Stur is a natural stevia liquid water enhancer with 0 sugar, 0 calories, and 7 essential vitamins. Available in several flavors, Stur helps people naturally drink more water, by adding as little or as much flavor as they want.
What do I love about it? Well, it tastes a lot like Vitamin Water, but without all the sugar. You can change the flavor by adding more or less, and you don’t have to stir it. Just squeeze it into your water glass or bottle (or cocktail!) and drink!
The founder created it when his wife was pregnant with twins and he wanted to help her drink more water throughout her pregnancy. The U.S. Institutes of Medicine recommend Americans drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. Among other things, water helps maintain the balance of body fluids, can help control calories, helps energize muscles, helps keep skin looking good, and helps your kidneys flush out toxins.
There are 6 flavors – and you can mix them with water, tea, unflavored soda, or even cocktails!
▪ Lightly sweetened with stevia leaf extract
▪ Natural fruit flavors
▪ Zero calories
▪ Sugar free
▪ Gluten free
▪ Caffeine free
▪ 7 essential vitamins – A, D, E, B3, B5, B6, B12
▪ Add to water, soda water and even cocktails!
▪ Portable – great for travel
▪ Cucumber Mint
▪ Orange Mango
▪ Lemon Tea
Stur contains stevia leaf extract. The sweet leaves of the stevia plant have been safely used as a sweetener in South America for centuries, and are recognized as safe by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the general population, including pregnant women and children. Stur does NOT use artificial or chemical sweeteners commonly found in other water enhancers and bottled beverages, such as Sucralose, Aspartame, and Acesulfame Potassium.
▪ 18 (8oz.) servings per bottle
▪ Retail Price: $3.99–$4.99
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