by VitaZest

Product Type

Water: Still


20 fl oz

Nutritional Info

Serving size 8 fl oz;
Servings per container 2.5;
calories 0;
sodium 10 mg;
total carbohydrate 0;
vitamin A 5%, vitamin C 50%;
vitamin D 10%;
vitamin E 5%;
vitamin B2 25%;
vitamin B3 25%;
vitamin B6 25%;
vitamin B12 25%;
vitamin B5 25%;
calcium 2%


Filtered water, lemon juice from concentrate, natural flavors, citric acid, calcium lactate, ascorbic acid, gum acacia, sucralose (SPENDA BRAND), beta carotene (for color), niacinamide (vit. B3), ester gum, vitamin E acetate, D-calcium pantothenate (vitamin B5), vitamin A palmitate, riboflavin (vit. B2, pyridoxine HCL (vit. b6), cholecalciferol (vit D3), cyanocobalamin (vit B12),

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Review: Lemon Lime

Posted: Jan 24, 2005 at 12:00 AM (Last Updated: Jan 24, 2005 at 12:30 PM)
Lemon Lime Vita Zest takes advantage of its lemon juice concentrate to create a very natural-tasting citrus flavor. The product's label states, "VitaFact...Lemons and Lime are believed to purify the body." The beverage has a full complement of vitamins from A through E. The flavor, however, is really what sets this product apart. As far as low-carb products go, few products can compete. The only obvious place for improvement is in the packaging, which doesn't really stand out and borders on generic. Still, the exceptional formula on the inside makes this product definitely worth your money.