- Both contain a blend of B vitamins, nutrients and amino acids
- Both contain caffeine as a main ingredient for enhancing energy
- Both contain 0 grams of sugar
- Both work fast to energize you and make you feel more alert with a boost of long-lasting energy
- Both come packaged in a convenient and portable shot-sized, 1.93 fl oz bottle
- Both are vegan and gluten-free
Sounds good right? Maybe, on paper they sound very comparable, but read on to learn just how different they really are!
- Vitamin Energy Immune+ is packed with 260 mg of sustainably sourced, natural caffeine and green tea extract to energize you for up to 7+ hours, while 5-Hour Energy uses 215 mg of caffeine to energize you up to for 3 to 5 hours.
- Vitamin Energy Immune+ offers benefits to promote a healthy gut and fight inflammation thanks to the antioxidant properties of polyphenols present in it, while 5-Hour Energy does not offer benefits with ingredients to support gut health.
- Vitamin Energy Immune+ is powered with essential B vitamins, including B12 and B6 and 100% DV of Vitamin C along with other vitamins to support a healthy immune response while 5-Hour Energy offers less benefits to boost immunity.
- Formulated as a keto-friendly supplement with 0 g of sugar and 0 net carbs, Vitamin Energy Immune+ supports healthy weight loss, while 5-Hour Energy does not offer benefits to boost weight loss.
- Vitamin Energy has no artificial flavors or sugars while 5-Hour Energy contains the artificial sweetener, sucralose, an ingredient that has been found to contribute to insulin dysregulation as well as artificial preservatives.
- With 0 grams of sugar or artificial sugars, Vitamin Energy offers a boost of energy with no sugar crash or jitters while 5-Hour Energy has been found to contribute to sugar crashes.
- Vitamin Energy Immune+ is available in a deliciously fruity flavor while people have complained that 5-Hour Energy has a bitter taste.
Anita Quinn (31) is a Staff Writer for The Daily Post focusing on Beauty, Fashion, and Health. Her extensive traveling for various environmental and wildlife conservation groups has taken her to 24 countries and 37 U.S. states. The three things she packs for every trip are: a good mystery novel, a moisturizer with a high SPF, and her mother's old camera.