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I work in a school cafe and we have recently started selling this to the kids. i was wondering if it is compliant. I sure it feeds the Sugar Demon, but it sounds like something different to drink. I am having a hard time with just water and tea.

I am on day 12.

Here is what is in it:

Ingredients:

100% Juice (Filtered Sparkling Water Sufficient to Reconstitute Juice Concentrates, Apple, Grape, Acerola and Cherry Juice Concentrates), Natural Flavors, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

serving size 8 oz.

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I personally wouldn't drink this because, although it looks compliant (wondering about those "natural flavors" though...), it would turn my teeny little vanquished sugar dragon into a rampaging beast. I get tired of tea and water too (even with all the wonderful teas out there) and will switch it up to include kombucha, LaCroix sparkling waters, or yummy bone broth.

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I have never tried kombucha, what is it anyway? Sparlkling waters I am not a fan of, but I may have to try them again to see if it is the change I need.

Kombucha is a slightly sweet, tart, fizzy, tea like drink. You can find it at health food stores, refigerated and in bottles. It's really good!

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Kombucha is one of the happiest things about my Whole30. And, there are so many things. Kombucha is a yummy, yummy fermented tea. A safe brand is GT. It starts sweetened, but is safe because it does not have added sugar after it is fermented. It is yummy and can help your digestive system. I heard good things about all of the flavors, but absolutely love the gingerade. It is like Arnold Palmer meets gingerale.

I have read that it is a good idea to start slow. I haven't seen many people who drink a whole bottle. I am at about four ounces that I dilute with cold water.

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