Product Review: True Grapefruit Water Enhancer

True Grapefruit Water Enhancer[1]Bored with plain water[2]? Looking for an alternative to artificially sweetened beverages? Check out True Grapefruit Water Enhancer!

To get cutting-edge diabetes news, strategies for blood glucose management, nutrition tips, healthy recipes, and more delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for our free newsletters[3]!

Made from real grapefruit that is crystallized into granules, True Grapefruit lets you enjoy the taste of grapefruit whenever, wherever. Use it to flavor your water, tea, or any beverage. (People taking certain statins, such as simvastatin [brand name Zocor], lovastatin [Mevacor], or atorvastatin [Lipitor], along with a variety of other medications, should avoid using[4] products with grapefruit or grapefruit juice due to possible interactions. Speak to your doctor before consuming a product with grapefruit.) Give it a try in cooking and baking. No mess, no calories, no sodium, and no carbs. Also, no artificial sweeteners, preservatives, color, or gluten. Each True Grapefruit packet is equal in taste to one grapefruit wedge, so it’s perfect for hot or cold water. It travels and keeps well, too — stick a few packets in your purse, lunch bag or desk drawer and take it with you on your next trip. Freshen up the taste of your beverages with the sunny taste of grapefruit.

Learn more about True Grapefruit Water Enhancer on Amazon[5] and Walmart[6].

Want to learn more about staying hydrated? See “Staying Hydrated,”[7] “Best Beverages for Staying Hydrated,”[8] “Water Facts: Getting to Know H20,”[9] and “What’s to Drink?”[10]

  1. [Image]:
  2. water:
  3. sign up for our free newsletters:
  4. avoid using:
  5. Amazon:
  6. Walmart:
  7. “Staying Hydrated,”:
  8. “Best Beverages for Staying Hydrated,”:
  9. “Water Facts: Getting to Know H20,”:
  10. “What’s to Drink?”:

Source URL:

Disclaimer of Medical Advice: Statements and opinions expressed on this Web site are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the publishers or advertisers. The information, which comes from qualified medical writers, does not constitute medical advice or recommendation of any kind, and you should not rely on any information contained in such posts or comments to replace consultations with your qualified health care professionals to meet your individual needs.