G Fuel and Rogue have already proven their worth in their niches especially in the gaming industry. They are both effective in boosting your energy and enhancing your cognitive functions. But, which one is the better energy drink for you?
This article will help you answer that question.
In terms of formulation, G Fuel has a higher content in nutrients such as calories, carbohydrates, and sodium, than Rogue. You have more advantage in G Fuel if you’re into heavy physical and mental activity. While Rogue can be an even better option to support the specific weight loss diet plan you’re in.
There are more differences to consider before you decide which is a better energy drink brand for you. Is it G Fuel or Rogue? Continue reading,
Comparison of Nutritional Facts
A calorie refers to the number of energy that you get from the food and drink you consume.
For your body to function properly, you’ll be needing energy. Therefore, no matter how damaged calories’ reputation is in the weight loss world, you need them. At least, a certain safe amount.
Don’t worry, G Fuel and Rogue are both low in calories to even make you gain weight. Here’s a table of comparisons:
|G Fuel (7g)||Rogue (6.9g)|
|25 calories||0-5 calories|
Evidently, Rogue Energy has a lower calorie count than G Fuel. Its calorie count varies on the flavors but is nonetheless lesser in volume.
If you’re on a low-calorie diet, Rogue is your best friend. Although Rogue isn’t advertised for weight loss, it surely won’t contribute to your weight gain so you can safely enjoy it during a low-calorie diet.
But if you’re going to have vigorous physical activity, in my opinion, G Fuel is a better choice. More calories mean more fuel to burn, ergo more energy.
Stay vigilant, though, because too much consumption of calories can lead to obesity and diabetes. It’s a relief that these health risks are reduced with G Fuel and most especially with Rogue.
Another source of energy is carbohydrates. Like calories, they are always present in the food that you eat and the beverages that you drink.
Excessive intake of carbs can also result in weight gain and cardiovascular diseases. Fortunately, G Fuel and Rogue contain small amounts of them.
|G Fuel (7g)||Rogue (6.9g)|
If you think you’re getting enough daily carbs to supply from other food sources like pasta, bread, and rice, then Rogue sounds like the better choice because it won’t contribute any more carbs to help you not exceed your carbs daily recommended intake.
But, if you’ve been avoiding carbs all day, G Fuel’s 5g of carbohydrates shouldn’t hurt. After all, you still need it to fuel your body with energy.
“Sugar is the sociopath of foods. It acts sweet but it’s really poison.”Karen Salmansohn
I could not agree more with this quote from Karen Salmansohn, a known author of self-help books. Although sugar in itself isn’t necessarily harmful, its uses and abundance in a lot of food make it dangerous.
Here’s a table to show you how much sugar you’re getting from G Fuel and Rogue:
|G Fuel (7g)||Rogue (6.9g)|
Yes, that’s right. Both of these brands are sugar-free so you don’t have to worry about developing the mentioned diseases by drinking either G Fuel and Rogue every day.
Sodium is a kind of electrolyte that plays a role in balancing the fluids in your body. It also supports your muscle contraction. Both G Fuel and Rogue have sodium in their formula.
Take a look at this table:
|G Fuel (7g)||Rogue (6.9g)|
Which has better sodium content, G Fuel and Rogue? In my opinion, it shouldn’t matter since their numbers are very close to each other. What’s important is that the sodium content shouldn’t be excessive to the point that it will pose health risks.
According to the FDA’s website, an adult must limit their Sodium intake to 2,300mg per day.
Sodium is part of what retains water in your body throughout strenuous activities. With toe to toe content, both G Fuel and Sneak can do just enough of this without going over the daily limit.
Comparison of Caffeine
Caffeine is one of the most important components of an energy drink. Hundreds of studies have already noted caffeine to be an effective energy booster and a substance that can keep you awake and alert.
|Caffeine in G Fuel (7g serving)||Caffeine in Rogue (6.9 serving)|
Clearly, Rogue has higher caffeine content than G Fuel. This means Rogue has a greater and stronger kick in energy and alertness once consumed. This equates to higher performance, longer endurance, and intensified vigilance.
