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Vitamin Water Nutrition Facts

Kundan Pandey Feb 14, 2020
The topic of vitamin water nutrition facts has evoked a debate among the health experts, manufacturers, and consumers. This information highlights some pointers regarding the same.
Health and energy drinks have always been in demand, and American consumers have been an avid fan of energy drinks. In 1996, a company named as Glaceau, was founded and it specialized in the making of health drinks, pertaining to water category. In the further years of its formation, the firm launched 'vitamin water' that became popular among the masses.
There have been an ongoing debate on the effectiveness of these colored bottles that claim to have several benefits. Apparently trendy, coming in attractive small bottles, packaged nicely to garner the attraction of consumers, this drink has been quite popular.
This concept couples distilled water along with artificial vitamins, sweeteners, flavors, and other ingredients to make it tasty and give a feeling of drinking water along with good taste, a dual advantage.


The brand comes in 15 flavors, and this presents a host of choices for the consumers. The flavors includes XXX (acai berry, pomegranate), Focus (kiwi-strawberry), Energy (tropical citrus), and Rescue (green tea).
Before we judge these drinks as good or bad, accept that since these brands have gained popularity among the masses, then they definitely have something that the consumers like. For instance, taste (mind you, consumers are too sensitive with the taste of a product!) is a vital parameter for many. Though, they may not be aware about the nutritional facts.
Many people claim that these drinks are healthy for them, while some claim it to be false. The people who support these health drinks argue that they are rich in multivitamins, and so, their requirements of Vitamin C, B3, B5, B6, and B12, are adequately met.
The nutrition facts related to it include various water (in the distilled form as its ingredients), vegetable juice, and sugar in the form of fructose, generally.

Nutrition Facts

Though it is a multivitamin drink, some vitamins like vitamin D, B1, B2, B7, that are essential in regular dietary supplements have been found to absent. The drink consists of 32.5 gm of fructose (sugar) and 125 calories per bottle, about which the people are usually unaware.
The daily calorie intake, if you're not into exercising, is surely going to rise if these so-called healthy drinks are taken regularly. There are some vitamins that are definitely essential for the body, but they are not in the list. If you are taking it without understanding body needs and requirements, the extra calorie intake can cause problems.
There is no denying the fact that it is loved by many, but then there have been controversies regarding their ingredients.
Disclaimer: This is for informative purposes only, and should not be used as a replacement for expert medical advice.