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[H.sub.2]O, redux.

Consider stocking these trendy thirst quenchers. They claim plenty of health benefits that will appeal to health-conscious teens and adults.

* Artichoke water

Each bottle contains the health benefits found in a nutrition-packed baby artichoke: vitamins C and A, antioxidants, dietary fiber.

* Maple water

This low-cal drink is loaded with vitamins, minerals and polyphenols--which may promote thyroid and bone health.

* Cactus water

Made with prickly pear cactus juice, this water could decrease inflammation.

* Blk water

This drink adds fulvic trace minerals and claims to balance the body's pH levels.

* Crazy water

This beverage includes potassium, zinc, calcium, magnesium and manganese (which helps with bone density)--pretty crazy, huh?

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Title Annotation:UP FRONT
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Aug 1, 2015
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