SOURCE: True Drinks Holdings, Inc.

True Drinks Holdings, Inc.

September 11, 2013 08:00 ET

AquaBall Gets an "A+" From Moms Across the Nation

Parents Say New Kids Drink Makes Healthy Hydration Fun

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 11, 2013) - True Drinks, Inc. (OTCQB: TRUU) - Reviews are coming in from Mommy Bloggers across the country, proclaiming AquaBall Naturally Flavored Water a "huge hit" with their kids. Children say they love the taste and the look, and their moms are pleased their kids are getting hydrated without the calories and artificial additives packed into most kids' drinks. 

"Finally! A health drink that your kids will love," exclaims September's Parents and Kids Magazine.

Produced by True Drinks Inc., AquaBall contains No Artificial colors or flavors, is Vitamin Enhanced with Vitamins B6, B12, B3 and C and sweetened with Stevia, an all-natural sweetener which means it contains Zero Calories.

"I have a hard time getting them to want to drink water," said Celeste Whitehead of Organic Mommy Today. She's been struggling to keep her children hydrated in the hot and muggy Florida weather. "That has all changed thanks to AquaBall! It was great watching the kids race to the refrigerator to grab a ball of water."

In addition to giving children a healthy alternative to the high fructose sodas and juices that dominate the kids' beverage space, moms have noticed AquaBall makes it fun to stay hydrated. "AquaBall puts it in a fun ball-shaped water bottle, wrapped in cool images of superheroes and princesses," said Christin Banda of ABCD Diaries. "We reviewed grape and fruit punch, and with a house full of kids ages 4-8 they were a huge hit!" Banda is now packing AquaBalls in her children's lunch boxes. "ABCD Diaries gives AquaBall an A+!"

Katie Sexton of MommyKatie.com based in Texas points out another benefit for her children, "They also get some added vitamins." That's why Mommy Katie advises, "Instead of trying to argue with them and trying to force them to drink water, get them some AquaBalls and make everyone happy!"

LasVegasNewstrip.com wrote that it was nice to have a better beverage choice for children baking under the hot Vegas sun now readily available at Winco, Babies R Us, Toys R Us, and Walmart.

"We're thrilled to see mothers in cities across the nation taking notice of AquaBall," says Lance Leonard, CEO of True Drinks. "Obesity is a massive problem in the United States, and it begins with our children and young adults. A large part of that problem begins with what they drink, sodas and juices loaded with sugar and high fructose corn syrup. Changing that habit could change a lot of lives."

About True Drinks
True Drinks, Inc. is a beverage company with licensing agreements with major entertainment and media companies for use of their characters on its proprietary, patented bottles. AquaBall™ Naturally Flavored Water, the Company's vitamin-enhanced water that was created as a 0 calorie, sugar-free alternative to juice and soda for kids, is currently being sold into mass-market retailers throughout the United States. For more information, please visit www.theaquaball.com and www.truedrinks.com.

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