‘Get More’ From Your Hydration

July 4, 2016
In the past we’ve been slightly sceptical of ‘health drinks’, but this was before we met ‘Get More’.
Our uncertainty with other brands came from clever advertising luring you in with labels listing an abundance of benefits. However, often they offered more than we bargained for packed with unheard of and unwanted ingredients! A big hit of calories came from spoons of added sugar, not to mention the ghastly list of additives and E numbers. But these sugary secrets are nowhere to be seen in the delicious range of ‘Get More’ drinks.
‘Get More’ has a both a still and sparking range of flavoured waters. Each one comes with their own individual health boosters, free from sugar and artificial flavourings. With less than 10 calories in each bottle and no terrifying ingredients we have made Get More water our (second favourite) workout buddy.
Still Flavours:
Apple and Raspberry with B Vitamins – Replenish energy
Cranberry and Pomegranate with Minerals (Potassium, Calcium & Magnesium) – Provides essential nutrients
Mango and Passion Fruit with Vitamin D – Supports healthy Bones


Sparkling Flavours:
Blackcurrant and Blueberry with Vitamin A – Supports healthy skin and vision
Lemon and Lime with Multivitamins (B Vitamins, Vitamin C, Magnesium & Zinc) – Overall health
Orange with Vitamin C – Immune system booster
We tend not to use supplements as in most cases we can get what we need from our food. What we like about ‘Get More’ is having the opportunity to include multivitamins in with our hydration, but what really tickles our fancy is being spoilt for with flavours to suit every circumstance. E’s favourite is the Cranberry and Pomegranate as she is prone to ‘sweating’ (sometime more than she wishes) when exercising. This means she can easily guzzle those lost salts and minerals back into her body during and post workout. H tends to spend a few more hours  than she should in the office (because she wants to, not because she has been tied to her desk!), therefore the Mango and Passion fruit water is great for her to boost her vitamin D levels when she can’t spend as much time ‘sun soaking’ as she’d wish.
If you want to Get More out of your hydration to, head to their WEBSITE or pop to Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda, WHSmiths, or Ocado to grab a bottle!

Apple and Raspberry edit

Pomegranate and Cranberry editMango and Passionfruit edit

Blueberry and Blackcurrent Edit

Lemon and Lime edit



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