We have all seen it, the TV commercial with the guy that just seems to be perfect in every way, talking about how he bought a Powerade Power Drinks from a local convenience store and then drank it within minutes he was feeling better. After he finished, he said to his friends "Now I feel much healthier, much more energized. It has me running 10 miles during the morning." He didn't look at the Powerade Power Drink very carefully or even think about whether it really was a Powerade but somehow just knew that he had gotten some Nasty Juice that day.
The question is, how do you know if a Powerade drink is a fake Nasty Drink? You may not be able to look directly at the bottle to tell if it's a fake Nasty Juice, so the best way to find out if this is the case is to ask someone who owns it and see if they will let you try it. If you can get them to give you a few tries then chances are it's real Nasty Juice. Another way to determine if it's a fake Nasty Juice is to check the ingredients. There should be only one Nasty Juice ingredient listed on the bottle and it should be a protein powder. If there are other ingredients listed that you aren't familiar with, then chances are it isn't a Powerade and it is very likely that it is a fake Powerade.
There are many different Nasty Juices available and they all claim to be able to give you the energy you need, but there is only one that can legitimately make you run faster, jump higher, and hit the ground running harder than you ever thought possible. That one ingredient is called Adenosine. There are many different sources for getting Adenosine, but you can easily get it in two different forms: In pill form or as an injection. If you want the fastest results possible then Adenosine is what you need. It is cheap and readily available, so there is no reason not to grab yourself some of this new energy supplement.