Vitaminwater Not Nutritious
Crazy. Check out the article here.
“[C]onsumers would be surprised to find out their “nutritious” drink actually contained four to five teaspoons of added sugar.
The Vitaminwater label lists the amounts of specific medicinal ingredients in the beverage but only lists the presence of non-medicinal ingredients (like cane sugar and citric acid) and not how much has been added.
In reality, a 591 ml bottle of Vitaminwater contains about 33 grams of sugar, while a 355 ml can of Coke contains 39 grams”
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