You decide: FUZE Berry Punch

November 22, 2012 |

It does look like Fuze is a brand designed to confuse the consumers who are looking for healthy beverages. I came to this conclusion after taking a look at a few Fuze drinks. Fuze has been initially conceived as a health drink fortified with a variety of vitamins, antioxidants and electrolytes.  But after its acquisition by Coca-Cola in 2007 the beverage was slowly degraded to an ordinary chemical swill containing HFCS, artificial flavors and colors. Here is FUZE Berry Punch which contains only 3% of juice. Do not be confused, the DyeDiet diagram doesn’t lie to you: There are three xenobiotic chemicals you don’t want to allow into your body.

DyeDiet Doesn’t Buy It!

Fuze Berry Punch: Risk Nutrition and Dye Content

FUZE Berry Punch: Risk Nutrition and Dye Content

The additives of particular concern are:

So you make your final decision if you like the idea of drinking FUZE Berry Punch or not. I do not like it despite the passion fruit that is added to enhance the aroma. Drinking FUZE Berry Punch will put you at a significant chemical risk of: DDFI = 22/21 ~ 1 and will give you a negligible nutritional value of DDNF = 21/40 ~ 0.5.

Bottom line. The truth is that FUZE Berry Punch contains very little natural juice concentrates and flavors; it is very unhealthy beverage made with a number of unwelcome chemicals. So if you care about your health, you will not choose drinking FUZE Berry Punch on a regular basis. The better alternatives are Arizona Fruit PunchMott’s For Tots Fruit Punch, diluted 100% Welch Grape Juice or, of course, filtered water. Hydrate Yourself Straight!

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Category: Food Dyes Exposure, Food Terrorism, Soft drinks

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