Coca-Cola and Nestle launched a new beverage today called Enviga that is supposed to help raise metabolism enough to burn 60-100 calories per day for people in the lean-to-normal weight range. (Do these people need improved metabolism?)
Enviga is not positioned as a weight-loss drink, but rather is a green-tea beverage containing a strong antioxident, that according to its chief scientist, “increases calorie burning….representing the perfect partnership of science and nature.”
The part that bothers me is that Coke is recommending consuming three of the 12-ounce beverages a day to reach that 60-100 calorie burn. I’m trying to locate the nutritional information to determine total calories, caffeine and sugar in each serving, so I’ll reserve final judgment until I find out.