April 21, 2015

Amara Sports Drink 100% Raw Fruit

I was sent 2 bottles of Sport Drink to review in exchange for my honest opinion. My opinions are my own.

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I enjoyed the 2 bottles I was sent. They had a raw fruit smell and even tho there was a slight after taste, it was a fruity one. It was very good! I don't normally drink sports drinks because they seem to always leave me thirsty, this one did not.
My husband shared the second one with me. He waited to have it until he saw for himself that the first one did not make me ill or kill me. He seemed to like it as well. 
Overall I'd give it a 5 out of 5 stars!

 Amara is highly regarded and thoroughly enjoyed as a drink that nourishes athletes and promotes healthy, balanced lives. But we continue to set our sights higher. We work with leading beverage scientists and medical doctors to continually improve our beverage’s ability to hydrate, energize, and nourish Amara drinkers. Our approach is holistic, meaning that we consider the bigger picture of what it means to live well, be healthy, achieve as an athlete, and take care of the planet. This is why all of our ingredients are Paleo-approved and contain zero artificial colors, preservatives, or flavors, all while maintaining a low-calorie profile. With just the right amount of Organic Agave Nectar and Monk Fruit, Amara tastes delightfully sweet, without overloading you with calories or crashing your energy and diet with processed sugar. Amara is designed to give you the energy boost you need from CoffeeBerry®, a full spread of B & C Vitamins and Antioxidants, and 5 of the key electrolytes found in the human body, all at isotonic levels to hydrate you as rapidly as possible. With only 30 Calories per 16oz bottle and 4g of sugar, you can rest assured Amara will help get you through your workout without adding the Calories right back like most of the leading sports drinks. Our drinks are literally made with fruit, electrolytes and water blended together and bottled raw to avoid the vitamin loss that comes with pasteurization. It’s that simple.

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