Hubby likes it. I tasted a sip of what he had mixed - it was quite sweet, although apparently it's sugar-free. Whatever it takes to get him to drink water, I guess. although, he does drink plain water, too - I think he just uses it as a "treat" on occasion. At least it means less pop.
Fitness Minutes: (74,322) Posts: 3,360 4/11/12 12:54 P
So I just checked out the link you sent, and it sounds a lot like Crystal Light, except the stuff is already in liquid form. I also read the "energy" version of MiO, and it sounds like you can turn your water into RedBull. Hmm.... I would have to wonder if you're consuming caffeine in your water, it's going to be considered a caffinated beverage, like tea or coffee or diet cola, and you would still have to drink an additional 8 oz plain water to dilute the caffeine ingested. That said, I've got a friend in Oromocto who'll probably love the energy versions. *snicker*
So if anyone tries it, let us know what you thought!
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Fitness Minutes: (35,516) Posts: 1,035 4/11/12 7:20 A
Has anyone heard of this stuff? Sounds similar to Crystal Light but only needs one or two drops of liquid to flavor a glass or bottle of water. One of the guys my office said he bought it at Walmart over the weekend. Here is a link I found: http://www.kraftbrands.com/mio/about_mio.h tml
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