Simple Truth Vapor Distilled Water Plus Electrolytes
Here are the details on our Vapor Distilled Water Plus Electrolytes!
- Distillation process: Municipal water is steamed; the vapor is collected and condensed.
- Distillation removes all impurities and minerals.
- Electrolytes are added for taste (calcium chloride, potassium bicarbonate and magnesium chloride).
- Despite the add-back of minerals, this does not yield a significant amount of dietary calcium, potassium or magnesium to our intakes.
- Bottle is made from 100% recycled PET (polyethylene terephthalate) and is considered a plastic #1.
- Product is ZERO everything: No calories, no sodium and no fat/carbs/protein — just hydration!
- Although it appears to be marketed as a health drink, this water is appropriate for anyone, anywhere: Lounging around at home, gym workouts or on-the-go!
- If you’re engaged in intense exercise, an alternative calorie-containing “electrolyte drink” would be more suitable for your needs, as nutrients like carbohydrates, sodium and potassium should be replenished during high physical activity.
- Four servings of water are contained in each 33.8 fluid ounce bottle (at eight fluid ounces or one cup each).
Product remains at best quality for one full year (from bottling) if left unopened.
So drink up!
Molly McBride, RD, LD, is a corporate registered dietitian for The Kroger Company, working through the Kroger Customer Connect (C|c) to provide nutrition, diet, food safety, allergen and other health-related feedback to customers and to the community. She is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science in General Dietetics and is currently a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati towards her Masters of Science in Nutrition. Molly is involved with the Vegetarian Dietetic Practice Group and holds weight management certificates for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is a Certified Food Safety Manager by the FSP National Registry and her past experiences includes work in many short and long-term care clinical settings. She also is a Zumba fanatic.