The folks over at Omega-3Water sent me on over a case of each flavor to try out. Both are vegetarian friendly and Kosher certified because the Omega-3 nutrients used are sourced from flax seed, not fish. This means no fishy aftertaste like I get from my fish oil supplement I take daily - whew! (Nothing is worse than a fish oil burp, let me tell you! LOL) Both flavors contain 20,000 mcg of Omega-3, while the Bold Berry has calcium and vitamins B 3,5,6,12 & D. The Orange Kiwi contains vitamins A, B 3,5,6,12 & C.
Omega-3Water is best served chilled, so we kept a few bottles in the fridge at a time. Because it's all natural, kids can drink it too. Both DH and I loved the Bold Berry the best, while the kiddo liked the Orange Kiwi. Now this isn't a calorie free drink - both the Orange Kiwi and the Bold Berry have 45 calories per serving in a 2.5 serving bottle. If you are counting your calories, keep this in mind and don't just drink this all day! While the product isn't clear, it doesn't seem to have the chemical colorings that other choices have, and it also doesn't contain high fructose corn syrup according to the label.
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I received samples of the product(s) mentioned above in order to try them out in my own home and share my thoughts on them. All opinions are my own.