A ‘green pill’ for the world’s population: Energy pills | The Economist

Energy pills are a cheap, widely available, and easy-to-use form of energy that can be added to virtually any food product or service.

Energy pills make sense for many people who struggle with energy consumption.

And they make sense in places like China where energy consumption is soaring due to rapid urbanization.

“They are so cheap and easy to use,” says David Gillett, a professor of environmental and environmental health at the University of Michigan.

In China, energy pills have been widely available in supermarkets for years.

Many are sold in China as a supplement to the regular diet.

They include caffeine, vitamins, minerals, and omega-3 fatty acids.

They also contain some minerals, like calcium and magnesium.

The pills are sold under several brands including Nivea, Boca, and Sun, according to the company’s website.

While energy pills are commonly used in China, they’re often sold in the United States, as well.

Gillett says there’s a reason energy pills were so popular in China.

China has been a big producer of energy.

Its government has been developing a large domestic market for energy since the late 1990s, and the country has become an energy exporter.

It also has one of the worlds highest energy consumption rates, at a rate of 2.5 watts per kilowatt-hour.

A 2013 report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates China’s energy consumption will grow by 8% in 2025, or 1.8% per year.

Energy pills have become a popular way to boost energy levels and to help people feel better about their energy consumption, according the IEA.

Chinese officials have made it a goal to cut energy use, especially for the elderly.

They’re trying to do that by encouraging people to use energy-saving products, like water purifiers and energy-efficient appliances, and reducing the use of energy-intensive cars, according David Gailman, director of energy at the International Institute for Sustainable Development, a Washington-based think tank.

At the same time, energy companies are pushing the government to create incentives to encourage the use, or at least reduce the amount of, energy that people use.

According to the IAEA, China has one the world a third of the global energy consumption for power generation and one of only a few nations that consume more than 100% of its electricity from renewable sources.

With the country in the midst of a power crisis, the government is trying to figure out ways to help its citizens and businesses conserve energy.

It has offered subsidies and free power to some businesses and households.

For many Chinese, energy prices have soared as a result.

Government data from China’s Ministry of Public Security shows energy prices in China increased by 1.5% in the first quarter of this year.

The average price for a typical energy drink in the country was around 8.2 yuan ($1.8).

The price for electricity was around 10 yuan.

Despite the rise in energy prices, energy pill sales have been relatively small.

So far, energy tablets have been sold in just a handful of cities, mostly in cities and smaller towns.

Still, the pills are making their way into more and more grocery stores.

Even in China’s largest city, Beijing, there are about 200 energy pill stores, according Chinese media.

Boca is one of China’s biggest energy companies, and it is selling energy pills at a number of grocery stores, including Boca Chica, Bonaire, and La Jolla.

There are also a handful other energy pill companies that have been popping up in China in recent years, including China Power and Power Plus.

One of those is C&C Energy, which has sold energy pills to the likes of Walmart, McDonalds, Trader Joe’s, and Starbucks.

Other energy pill firms are smaller and less profitable.

C&C is also selling energy tablets at Whole Foods Market in San Francisco.

That said, energy supplements have been around for years, and many are sold as part of a mix of supplements and nutritional supplements.

Some energy pill makers sell energy pills in a variety of shapes and sizes, including energy pills that are smaller than a baseball bat, energy bars, energy cups, and energy pellets.

You can also buy energy pills online, in stores, or online at the Chinese online shopping site Taobao.

Although the pills sell for a premium price, energy experts say that the products are actually more effective than supplements.

The pills contain a mix.

When it comes to boosting energy levels, energy supplement pills tend to be more effective, because they include more natural ingredients.

Energy tablets contain calcium, for example, and have more nutrients, like vitamin C and magnesium, than do other energy pills.

But some energy pill manufacturers also claim that they are healthier.

David Gilletts