As part of our Drink More Water challenge with Get More Vitamins Drinks, we’re looking for original ways to increase our water consumption. Vitamin water offers a delicious and refreshing alternative to the water filter or tap and as adequate water consumption is crucial to our vitamin absorption, vitamin waters are a fantastic 2 in 1 solution to dehydration and vitamin deficiencies.

However, with a variety of products available on the market, not all vitamin water is created equal. With many containing additives like sugar, it is important to be discerning about all the ingredients they contain. Here’s what you should be looking out for when choosing your vitamin water.

 

Added sugar? No, thank you.
The sugar content of many vitamin waters is on par with well-known sugary soft drinks, meaning they’re calorie-loaded and really not that great for our bodies. Some products have up to 13g of sugar per serving which is close to half our recommended daily intake! The list of harming effects of excess sugar is almost endless so we won’t harp on too much here but it is important to note that inflammation caused by sugar can lead to malabsorption of vitamins. This means that the body cannot get the full benefit of the vitamins in the drink and as such, we are left with not much else but sugary water. Get More Vitamins Drinks have no added sugar which means you can ensure you’re getting the full benefits of vitamins in your drink and with only 6-9 calories per bottle, your blood sugar levels won’t spike as it would with sugar-laden alternatives.

 

Which vitamins exactly?
If you’re reaching for a vitamin water as a form of liquid supplement rather than just afternoon pick-me-up, then it’s important that you know which vitamins are contained in a water and how exactly they help you. Get More Vitamins Drinks have different products each made with specific vitamins: A, B, C, D, minerals and multivitamins to target specific deficiencies and supplement a healthy diet. The Get More B Vitamins Drink contains vitamins B1, B3, B6 and B12 to give an energy kick and boost metabolic function, this is particularly useful for those fighting fatigue or having a plant-based diet.

 

So which to choose?
Unlike many vitamin waters available in your health food stores or supermarket aisles, Get More Vitamins Drinks have no added sugar and the product’s intention is to boost your vitamin levels where you might be lacking. We believe that big businesses are releasing vitamin waters to capitalise on this new market, which has been created by our increasing rejection of sugar-loaded soft drinks. As it is important to consider the integrity of the brand you’re buying from, Get More Vitamins Drinks are trusty and reliable products made to give us a helping hand with our health.

Full of vitamin goodness to ensure you’re getting Vitamin D when you haven’t seen the sun for days or Vitamin C when there’s a cold being shared around the office, the Get More Vitamins Drinks range gives you a boost where it’s needed when it’s needed!

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