While all of these sounds like everything you want to achieve after consuming a serving of an energy drink, these aren’t always the results that you get.
If you have a low tolerance for caffeine, the higher the caffeine level, the higher your risks of experiencing side effects, or even caffeine overdose. So you must understand how sensitive your body is to caffeine and how it reacts to it before you decide which one to pick.
Watch this video to help you understand how caffeine works in your body:
Comparison of Ingredients
G Fuel and Rogue have a lot of similarities in their ingredients. They have grouped their components into complexes to better emphasize each ingredient’s purpose in their respective formulation.
Both G Fuel and Rogue have Energy and Focus Complexes while only G Fuel has an Antioxidant Complex and only Rogue has a Recovery Complex.
Energy Complex Ingredients
As the name suggests, this group is focused on the ingredients that are solely geared towards providing you with energy.
You can find caffeine and taurine here. These two are a popular combo among energy drinks. A study shows that their synergy improves sports performance.
|G Fuel Energy Complex Ingredients||Rogue Energy Complex Ingredients|
|Velvet Bean Seed Extract||Glycine|
All ingredients are the same for both brands under the Energy Complex group, except only G Fuel has an aphrodisiac called Velvet Bean Seed Extract and only Rogue has an amino acid called Glycine.
These differences aren’t huge in number therefore the comparison is strongly toe-to-toe.
Focus Complex Ingredients
The ingredients found here promote better concentration and are directed towards your cognitive function.
|G Fuel Focus Complex Ingredients||Rogue Energy Focus Complex Ingredients|
|Adenosine-5-Triphosphate Disodium Salt||N-Acetyl Tyrosine|
|Aerial Parts Extract||Choline L-Bitartrate|
|Bacopa Leaf Extract||Bacopa Monnieri|
|–||Mucuna Pruriens Seed Extract|
This set of ingredients has a lot of differences but there’s one common ingredient in the Focus Complex of G Fuel and Rogue, and that’s the Bacopa ingredient, they may have different names but they’re very similar in effect.
Their ingredients are varying. For example, both the Toothed Clubmoss and N-Acetyl Tyrosine focus on brain chemicals, but the rest of the ingredients are different.
G Fuel contains more extracts, which are antioxidants meant to help fight neuron diseases (ex. aerial parts extract), whereas the ingredients in Rogue focuses on present neurological support.
G Fuel Antioxidant Complex Ingredients
These are the ingredients that help fight free radicals that damage your cells, causing you to develop certain types of health problems like cancer and heart diseases.
- Pineapple Fruit Powder
- Cabbage Palm Berry Powder
- Pomegranate Fruit Extract
- Apple Fruit Powder
- Orange Fruit Powder
- Blueberry Fruit Powder
- Grape Seed Powder
- Grapefruit Fruit Powder
- Plum Fruit Powder
- Raspberry Fruit Powder
- Strawberry Fruit Powder
- Watermelon Fruit Powder
- Lemon Fruit Powder
- Lime Fruit Powder
- Melon Fruit Powder
- Sour Cherry Fruit Powder
- Papaya Fruit Powder
- Peach Fruit Powder
- Pyrus communis Fruit Powder
Rogue Energy Recovery Complex Ingredients
This group supports your muscles and prevents fatigue. These are beneficial components especially when you’re always physically active.
Admittedly, these two complexes unique to only one of the brands are beneficial in their own ways. Added antioxidants are definitely good for you, as well as ingredients aimed for body recovery. In the comparison of these, it will all boil down to whichever benefit you find you want more.
Comparison of Other Ingredients
The ingredients under this group are food additives. They improve the texture, color, and shelf-life of a certain product.
|Citric Acid||Citric Acid|
|Natural and Artificial Flavors||Natural and Artificial Flavors|
|Silicon Dioxide||Silicon Dioxide|
This table of comparison appears to have a lot of similarities too, except only G Fuel has Acesulfame Potassium and Malic Acid.
Malic Acid is meant to emphasize the taste of certain fruits in its formula. This would make sense seeing as it benefits G Fuel’s variety of fruit-derived antioxidants. It is not really a loss for Rogue who doesn’t focus on fruit-derived ingredients.
