Sorry for disappearing once again, but more on that some other day. I have to admit, sometimes I take ages to type up the post, and not necessarily because the product is bad. It is usually affected by outside world, force major so to speak, such as family, work, health, etc. Even emergency room visits. I have been there twice in the past month..
This post is much more than overdue. I feel extremely guilty against the company for putting it off for so long, I meant well, but I have to be in good mood, perfect health and right place to type up blog posts, because I don't want my posts seem rushed and impersonal. Anyway, here am I, finally typing it up. I believe in the end of summer, I got a range of Vitamin Well Waters to try, and what can I say, I loved them so much, that I almost immediately drank it up even before making photos. Oops. So I have finally went around on buying few bottles for photographing, so this post can finally be published.
As you know, I am a vegetarian, mostly due to health reasons, but I love animals as well, so I wouldn't want them on my plate. With that, comes some challenges, and even though the common gist is that well balanced diet shouldn't create a lack on any vitamins, when you cut meat out of your diet, but who has time for that? I have to admit, I don't eat as healthy as I should. My counter is full of natural medicine and supplements, but do I remember to take them in time? I think an answer is quite clear. And here is, where Vitamin Well waters come into play. I don't know about you, but I am constantly thirsty. I can easily drink 2 and more liters a day. Preferably sparkling water, but chilled Vitamin Water does it too. Not only is it tasty, it has a variety of choices: Everyday (green apple), Care (red grapefruit), Reload (lime and lemon) and are filled up with awesome nutrients, such as magnesium, calcium, zinc, B12. So not only do you keep yourself hydrated, you get recommended daily dose of vitamins as well. It also tastes lovely, my favorite must be the one with apples, even though I usually loath anything apple scented/tasted, but this one I like quite a lot.
Have you ever tried it? Do you like it? Let me know in the comments, as always :).