ROAR Organic Cucumber Watermelon – My New Favorite Way to Hydrate!

I had the amazing opportunity to try out this new product. I am so glad I did!

I have a multitude of medical issues as well as going through Bariatric surgery, and have been told drinking a LOT of water.. 64 – 100 ounces a day, to keep hydrated, to will help with my health. THIS is very hard to do! I have to be careful, as I also need soy and gluten free.  I have tried most other electrolyte drinks, like all the ‘ades’ (Gatorade, Powerade) and Pedialyte, I cannot stomach the taste. I don’t like the aftertaste of these drinks, and I hate the ‘salty’ flavor (yes, I taste salt).

I had the opportunity to try out a ROAR Organic Hydration Drink from @ROARorganic via @socialnature and I picked up the Cucumber Watermelon option. Both my husband and I tried it and were VERY pleasantly surprised at how good it was! It does not taste anything like any of the other hydration drinks; no aftertaste, and no chemical taste. This is absolutely refreshing!  Tastes like a nice organic juice with very good flavor. You definitely get the watermelon and a hint of cucumber. This has everything I CAN consume for my body, and nothing I cannot.

The bonus about this product is it’s vegan organic, non-GMO, no soy or gluten, very low in sugar, has antioxidants and is very low in calories. After we tried the one, we went back and purchased more. In addition to water, as a replacement to water, any time – these are really good, and frankly somewhat addictive.

I would suggest trying one, and I completely think you’ll be turned too! 

#trynatural #tryROAR  

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