There’s a new twist on Vemma THIRST® to support healthy hydration for your body this summer! That’s right, Vemma THIRST is transforming into Bod•ē Thirst — a noncarbonated, 3-oz concentrate beverage that has a new and improved flavor; and, it features a natural sweetener blend your body and taste buds are going to love!
Available June 23rd, Bod•ē Thirst debuts as a healthier alternative to high calorie and sugar-laden sports drinks. With a new low-calorie, all natural sweetener blend that is lower in sugars and carbohydrates, a whopping 1,500 milligrams of three protein-building amino acids, four hydrating electrolytes, (that’s on top of our world famous plant-sourced mineral blend) and only 35 calories per serving, Bod•ē Thirst transforms pure water into a flavorful, healthy hydration beverage to support your every move before, during and after exercise.* Additionally, since thirst is often mistaken for hunger, Bod•ē Thirst is an ideal solution to support success on the Bod•ē 12-Week Transformation Plan. Its light, refreshing taste supplements your daily water intake to help keep hunger at bay and naturally give you a feeling of fullness.*
Vemma Bod•ē Thirst contains only 5 grams of sugar per serving. It is naturally sweetened with a proprietary blend of xylitol, organic evaporated cane juice and stevia.
- Xylitol, a natural sugar alcohol, is a low-calorie sweetener extracted from fruits and vegetables.
- Organic evaporated cane juice is considered one of the healthiest alternatives to refined sugar. It is not processed as much as refined sugar, so it retains more of the nutrients found in natural sugarcane. It’s also an excellent source of carbohydrates, necessary for those with an active lifestyle.
- Stevia is an herb that grows in South and Central Americas. Because it’s calorie-free and about 300 times sweeter than sugar, this natural extract is growing in popularity.
Thirst no more. Bod•ē Thirst. Quench it this summer!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.