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Vitamin Water

Before you throw out your regular vitamins, you might want to read the label on one of these drinks very carefully. Take Glacéau Vitaminwater Essential Orange Carrot. The label claims that it packs a "megadose of vitamins and minerals from A all the way through zinc." A closer look reveals that the $1.49 bottle delivers 100 calories but only between 2 percent and 50 percent of the daily value of 12 vitamins and minerals. Essentials, including folic acid and vitamin D and Bi, are missing, too.

Glaceau Vitamin Water Glaceau Vitamin Water
Vapor distilled water, crystalline fructose, citric acid, caffeine, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), gum Arabic, natural flavor, electrolytes (calcium, magnesium, and potassium), gum ester, zinc picolinate, vitamin E acetate, vitamin A palmitate, niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), beta carotene, Siberian ginseng and guarana extracts, cyanocobalamin (B12), caramel color, pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6)
Base Energy + Water Base Energy + Water
Discover the benefits of pure BASE enhanced water. Designed to optimize muscle tone during exercise, this innovative formula combines the ultimate sleection of plant extracts, fruit juice concentrate, and essential minerals to meet your highest level of body requirements.
TalkingRain Beverage TalkingRain Beverage
TalkingRain Beverage Company is passionate about providing health-conscious consumers with the freshest natural water and flavored beverages. The TalkingRain family of beverages includes five healthy, thirst-quenching product lines: spring water, oxygenated water, sparkling water, diet flavored non-carbonated water & flavored non-carbonated water. Some are enhanced with fruit flavors, enriched with natural herbal supplements, and infused with vitamins.
VitaZest VitaZest
VitaZest Vitamin & Fruit Enriched Water is a unique drink that has no carbs, no calories, no sugar, no artificial colors, no preservatives and no caffeine. It is offered in eight tantalizing flavors: Blueberry, Mango Cherry, Kiwi Strawberry, Pomegranate, Lemon Lime, Passion Fruit, Peach Melon and Orange. Each bottle contains 10 essential vitamins and minerals, with up to 125 percent Vitamin C in some flavors. It is one of the few beverages enriched with calcium.
  Vitamin A | Carotene or Retinol
Needed to protect the linings of the lungs, stomach, intestines, urinary tract and other organs. Deficiency produces night blindness.
  Vitamin B Complex
All vitamin B-Complex group are water soluble, and are linked together in several chemical ways. They are formed from either bacteria, yeast's, fungi, or moulds.
  Vitamin C | Ascorbic Acid
Also water-soluble, vitamin C is the opposite of vitamin B12 in that it is found in almost all plant foods but not in meat. It is a powerful antioxidant and is required for the formation of collagen; i.e., in wound healing.
  Vitamin E | Tocopherol
Menadione is involved in the processes of coagulation.


Neotame - NutraSweet
Neotame is an artificial sweetener made by NutraSweet. It is derived from and similar in structure to aspartame. However, Neotame is heat stable, much more potent, and of no danger to those suffering from phenylketonuria, as it does not metabolize into phenylalanine.
What puzzles many people is how a food additive may suddenly be branded as unsafe after many years of seemingly safe use. The case of saccharin is a good example of how the shifting requirements of the law, the progress of science, and new trends in food uses can change a substance's status from "safe" to "unsafe."
Sucralose - Splenda
Sucralose is a non-caloric sweetener, also known by the trade name SPLENDA. In the European Union it is also known under the E number E955. It is 500–600 times as sweet as sucrose, making it roughly twice as sweet as saccharin and four times as sweet as aspartame.