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Discussion in 'Exante' started by bexterj24, 13 June 2011 Social URL.

  1. bexterj24

    bexterj24 Full Member

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    just a quick one ive sen somewhere you can drink tesco strawberry water as has malic acid but can i have the tesco apple water has same malic acid in nothin different except its apple anyone any idea? wanna check before i drink it all lol x
     
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    Malic acid is fine. :)
     
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    thank you its loveky will defo help me drink plenty of water x
     
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    I drink the Tesco Apple still water and it's lovely :D
    It's citric acid you have to stay away from, malic acid is fine.
     
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    Hi, I don't suppose you can tell me what fruit/veg/salad is allowed on WS as I can't seem to find out and don't want to eat the wrong thing (for the first time in my life!! lol).
     
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    Hi Cybill, Thanks so much - that's great x
     
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    Thanks for the info re: the flavoured water. Shall nip to tesco before i start to stock up methinks. Maybe have a couple glasses a night as a treat :)
     
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    How much do these "fancy" sparkling waters cost please?

    Edit: Just had a look.
     
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    Dont have sparkling it's usually got citric acid in! Go for the still I am addicted to the strawberry one it's 70p a bottle in tescos
     
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    Thanks. The only sparkling water that doesn't appear to contain citric acid is the Sainsbury's Strawberry and Kiwi. The reason for sparkling water is that whenever I try still flavoured water it just remind me of flat pop, which I find yukky. I know, I'm weird. :crazy:
     
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