Picture of the product?
is the flavour plane ?
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No Kong likes Plane flavour
Thought it was a dog toy called Kong at first
Sugar free 'energy' drink? Stimulants don't provide energy.
No doubt I’m being dim, but please explain to me (kindly) how a sugar free drink can be an energy drink when there’s little or no calories in atin.
peejay117/05/2019 22:07

No doubt I’m being dim, but please explain to me (kindly) how a sugar free …No doubt I’m being dim, but please explain to me (kindly) how a sugar free drink can be an energy drink when there’s little or no calories in atin.


Educate us. . please
37668773-Z048x.jpgThis flavour ?
Love the taste
yeahbutitsnotfree17/05/2019 22:08

Educate us. . please


Caffeine works by blocking the effects of adenosine, a brain chemical involved in sleep. When caffeine blocks adenosine, it causes neurons in the brain to fire. Thinking the body is in an emergency, the pituitary gland initiates the body's "fight or flight" response by releasing adrenaline. This hormone makes the heart beat faster and the eyes dilate. It also causes the liver to release extra sugar into the bloodstream for energy. Caffeine affects the levels of dopamine, a chemical in the brain's pleasure center. All of these physical responses make you feel as though you have more energy.

Also, they might have some of the following...

  • Ephedrine - A stimulant that works on the central nervous system. It is a common ingredient in weight-loss products and decongestants, but there have been concerns about its effects on the heart.
  • Taurine - A natural amino acid produced by the body that helps regulate heart beat and muscle contractions. Many health experts aren't sure what effect it has as a drink additive (and the rumor that taurine comes from bull testicles is false).
  • Ginseng - A root believed by some to have several medicinal properties, including reducing stress and boosting energy levels.
  • B-vitamins - A group of vitamins that can convert sugar to energy and improve muscle tone.
  • Guarana seed - A stimulant that comes from a small shrub native to Venezuela and Brazil.
  • Carnitine - An amino acid that plays a role in fatty acid metabolism.
  • Creatine - An organic acid that helps supply energy for muscle contractions.
  • Inositol - A member of the vitamin B complex (not a vitamin itself, because the human body can synthesize it) that helps relay messages within cells in the body.
  • Ginkgo biloba - Made from the seeds of the ginkgo biloba tree, thought to enhance memory.
chrisbass17/05/2019 22:59

Caffeine works by blocking the effects of adenosine, a brain chemical …Caffeine works by blocking the effects of adenosine, a brain chemical involved in sleep. When caffeine blocks adenosine, it causes neurons in the brain to fire. Thinking the body is in an emergency, the pituitary gland initiates the body's "fight or flight" response by releasing adrenaline. This hormone makes the heart beat faster and the eyes dilate. It also causes the liver to release extra sugar into the bloodstream for energy. Caffeine affects the levels of dopamine, a chemical in the brain's pleasure center. All of these physical responses make you feel as though you have more energy.Also, they might have some of the following...Ephedrine - A stimulant that works on the central nervous system. It is a common ingredient in weight-loss products and decongestants, but there have been concerns about its effects on the heart.Taurine - A natural amino acid produced by the body that helps regulate heart beat and muscle contractions. Many health experts aren't sure what effect it has as a drink additive (and the rumor that taurine comes from bull testicles is false).Ginseng - A root believed by some to have several medicinal properties, including reducing stress and boosting energy levels.B-vitamins - A group of vitamins that can convert sugar to energy and improve muscle tone.Guarana seed - A stimulant that comes from a small shrub native to Venezuela and Brazil.Carnitine - An amino acid that plays a role in fatty acid metabolism.Creatine - An organic acid that helps supply energy for muscle contractions.Inositol - A member of the vitamin B complex (not a vitamin itself, because the human body can synthesize it) that helps relay messages within cells in the body.Ginkgo biloba - Made from the seeds of the ginkgo biloba tree, thought to enhance memory.


