enviga-calorie-burning-drink.jpg The Center for Science in the Public Interest has filed a suit in US District Court, New Jersey, against Coca-Cola and Nestlé for their marketing and labeling of Enviga, a new soft drink that can burn calories and help overweight people slim down. But CSPI scientists are of the view that this is just another over-priced diet soda. But, so far, there are no indications that these claims will be withdrawn.

Product Benefits
a. Enviga claims to aid in weight loss.
b. It supposedly does not contain any calories.
c. However, it contains carbonated water, calcium, concentrated green tea extract, natural flavors and ingredients typically found in any diet soda.
d. It also contains high amount of caffeine, phosphoric acid, and the artificial sweeteners aspartame and acesulfame potassium.
e. This product has not been tested properly.
f. It costs between $1.29 and $1.49 per can.
g. According to advertisements the maximum effect is gained by drinking three cans a day.
h. This product comes in three different flavors and is believed to stimulate metabolism.
i. To see Enviga's Comparison with other popular drinks click here