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Yes and Not Really: The water portion of it is healthy and fine to drink. The vitamin (or other additive) portion of it is neither healthy nor unhealthy, because it can be obtained in our food or in a daily multivitamin (which covers most of the recommended vitamins); or because it is an additive that is advertised as helpful but may actually be unnecessary and unproven. It is fine to drink plain water and save $$$. ...Read more
Reasonable choice: Vitamin water zero XXX is sweetened with erythritol and stevia, which are relatively safe non-caloric sweeteners, and also has vitamin C, potassium and some B vitamins. I think the best drinks are pure water and organic teas but if you are craving an occasional sweet drink this is a reasonably healthy choice. ...Read more
Does propel zero count as water? I have supplements that require me to drink 8 glasses of water daily and i was curious to know if propel zero counts
Yes and no: Propel zero is no calorie flavored water, but it also has electrolytes added, as does pedialyte that babies and toddlers drink. If your supplements are wanting you to drink free water because they need you to dilute out electrolytes they may contain, then no, the propel is not the stuff for you. If on the other hand, they just want you to be getting no calorie beverage, then it can count. ...Read more
Unknown: This product is sweetened with stevia which was only approved for human consumption in 2009. Some feel it was approved to fast. While healthier than soda this product has lots of additives you do not need. All of the vitamins can be obtained from eating "real" food. You would be healthier eating more fruits and vegetables and drinking plain tap water. ...Read more
Yes: Diet coke offers nothing over a glass of cold, clean water except the taste, the fun of the bubbles, and a bit of caffeine. Vitamin water has the advantage of a tiny bit of vitamins, enough to make it smell funny. Pay for whichever one you want to spend money on. How about some fresh fruit for the sweetness and enjoyment instead? ...Read more
Kevin im on citalapram, & clozapram, can I drink sprite zero and powerade zero along with water, and caffeene free tea?
Should be OK..: The two medicines you are taking should be ok together and the types of beverages you mentioned should not pose problem with th0se medications. But like all else, moderation is a good thing to follow. Excess diet drinks are not healthy--too much preservatives/sweeteners etc..Water=best drink! so, use common sense--live sensibly. Eat well, sleep adequately, exercise and see doc regularly. Good luck. ...Read more
No; not healthy .: Artificial sweeteners have been found to have a multitude of side effects because they are metabolized into methanol and formaldehyde. Formaldehyde has been found to cause migraines, cancer, heart palpitations, gastrointestinal and neurological problems. You would be better off to avoid all sodas, diet or not, and focus on drinking more water and herbal tea. ...Read more
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