Nice copy pasta!! lol
Yes! My local Polish newsagent sells a sugar free energy drink for 35p, and I thought that was cheap
chrisbass17/05/2019 22:59

Caffeine works by blocking the effects of adenosine, a brain chemical …Caffeine works by blocking the effects of adenosine, a brain chemical involved in sleep. When caffeine blocks adenosine, it causes neurons in the brain to fire. Thinking the body is in an emergency, the pituitary gland initiates the body's "fight or flight" response by releasing adrenaline. This hormone makes the heart beat faster and the eyes dilate. It also causes the liver to release extra sugar into the bloodstream for energy. Caffeine affects the levels of dopamine, a chemical in the brain's pleasure center. All of these physical responses make you feel as though you have more energy.Also, they might have some of the following...Ephedrine - A stimulant that works on the central nervous system. It is a common ingredient in weight-loss products and decongestants, but there have been concerns about its effects on the heart.Taurine - A natural amino acid produced by the body that helps regulate heart beat and muscle contractions. Many health experts aren't sure what effect it has as a drink additive (and the rumor that taurine comes from bull testicles is false).Ginseng - A root believed by some to have several medicinal properties, including reducing stress and boosting energy levels.B-vitamins - A group of vitamins that can convert sugar to energy and improve muscle tone.Guarana seed - A stimulant that comes from a small shrub native to Venezuela and Brazil.Carnitine - An amino acid that plays a role in fatty acid metabolism.Creatine - An organic acid that helps supply energy for muscle contractions.Inositol - A member of the vitamin B complex (not a vitamin itself, because the human body can synthesize it) that helps relay messages within cells in the body.Ginkgo biloba - Made from the seeds of the ginkgo biloba tree, thought to enhance memory.


Nice effort there, sadly without knowing the ratios/percentages it's kind of meaningless detail they print on the side of the can (what percentage does a trace equate to?) If you like the taste then go ahead and drink otherwise water is a much cheaper solution (actually it's a compound...)
Sadly it's still 25p in my local (Newtownabbey) and I was in there yesterday.
aLV42618/05/2019 00:21

Nice effort there, sadly without knowing the ratios/percentages it's kind …Nice effort there, sadly without knowing the ratios/percentages it's kind of meaningless detail they print on the side of the can (what percentage does a trace equate to?) If you like the taste then go ahead and drink otherwise water is a much cheaper solution (actually it's a compound...)Sadly it's still 25p in my local (Newtownabbey) and I was in there yesterday.


What baffles me is that, this can of liquid which has a load of ingredients, a huge manafacturer to produce it, printing and transporting cost and all the other expenses with the main ingredient being water, cost less than the majority of bottled water

Absolutely nuts
Must be reduced, as there 25p at my local
I HAD A FEW CANS OF THIS AT LUNCHTIME YESTERDAY AND WENT BACK FOR MORE AFTER WORK AND STILL UP RIGHT NOW SO I CAN CONFIRM IT DEFINATELY WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
uni18/05/2019 07:32

I HAD A FEW CANS OF THIS AT LUNCHTIME YESTERDAY AND WENT BACK FOR MORE …I HAD A FEW CANS OF THIS AT LUNCHTIME YESTERDAY AND WENT BACK FOR MORE AFTER WORK AND STILL UP RIGHT NOW SO I CAN CONFIRM IT DEFINATELY WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Does it even make you type in capitals without having caps lock on?
applejammer18/05/2019 08:03

Does it even make you type in capitals without having caps lock on?


YES I CAN CONFIRM THIS
BUT DONT HAVE TOO MUCH LIKE I DID
applejammer18/05/2019 08:03

Does it even make you type in capitals without having caps lock on?



MY HANDS ARE SHAKING TOO MUCH TO TYPE SO I'M SHOUTING THIS TO SIRI TO TYPE FOR ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kyballion18/05/2019 01:25

What baffles me is that, this can of liquid which has a load of …What baffles me is that, this can of liquid which has a load of ingredients, a huge manafacturer to produce it, printing and transporting cost and all the other expenses with the main ingredient being water, cost less than the majority of bottled water Absolutely nuts


Yeah, welcome to 21st century consumerism (reminds me of that movie Idiocracy - espcially the scene when they use "gatoraid" to water the crops!)
Not monkeying around, this is a monster of a crac-king deal.
25p in my local too and I buy them regularly
25p in 4 of my locals around Harrow London, I buy them every time i visit.
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