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Riptide Vapor

“My 17-year-old son is a health nut, and he’s very into fitness. He won’t drink sodas, and he can’t tolerate milk, so he usually drinks water at school. My 16-year-old cares nothing about nutrition and he loves soda. Both my boys loved the great taste of Riptide Vapor along with the zing of the carbonation,” says Rallie McAllister, MD, MPH, a mom of three sons, a family physician, and coauthor of The Mommy MD Guide to Losing Weight and Feeling Great, in Lexington, KY. “They said they would drink it every day if it were offered at their high school.”

“As a physician and a mom, I love the fact that Riptide Vapor is far better for kids than sodas–diet or otherwise,” Dr. McAllister adds. “I’m very concerned about the excess consumption of sugar by our kids, and I believe that consumption of artificial sweeteners is no better. We have lots of scientific evidence suggesting that artificial sweeteners contribute to the problem of obesity. I think it’s really important to have a good alternative to milk in school cafeterias, since so many kids can’t or won’t drink milk. Not only is Riptide Vapor an excellent option, it’s also very appealing to kids, so they’ll actually choose it, drink it, and enjoy it!

Riptide Vapor isn’t sold in stores, but you can request it be sold at your kids’ school cafeteria. Also, you can request your school’s Parent Teacher Association offer it as a fund raiser. Riptide Vapor can also be ordered online at www.riptiderevolution.com.  Enter coupon code MommyMD for free shipping when you purchase two or more cases. Visit www.riptiderevolution.com for more information.

Note: We received sample(s) of Riptide Vapor in exchange for our honest opinions. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we use personally and believe will be good for our readers. 


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