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HyVIDA Featured in Naturally Healthy Magazine

HyVIDA Featured in Naturally Healthy Magazine

An interview with Rick Smith, President Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder, HyVIDA Brands Inc.   GN: Tell us a little about HyVIDA Brands. RS: HyVIDA is what you get when tech-savvy entrepreneurs with spunk create a beverage. We harnessed Hydrogen, a powerful Antioxidant, infused it in sparkling water and added a dash of Certified Organic flavors. Imagine if 0 calorie sparkling waters & functional beverages had a baby.

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Sparkling & Functional Water Market Growing....Great for HyVIDA!

Sparkling & Functional Water Market Growing....Great for HyVIDA!

Courtesy of BevNet.net By: Martín Caballero  Jul. 24, 2018 at 1:54 pm Nielsen Data: Sparkling Waters & Functional Beverage Grow as Soda Pop Declines Strong numbers for energy drinks and water fueled a 5 percent increase in total snack and non-alcoholic beverage sales during a four-week period ending on July 14, according to a report on Nielsen all-channel data by Wells Fargo Securities. Energy drink sales grew 6.8 percent overall during the period, with Red Bull and Monster (excluding the Mutant soda line) posting increases of 7.2 percent and 11.1 percent, respectively. Several Monster SKUs saw significant gains: Monster Ultra (13.3...

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Rick Smith
How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions, According to Science

How to Keep Your New Year's Resolutions, According to Science

Don't rely on willpower - it won't work. Learn Spanish? Finally, quit smoking? Become a better cook? Whatever you've decided to achieve next year, you know all too well that you're probably going to fail, and that list of beautiful, aspirational goals is staying unfulfilled. Sorry. For this very reason some people forgo making any resolutions altogether, so we're here to help - this year you might actually have a chance, with help from a few tricks of the mind. British psychologist Richard Wiseman has done several surveys on willpower - in 2007 he tracked the success of 3,000 people's New...

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Independent Contributor
10 Benefits of Walking to Work

10 Benefits of Walking to Work

By, Grace Jones,  /  greenimpact@sheffield.ac.uk  It’s good for your health. Walking reduces your risk of conditions such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease, can assist with weight loss, and keeps you fit. It gives you energy and reduces fatigue. Gentle exercise like walking gives you a natural boost of energy through enhancing circulation and oxygen supply around your body. Who doesn’t want to feel energetic when they get into work, and when they get home from work?! It’s free! It might actually be faster – you don’t get snarled up in that pesky rush hour traffic....

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