A Healthy Soda Your Kids Can Drink

I wanted to share one of my favorite products. It’s a healthy soda your kids can drink, and it’s called Zevia. I discovered this product a few years ago and absolutely love it because it’s a healthy alternative that keeps my family happy.

Some of the things I like about it:

  • It doesn’t have any sugar
  • It doesn’t have any High-Fructose Corn Syrup
  • It doesn’t have any artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, sucralose, or aceulfame K/aceulfame potassium
  • It’s Non-GMO Project Verified.
A Healthy Soda Your Kids Can Drink

A Healthy Soda Your Kids Can Drink

It tastes good, is really refreshing, and comes in 15 different flavors. My favorite flavors are Dr. Zevia, Mountain, and Lemon-Lime.

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Where Can I Get It?

You can find this at the following stores (note: Trader Joe’s does not carry it as of this writing).

  • Amazon.com
  • Kroger
  • Sprouts
  • Whole Foods

Another cool thing about Zevia is that I approve it for use while on the 3-Day Refresh

It’s sweetened with Stevia, Monk Fruit a.k.a. Luo Han Gao, which by the way are both in Shakeology, and Erythritol (which is derived from fruits and vegetables).

Most people I talk to have never heard of Zevia, so would you help me spread the word so we can help everyone make healthier choices? You can learn more at Zevia.com.

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