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Do You Know About WTRMLN WTR?

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

I had hoped to get some time to write while we were away these last 3 weeks. I think this the longest that I've ever been away from home, and we had a great trip. However, I just couldn't seem to fit in writing. We were really just too busy working on projects.

I've lived in Pennsylvania for almost 8 years now, and I know that I have acclimated to the climate here. I was not prepared for the heat and humidity in Mississippi and Texas.

My morning runs were less than stellar. In fact, I had barely made it a quarter of a mile some days when I felt the need to walk. I had 30 minutes to get in a workout before our day began (due to sunrise). So my workouts were usually shorter than normal.

As we were doing outside work in Texas, I knew the importance of hydration and keeping my electrolytes balanced. I'm not a fan of sports drinks. First of all, I really don't like the taste. Second, have you read the ingredients? I can't pronounce most of them. But by the 3rd or 4th day of working outside, my legs had started cramping ... and I mean bad. I knew it was past time for something other than water. Because it was all that I had at the time, I turned to a traditional sports drink. I encourage you not to underestimate the importance of electrolytes, but I believe you should also know what you are putting into your body - including chemicals in sports drinks.

And I believe I may have found a healthy alternative to traditional sports drinks. It's called WTRMLN WTR

It's cold pressed watermelon juice, with watermelon rind and a touch of organic lemon. It has 6 times the electrolytes of most traditional sports drinks. It contains 60% daily value of vitamin C, plus contains lycopene and L-Citrulline, and zero (that's right) zero added sugar. 

One serving has 60 calories (a bottle is 1.5 servings) with 740mg of potassium per serving. 

How did it taste? I gave it a try after a hot evening run once we were back home in PA. 

And I liked it. I am not a huge watermelon fan, but I liked it. The lemon was a nice touch. It didn't leave an aftertaste, and I definitely felt refreshed after drinking it. 

Would I use it in place of a traditional sports drink? I sure will. This is what I will also be giving Hubby when he needs more than just water. 

I really encourage you to check it out - I'm definitely a new fan of WTRMLN WTR

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