According to WebMD, The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommends that men drink 13 cups of fluids each day and women drink 9 cups of fluids each day. I’m pretty sure I’m nowhere close to drinking this amount of liquid. And now that the temps are heating up, it’s even more important to up our water intake, as we begin to sweat more. Karma Water is hoping to be the key to us drinking enough H2O.
Karma Water is not your average bottled water. The company was co-founded in 2011 by CJ Rapp and Jeff Platt. We are all probably familiar with concept of karma: “What goes around comes around”. According to Karma Water’s website, they “embrace the principle of cause and effect. [They] believe that if you do something positive, you’ll get something positive in return.” This follows their core philosophy: “To be truly meaningful, a beverage must have both substance and style.”
Karma Water has three different lines of water: Karma Probiotic, Karma Wellness and Karma Kids. The waters contain no artificial sweeteners or preservatives and are sweetened with stevia. The packaging is eye catching with bright and colorful bottles.
Karma Water has both substance and style!
Probiotics help aid in digestion and maintain gut health. Each bottle of Karma Probiotic has 2 billion probiotic cultures, which is 10x the active cultures found in yogurt. The flavors in the line include berry cherry, blueberry lemonade, strawberry lemonade, watermelon wild berry and tropical coconut, which all sound refreshing and perfect for summer.
The Karma Wellness line comes in orange mango, elderberry starfruit, passionfruit green tea and pineapple coconut. Each bottle contains only 20 calories and has 110% daily value of Vitamin A, B3, B5, B6, B12, D and E. The pineapple coconut water has 50 mg. of green tea for a natural energy boost.
Every bottle of Karma Water has a patented Push Cap. This keeps the water separate from the active ingredients until it’s time to drink. When you’re ready to drink the water, you peel off the protective seal and push the cap down to infuse the probiotics or vitamins. Then you give the bottle a good shake to mix it up. This helps to preserve the freshness of the ingredients.
Coming later this year, they are adding another line of water, Karma CBD. According to their website, it will deliver, “25 mg of Broad-Spectrum CBD from hemp” and will come in five different fruit flavors.
Karma Water is going to be a nice addition to my summer drink lineup. They provide an easy way for me to make sure I’m getting my nutrients and vitamins, in a fruity and refreshing beverage.
If you are interested in trying Karma Water, you can find it on Amazon or at many drugstores, convenience stores and grocery stores throughout the country.
Guilty Eaters, are you drinking enough water? Which Karma Water line are you most interested in trying, The Probiotic or the Wellness?