As for, acesulfame potassium, this is simply an artificial sweetener of which its absence won’t be noticeable. But more of this is below.
Artificial Sweeteners Used
G Fuel and Rogue are both sugar-free, instead, they use artificial substances to sweeten their energy drinks.
G Fuel uses two types of artificial sweeteners: Sucralose and Acesulfame Potassium.
Rogue only makes use of sucralose.
Both ingredients are very effective in sweetening drinks, comparably up to 600 times sweeter than ordinary sugar. There really isn’t much of a difference here either.
After all of that goodness, what can each brand offer as their flavors beyond their formula? Let’s take a look.
G Fuel offers over 40 tasty flavors, I’ll be listing down their best-sellers below. You can check out the full list of flavors on G Fuel’s website.
- G Fuel PewDiePie
- G Fuel Sour Blue Chug Rug
- G Fuel HYPE SAUCE
- G Fuel FaZeberry
- G Fuel Tropical Rain
- G Fuel Blue Ice
- G Fuel Ragin’ Gummy Fish
- G Fuel Snow Cone
- G Fuel Bahama Mama
- G Fuel Strawberry Banana
- G Fuel Watermelon
- G Fuel Rainbow Sherbet
- G Fuel Strawberry Shortcake
- G Fuel Battle Juice
- G Fuel Sonic’s Peach Rings
Rogue offers a total of 13 flavors.
- Rogue Energy Blue Raspberry
- Rogue Energy Watermelon
- Rogue Energy Cherry Limeade
- Rogue Energy Strawberry Kiwi
- Rogue Shake Caramel Vanilla Latte
- Rogue Shake Cookies ‘N Cream
- Rogue Energy Pink Lemonade
- Rogue Energy Grape Popsicle
- Rogue Energy Mango Pineapple
- Rogue Hydration Fruit Punch
- Rogue Hydration Dragon Fruit Mango
- Rogue Extreme Strawberry Lemonade
- Rogue Extreme Green Apple
Evidently, G Fuel offers a wider variety of flavors, therefore it’s definitely up a leg on Rogue Energy.
Where can you buy G Fuel and Rogue?
|G Fuel’s official website||Rogue’s official website|
|In-stores (7-Eleven, Walmart)||–|
Both brands are available on their official websites as well as eCommerce sites, but only G Fuel has an established physical shop.
This advantage depends on whether you’re more likely to make your purchases on the go, or you’re fine making a purchase in your own home.
|G Fuel (40 servings)||Rogue Energy (30 servings)|
|Sachets/Packets||$26.11 (7 packs)||$10.99 (5 packs)|
There is a clear gap between their prices. For G Fuel you are paying a dollar for each serving, whereas for Rogue, it’ll be $1.09. In this perspective, there isn’t much of a gap.
Their differences come in their product availability. G Fuel does not come in smaller packs, unlike Rogue. This can be difficult if you’re constantly on the go or would like to make a small test sachet before committing to an entire tub of the drink.
What are their differences?
Both brands are varying in their similarity. They are both sugar-free, and their ingredients are almost the same. The rest, however, is different.
G Fuel has a higher number of calories, carbohydrates, and sodium, while Rogue is leading in terms of caffeine.
Both energy drinks are available to purchase online, but only G Fuel is available in-stores.
A serving of G Fuel costs $1, while Rogue costs $1.09. Additionally, both brands cater to different complexes.
Which one is better?
To be honest, both are really good in terms of the formulation and the pricing, so it’s going to be a hard decision to make.
If you’re someone who has an active lifestyle and doesn’t mind a few calories in your diet, then G Fuel is a great choice for you.
But if you’re looking for a stronger caffeine kick yet and you’re on a weight control diet plan, I’m pretty sure Rogue will work best for you.
G Fuel and Rogue are great options for an energy drink. They are both sugar-free and have an amazing set of ingredients.
The answer to which brand is better depends on how your body reacts to caffeine and the kind of lifestyle you have, as well as the complex you resonate with best.
G Fuel works best for people with active lifestyles, while Rogue fits well for people who are on a strict weight loss diet.