Gfuel can

gfuel can

Gfuel is something that is familiar to most of you otherwise you probably would not have been here. But what you do not may know is that they also have Gfuel cans. A carbonated and finished mixed product. So, to make everything as clear as possible and erase your question marks, we will in this blog post go through the content piece by piece. Which means that we will inform you about vitamins, caffeine, a classic FAQ and the energy complex. 



Are Gfuel Cans sugar free?  

The answer is yes, all their different flavors contain 0g of sugar.  

How many calories does a Gfuel can contain?  

All their flavors contain 0 calories. 

Are they keto friendly? 

Both yes and no, given that it does not contain any sugar or other carbohydrates, it is keto-friendly. But it contains the sweetener Acesulfame K which according to studies gives a reduced effect on diets.  

Is a Gfuel Can bad for you?  

The short answer is no, as it contains, good vitamins, amino acids and other antioxidants. But given that there is a high caffeine content in a can, it is important to limit your daily intake. 


The brand Gfuel 

Gfuel was one of the first to create a powder energy formula. Based in USA and has through time worked with many well-known names and E-sport tournaments. The goal was to create a healthier option instead of the original energy drinks. They have today succeeded to make over 20 different flavors and releasing new ones continuously.  

So with this being said, let’s start with today’s main subject which is their can version. Gfuel cans have today been produced in 11 different flavors, some of them inspired by their most popular flavors like Blue Ice and PewDiePie Lingonberry. Every can contains vitamins, antioxidants and a lot of caffeine to keep you focused and energized. A deeper and more clearly description of the ingredients comes later in this blog-post.  

As mentioned above there are a total of 11 different flavors. Some inspired by their most popular flavors. It is a smart way to offer something for those that prefer carbonated drinks and to expand their targeted audience. What do you prefer, cans or the original powder?  
Some of the flavors existing are Flavor bomb, Radioactive Lemonade, FaZeberry, Sour Cherry, Orange Vibe, Rainbow Sherbet Blue Ice and PewDiePie Lingonberry. A broad selection. The only negative thing is that it is US only… 

It is e new concept. With a new and huge amount of caffeine, with huge I mean HUGE. A can of gfuel contains 473ml (16oz) of liquid and astounding 300mg caffeine. Therefore it is extra important that you reserve yourself from drinking to many. For many of you this can be a huge amount of caffeine. Then instead we recommend you to mix ordinary gfuel (150mg caffeine per serving) with carbonated water. If you do prefer you drink to be carbonated.  

This was a short brief about Gfuel and their cans, now let’s move on to vitamins and energy complex.  

Presentation of the Gfuel can ingredients 

This is the most informative part and it will probably answer all the questions you have about this product. Is it really that good as it says? To make it a lot easier we will refer to the label of Gfuel Blue Ice can. And to not make this part to boring to read we have split this paragraph up in two different subheadings, Energy and Vitamins.  


What mentioned before in this blog-post is the huge amount of caffeine a Gfuel can contains. It is as much as 300mg in one single can. Which is probably what you are looking for if you are really tiered. Worth to mention again is that it contains zero sugar, which means you don’t get THE crash afterwards.  

In a Gfuel can you can also find their focus amino, which makes you extra focused. With this being said it is time to jump over to the next part, an explanation of which vitamins a can contains.  


There is a bunch of good vitamins in a Gfuel can, to be exact a can contains vitamin C + E + B12 + B6. This probably don’t say much to you. Down below you will find information about why these vitamins are good for you and how much there is in a can of Gfuel.  

  • Potassium 4% = necessary for the body’s nerve and muscle function and to regulate blood pressure.  
  • Niacin 25% = needed to break down protein, carbohydrates and fats. Also helps keep the nervous system functioning and the skin healthy.  
  • Vitamin B6 25% = necessary for protein metabolism and is important for nerve function.  
  • Vitamin C 50% = facilitates the absorption of iron from food. Works as an antioxidant and, among other things, to build up the body’s cartilage and bone tissue.  
  • Vitamin E unknown% = Vitamin E is an antioxidant that, among other things, protects our tissues by preventing the polyunsaturated fatty acids that make up the membranes from being broken down.  
  • Vitamin B12 25% = needed for the cells’ metabolism and the formation of blood cells. 

%= Daily Value 

Great vitamins that is necessary for our body function. Not particularly high intake you get from each vitamin, but they are easy to consume through a daily varied diet. Overall, there is nothing bad to say about these vitamins.  



To summarize todays blogpost about Gfuel cans, generally a good product but you need to reserve yourself because of the high amount of caffeine. And we can only hope that these bastards soon get available on the European market. It is a great option if you prefer your drink to be carbonated.  

A short conclusion, but we hope that you enjoyed this blogpost, found it useful and got your questions answered. Don’t forget that you can always checkout our Gfuel category here 




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