The beverage named “Vitamin Water”, certainly has a healthy appeal. However, you’ve probably heard the old saying about judging a book by it’s cover. Sadly, Vitamin Water turns out to be nothing more than “sugar water” and it’s bad for your health.
Mike Adams, AKA “The Health Ranger”, has done an outstanding report on the Vitamin Water scam. A 20 oz bottle of this beverage has about 32.5 grams of sugar. Needless to say, the only thing this drink will do for you is increase your exposure to weight gain, obesity, and diabetes.
While the marketing slogans imply Vitamin Water is good for your health, you’re actually being misled. Vitamin Water in fact, contains only small amounts of cheap synthetic vitamins, which are of little benefit for improving your health.
The Bottom Line: I’m becoming more and more concerned about the companies seeking to benefit financially, by misleading you about the quality of their products. If you’re already prediabetic and you drink Vitamin Water, the effects on your health could be very serious. Read the product labels. Protect yourself from implied “health benefits” by ignoring the marketing hype. Research a product before you buy it. The life you save… could very well be your own.
It’s your life, live well.