A New Way to Activate Vitamins in Your Water

A New Way to Activate Vitamins in Your Water

Food & Drink

A New Way to Activate Vitamins in Your Water


We’ve been talking a lot lately about beverages, so here’s another for you to think about. A drink called ACTIVATE has a proprietary cap design that stores vitamins separately from the water. This allows the vitamins to stay fresh and potent, ready when you are. All you do is twist the cap to release the vitamins into the water.

When it comes to enhanced vitamin drinks, this one caught our attention because of the unique bottle design as well as its flavors. I mean, really, Lulo Pear, Blueberry Pomegranate and Raspberry Citrus? Pretty creative combinations that certainly whet my taste buds.

“We are excited to share ACTIVATE’s new varieties with consumers,” said ACTIVATE CEO Dan Holland. “Vitamins and other ingredients lose their potency sitting in water. By storing the active ingredients inside the unique cap, separate from the water, the ingredients stay powerful, fresh. We believe ACTIVATE is the future for health conscious consumers on the move.”

Lulo Pear claims to offer 200 percent of your daily serving of Vitamin C, so stock up for colds and flu season. Blueberry Pomegranate is made with açaí and Aloe Vera extract, antioxidants known to support healthy aging. And Raspberry Citrus has been dubbed a “workout drink” because it’s loaded with Vitamin C, amino acids and electrolytes. There are other flavors, too (Fruit Punch, Orange, Exotic Berry, Lemon Lime, Grape, Passion Fruit and Pink Grapefruit), so if this is your cup of . . . water, just check them out at this link.


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