Water mix-ins

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Posted: 04 Jun 2007, 20:45
I don't really like the taste of plain water so I normally add the Crystal Light packs to my bottled water. They are sugar free and don't appear to have anything in them. I assume these are okay to use. Does anyone know any reason NOT to use these?

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Posted: 04 Jun 2007, 22:36
crystal light is sugar free, so go for it.

Another good mix in that also helps curb appetite is the Dexatrim Max2O tablets. You dissolve 1-2 in a regular size bottle of water and they come in lemon, berry, orange, and strawberry-kiwi flavors. I've tried the lemon and the berry, and I prefer only using one, though they recommend 2. It really helps when I have a late night snack craving and I know it's too late for me to eat.
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Posted: 05 Jun 2007, 06:21
Hi...guess what...the more you add into the water, the more cravings spring up. Try pure lemon or lime if you have to add anything to get enough water into your systemSmile Think about your car...what makes it go? PREMIUM gas is the best... Just monitor your cravings, and think back to what you ate or drank that caused the craving... cravings are what leads to cheating! Enjoy the real stuffSmile)

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