KeVita Raw Organic Probiotic Drink Giveaway - Updated

KeVita Small bottle SquareUpdate - December 18, 2013
As a blogger, I'm continually growing, learning and empowering myself and readers to aspire to healthy, wholesome lifestyles for themselves and their families. I research a product as best as I can before deciding to review and share it. Learning and acquiring knowledge is a continual process that should never cease, in saying that, I can no longer recommend or drink KeVita Probiotic drinks due to the strain, Bacillus coagulans GBI-30, 6086, a proprietary probiotic strain. I've reached out to KeVita to share my thoughts, concerns and research information. I've yet to hear back from them. Please read my post which expounds upon my decision. Four Clues to Pinpoint a Genetically Altered Probiotic Strain


Shopping has become somewhat of a drudge. Not because I dislike it, but because I’m more and more aware of brightly packaged “food” designed to induce a mouth-watering desire. It’s almost…sad, is the word I have to use, the abundance of manufacturers that have so little regard towards their own impact of their production on human lives. When I cross paths with a company that offers a product that offers positivity by the way of authenticity, as opposed to synthetic consumables, I get really excited!

KeVita is the first of it’s kind! Infused with millions of gut-friendly bacteria, this kefir derived drink is the first natural beverage to use coconut water/pure water as a base. A direct opposition of the normal dairy-based culture. KeVita’s sparkling probiotic drink is not to be confused with kombucha.
KeVita™ is made with our proprietary, certified organic, kefir-derived culture.  Our KeVita™ culture is a nutrient-rich blend of probiotics and prebiotics, organic acids, polysaccharides, and trace elements. This culture is different (and is created by a different methodology) than the culture used in kombucha. Traditionally kombucha is made using a black tea base while KeVita™ uses either water, tea or coconut water as the base.  Both KeVita™ and kombucha are made with SCOBY's: Symbiotic Cultures of Bacteria and Yeast, but the SCOBY's differ vastly. The base of KeVita™ culture is pure water while the kombucha culture is grown in a sweetened tea. KeVita™ is richer in probiotics than kombucha. – FAQ
KeVita scores cool points with these factsNew-KeVita-Bottle-ine-up_transparent_bg_small_12-12-11
  • Handcrafted in a certified organic facility
  • Organic and Raw
  • Lactose, Dairy, Gluten, Soy, Casein Free
  • Contains more live and active cultures than yogurt.
  • Vegan
  • Live and unpasteurized
  • Cold processed
  • Nine Flavors – Coconut, Mango Coconut, Strawberry Acai, Pomegranate Coconut, Living Greens more!
KeVita is a lovely drink! It’s light. Refreshing. I had a difficult time putting it down. I knocked out three bottles  in one day! So delicious! It’s the perfect thing for my diet. I need probiotics to support my digestive health. Taking supplements are helpful and I have found some great supplements, but its much easier to grab a bottle to drink. Especially one yummy as KeVita. I adored their Coconut drink. Oh  my goodness! It has an elegant flair to it.
ONE winner will receive three 16 ounce bottles of KeVita Sparkling Drink of any flavor.  Retail Value: $11.00. Entry is easy and free! Do the bonus entries to increase your chances of winning. PLEASE NOTE: You must provide the requested “extra info” for your bonus entries to be valid. Play fair and find entries you are wiling to do. :) This giveaway ends March 16, 2012 and is open to US residents, 18 years of age or older. Best Wishes!

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  1. I'd like to try the Strawberry Acai, Pomegranate Tea, or Living Greens

  2. would love to try the living greens flavor...

  3. I would like to try Mango Coconut

  4. I love Kevita!!!! My favorite is the plain coconut!

  5. I would like to try the Strawberry Acai or Lemon Ginger. Lemon Ginger would be my first pick if I had to choose. ;)


  6. i'd like to try the Strawberry Acai

  7. Strawberry Acai sounds good! Thank You!

  8. I would like to try the Mango Coconut.

  9. kevita facebook link does not work. i couldn't find it by searching.


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