BODYARMOR Natural Sports Drink Review




I have spent the last several months giving my lifestyle an overhaul. I could do all of the natural living things I wanted, but if I didn't get off my butt and start moving, I was going to remain obese. So, I took a long had look at myself and decided to get moving. Plus my Celiac diagnosis really lit a fire under my hide, so to speak.

My worst habit was my pop addiction. I had tried and failed many times in the past not to drink it. Sadly, I would give into temptation. Since I made changes, I've been downing water like a mad woman for months and rarely drink pop now. I also try to walk several miles a week and work out at home. A healthier, more active lifestyle means putting better things in my body.

With adjusting to a more active lifestyle, I've looked into drinks besides water to keep me hydrated. I won't lie, water gets boring. Traditional sports drinks have a lot of artificial flavoring, but I figured they were better than pop, so I'd drink those anyhow. Try as I might, I will never like plain coconut water. Then I was introduced to BODYARMOR, the #1 natural sports drink.




What makes BODYARMOR different from other sports drinks, you ask? First of all, it has no artificial flavors. It's packed with potassium and electrolytes that keeps you hydrated. It contains vitamins and minerals from coconut water, which luckily for me is flavored by delicious flavors such as fruit punch, orange mango, strawberry banana (my favorite!), mixed berry, tropical punch, grape, and blackout berry. Another important aspect for my diet is that it isn't packed with sodium, which I need to specifically avoid.

My husband also tried out BODYARMOR and really enjoyed it. He hasn't gotten on the same healthy lifestyle kick I have, so any thing I can get him to drink besides pop is a miracle. These sports drinks will definitely become a household staple for our family since every member of the family can enjoy the yummy taste and health benefits.

Since we've gotten to sample BODYARMOR in our home, I've already found it in our local grocery store and noticed that a friend had it in her diaper bag. I'm happy that it's available to purchase locally, because it's absolutely delicious and leave you filling good. If you're located in the Midwest like I am, you can find it in several stores like Hy-Vee or Target.

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Disclaimer: I received free products in order to facilitate this review. Although this is a sponsored post, my opinions are honest and my own.

Comments

  1. We tried these a while back. My son really enjoyed the strawberry banana. I don't really recall blackout berry but it sounds like a flavor I'd like.

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  2. I think I'll pick these up for my son to have after his gym trips. I want to make sure he's hydrating properly!

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  3. We have tried BODYARMOR before and I drank most of it myself...with in the first couple of days LOL

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  4. I'm getting more into working out this summer so I might have to try this! I've actually never tried sports drinks before!

    Nellwyn | www.thecardinalpress.com

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  5. Sounds like a great drink! I dont think we can get it here in Norway but will have to look!

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  6. I want to try this! I like having health focused drinks in the house to grab after working out.

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  7. I think I need to try these! Ive been trying to drink less coffee and caffeine!

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  8. I have heard such great things about these drinks. Sounds like some really great drinks with some good benefits! - Jeanine

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  9. Being a basketball mom, I understand how important it is for athletes to stay hydrated. These drinks do a great job, especially during tournaments.

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Farrah
Hi! I'm Farrah, a stay at home mom in Iowa.
I spend my days homeschooling five kids,
running them to extracurricular activities,
and learning how to run a large family household.
I blog about natural living and my journey with Celiac Disease.