Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Ayala's Herbal Water...drink up!


If you don't like drinking your daily bottle(s) of water then you might want to give Ayala Herbal Water a try. And even if you are an avid water drinker like yours truly, you'll want to sip these delicious herbal waters, the first ever USDA certified flavored organic water! I'm drinking a bottle of Ginger Lemon Peel it right now... its delicious!

With flavors like Lemongrass Mint Vanilla, Lavender Mint, Lemon Verbena Geranium, Cloves Cardamom Cinnamon, Cinnamon Orange Peel, and Ginger Lemon Peel , its easy to gulp some water during the day. These taste so good, I'm already a fan! The flavors are not strong, rather its more like an essence in the water. The flavor is not overpowering or sweet, the herbal flavors are refreshing.

The best part for those of us who are fat/calorie conscious is that these contain zero calories, no artificial additives or preservatives. The artisian well water is purified so you are drinking only the purest water and natural herbs.

Ayala Herbal Water is a healthy alternative to soda and fruit juices which contain so much sugar that I limit my own children's consumption to...pretty much nothing. With these waters, however, they can drink up! The creator of the product, Dr. Ayala Laufer Cahana is not only a doctor (pediatrics and medical genetics) but a mother. She must know how hard it is to feed kids healthy foods! Its a daily challenge for moms and dads everywhere. If she could only turn these herbal waters into some kind of chewy fruit snacks...

A percentage of Ayala's Herbal Water revenue (at six participating Whole Foods Markets in New York City) is donated to The Children's Aid Society which helps kids in need.
For more information, please head over to HerbalWater.com.

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Natalie said...

Ooo. these look awesome. And I thought I'd tried everything at Whole Foods - thanks for sharing.

8:05 PM  
Anonymous organic lipstick said...

herbal water sounds good...water in itself has lots of positives...add herbs to it...voila.

11:27 PM  
Anonymous Ayrton said...

Fantastic! I love herbal based products, like the skincare line I use. Now I can rejoice my h2o intake.

4:03 PM  
Anonymous jimon said...

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4:54 AM  
Anonymous anxiety herbal cures said...

Yes, very interesting indeed. Water is healthy, herbs are healthy.

6:42 AM  

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