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Pepsi/Aquafine Flavored Water Informative - Love The Water - Aquafine Flavored Splash water

Review by Twilite on 2009-01-13
GUIN, ALABAMA -- I had back surgery in Jan. of 2006 and before that all I drank was Pepsi. I also had high cholesterol and border line diabetic. After my surgery all I drank was Aquafine flavored splash water and am still drinking it and now my cholesterol is down and my sugar level is much better and I drink 3 bottles a day and can not imagine not drinking it. I live in Alabama now and it is hard to find the Aquafine flavored water and will drive 30 to 50 miles in order to have it to drink. Can't stand regular water. So don't believe everything you hear and only half of what you see. Things can change in no time but this water is my life and has helped me a lot. I would suggest that a lot more people drink it and they would be better off. I also use Splenda in my coffee and baking foods also. I guess if I am going to die sooner or later, at least I will be happy. You can't protect yourself from everything that isn't good in your life and everyone has different opinions, so everyone should make there own decision on the matter and everyone else should keep some of there opinions to themselves.

I am happy and wish I could find it closer to me in Guin, Al. If anyone knows where I could find it please post it on this site so I could get some so I don't run out. Thanks Pepsi for making flavored water.

Twila
Comments:7 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-01-14
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-14:
I applaud you for taking a step down from Pepsi to flavored water. Myself, I don't do flavored water, but I drink plenty of plain old clear water. Always have. I also have a real hard time giving in to buying the bottled stuff when I can drink it for free from a fountain, tap, end of a garden hose, or a creek.
Posted by Starlord on 2009-01-14:
I can definitely understand the OP, especially having lived in Arizona. We were forced to buy bottled water because the water there was, in our opinion, non-potable. IT was hard to the point of really needing a water softener system, which we could not afford. Now we live in Washington, and the soft water here is a real delight. The wife can wash dishes and let them dry in the rack and we have no spots. In Arizona, you could feel the water spots left on the dishes. I am a diabetic, also, and I use Splenda, and can only wonder why the FDA took so long to approve it. It was used in England and Europe for thirty years before our FDA said okay. Maybe C2O lives in a place where they have soft water. The water in Arizona would leave a real bad taste in your mouth.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-14:
Great wisdom C2O. If more people followed your example the USA would be a far healthier country. I'd vote you 'Best Answer' but the MAN won't give me the right to vote.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-14:
Thanks Crabs. Knowing what you think is reward enough for me.
I also know what the MAN thinks, and that kind of cancels your vote out. At least I'm back to even.
Posted by jenjenn on 2009-01-14:
I'll do it for you crabby!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-14:
Crabs, "it's not the man........."
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-01-14:
Thanks jenjenn! I'm mortified that I've been notified for being helpful. lol!

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