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    October 28, 2007



    I always love taking vitamin water. I feel energetic after taking it. It seems to be full of vitamins and good for diet.

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    I agree there water is better i for vitamins use a good diet...


    I have not read very good things about vitamin water- although it is perceived as a healthy beverage, it is actually loaded with sugar, with little proven benefit like you said. IMO, I would avoid products like this altogether- you're much better off with a glass of water and a vitamin.

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