Mi-oh my-oh! In March, Kraft introduced Mio, its new “liquid water enhancer.” For about 17 cents a squirt, you can add one of six different flavors and deep colors to your water.
So what exactly are you drinking along with that pretty color? No fruit, that’s for sure, and a lot of artificial sweeteners, colors and preservatives. Here’s the ingredients from the Berry Pomegranate Mio:
It’s a source of joy and sorrow. Of health and sickness. Every day, sometimes every hour, we think about it. A lot of our lives revolve around keeping it full. But how many of us really know our stomachs?
We thought it might be nice if we got to know them a little better. So here are some facts about that little stranger inside us.
Women’s Health Magazine shares these tips to getting slim, and they’re all about liquids. All you have to do is add them to or remove them from your daily routine.
Here’s what to do: first, drink at least eight cups water with ICE every day (feel free to add 0-calorie, all-natural True Lemon, True Lime, True Orange or True Grapefruit to give great taste to every glass!). Second, have up to three smoothies with yogurt every day. And third: give up drinks with sugar.
How do those chickens you buy in the supermarket get so big? The same way some weightlifters do. A lot of chickens are fed a growth drug, called 3-Nitro, or roxarsone.
Not only are growth drugs unnatural (and you know how we’re all about natural food here at True Citrus), but 3-Nitro has cancer-causing arsenic in it. Arsenic is also linked to heart disease, diabetes and declines in brain function. And since it’s in chickens, that arsenic is winding up in –you guessed it! Our bodies.
Staying within a healthy weight range makes you feel better, have more energy and most important, means less chance of getting diabetes and other diseases.
Aside from staying full with at least eight glasses of water with delicious, zero-calorie, all-natural True Citrus, here’s another easy way to control what you eat at meals. All you need are your two hands!
Whether you’re a man or a woman, it’s common to get a urinary tract infection. Okay, it’s a lot more common for women! Here’s how to reduce your chances of having to suffer the aches and fever of bacteria-caused infected kidneys, bladder ureter or urethra -- mostly with the help of what you eat and drink!
Drink More …
C’mon, seriously? Meat Glue? We had no idea this even existed!
Well not only does meat glue exist, it’s very commonly used by food manufacturers in products like chicken nuggets, crab meat and fish balls. It’s used in meat mixes like sausages, and even to combine small beef pieces into nice-looking “restructured”, “reformed” or “reconstituted” steaks, fillets, roasts or cutlets.
The number of adults with diabetes in the world has more than doubled since 1980. In the U.S., 8.3 percent of us have diabetes. But if you were diagnosed with Type 2 (adult onset) diabetes there’s good news –sort of.
First the good news.Your condition can be cured without medication. That means you can avoid suffering the effects of the disease, which can include heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, kidney disease, and blindness.
The Newest Addition to the True Family
True Citrus Lovers: you asked for it, and finally, it’s here. Escape the ordinary. Change it up with the deliciously refreshing taste of True Grapefruit!
- Made with 100% natural ingredients including grapefruit oils and juices - for a fresh-squeezed grapefruit taste anytime, anywhere.
- 0 calories, 0g carbs, 0g sugars
- No artificial sweeteners, preservatives, colors, sodium or gluten
- Every serving has 25% of your daily Vitamin C requirements
- Great for water, beverages and drinks!
Reserve your True Grapefruit today! Pre-order your box from our online store for shipment the first week of July.
At the beginning of the year, Whole Foods started taking baby steps away from promoting processed food products.
"We've decided if Whole Foods doesn't take a leadership role in educating people about a healthy diet, who the heck is going to do it?" said John Mackey, Whole Foods Market Inc.'s founder and chief executive.