Friday, April 11, 2008

Wake up with some sucralose-sweetened juice!

I don't know about the rest of you, but I tend to get a wee bit sleepy every afternoon right after lunch. And then I typically have to go chug a cup of coffee or caffeinated tea to perk up. When it's really bad, I bust out the sugary, unhealthy energy drinks (hangs head in shame). Well, move over, Red Bull. There's a new competitor in town. And I'm digging it - big time - and with much less buyer's remorse.
Ocean Spray recently unveiled Cranergy (TM) Energy Juice Drink, a sugar-free, low-calorie beverage made with green tea extract, five B-vitamins and vitamin C. Sweetened with Splenda, it contains only 35 calories per eight-ounce serving - which is 50 percent fewer calories than other leading energy drinks.
Still not sold? Well, look at the health benefits. The vitamin C helps boost immunity and improves iron absorption, while cranberries and green tea are known to be high in antioxidants that help the body fight free radicals.
Cranergy(TM) is available in two flavors - Cranberry Lift and Raspberry Cranberry Lift. Next time you start yawning and nodding off at your computer screen, hit the closest grocery store and buy one of these. It's worth a shot, right?

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