Friday, September 3, 2010

Try this!!! Found something new

So I found this flavored water at Kroger's yesterday here in Georgia in the 10 for $10 box!!! Great find :)  See the nutrition info:
Nutritional Facts:
Serving Size 8 fl oz
Servings Per Container Approx 2.5
Amount per serving:
Total Fat
Total Carb
Dietary Fiber
Ingredients: Ultra Premium Water, Organic Agave Nectar, Natural Organic Mango Acai Flavor and Citric Acid. 

I was very excited when I saw this because I am always looking for something a little more flavorful then just plain water.  I like to have some juice at times but they are always filled with artificial sweetners.  I know there is Sobe or Vitamin water, but I believe they have more carbs or sugars in them then this.  Anyways I just wanted to share my find.  Hopefully all the Krogers have this special going on right now.  : )  If not here is the website.  They have a TWIST locate on there site so maybe if not Kroger's you can find another store in your area.
Hope every has a wonderful Labor Day weekend!! 


  1. SoBe drinks have 15 grams of carb and 0 grams of sugar for the entire bottle.

    For the whole bottle of Twist it would be 5 grams of carbs and 5 grams of sugar. I would have a hard time with that because it takes up so much of the sugar count for the day. Do you have a hard time staying within your sugar count for the day if you drink an entire bottle?

  2. Oh darn, I didn't read the serving size correctly. I thought one bottle was the serving size. booo!!! So it looks like Sobe would be better I guess sugar wise. No I usually don't have trouble with the sugars. Right now I am having about 60 g carbs per day and 15 g sugars. I am cutting back on carbs to hopefully lose a little faster. But every once in a while I do sneak a few bites of a sugary snack when I see my husband have something. I just ask him for a bite or two. ;)

  3. :( I'm sorry. A bite or two here and there is the way to do it. I think having little splurges here and there is good as long as they are controlled. Sounds like you're doing great. I think like exercise and calories, it's good to switch up your carb intake as well so that your body doesn't get used to a set amount and get into a rut. Some days I get all 120 grams of carbs, other days I'll get around 60-80 grams of carb, etc. and fill out my calories with extra fat and protein. I really believe in the idea of always keeping your body guessing and never allowing it settle into a rut, especially a metabolic rut in the case of weight loss.