Vitamin Waters: Your Secret Weapon For Hydration This Summer

While many of us are familiar with macros and how we need to hit those goals each day, micronutrients (including vitamins) can be a little bit more confusing. Vitamins are key to many of the body’s daily processes as well as supporting and maintaining our overall health. 

It can be challenging to get all of your vitamins from your diet alone, and sometimes it can be hard to remember to take a multivitamin pill. Enter vitamin waters – they can provide a boost of nutrition and hydration throughout the day all in one refreshing drink.

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Defence RTD is packed with nutrients to support your immune system and keep you healthy. 

Vitamins C and B6 keep your immune system at the top of its game, which helps to prevent you from getting sick. Vitamin C also supports the absorption of iron, which is crucial for healthy red blood cells and energy. 

For a brain boost, we’ve included zinc, plus magnesium for electrolytes that support health metabolism. Defence is perfect for a daily immune boost and great to take on the go when you’re traveling to help prevent illness.



Our Recharge RTD is there when you’re feeling run-down and overworked – mentally or physically. Delicious any time of day, Recharge has zero sugar, zero calories, and Vitamin B12 to keep your energy levels up. 

Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) helps to keep your brain sharp and functioning at its best, while the powerful antioxidant, Vitamin C, keeps your immune system healthy, which can get worn down when you’re stressed. It’s convenient and ready to drink whenever you need to recharge or prepare for a challenging workout.



Glow RTD has tonnes of essential vitamins and minerals to support hair skin and nails. Including zincvitamin C to support collagen formation and vitamin A to keep skin healthy and glowing. 

Glow also features hyaluronic acid, a water-retaining molecule that keeps skin feeling truly hydrated. We’ve also included added vitamin B6, an essential vitamin for reducing feelings of tiredness and helping regulate normal hormonal activity.



Focus RTD can support both your physical and mental prowess any time of day. With Vitamins C and B12 to keep your energy levels up, it also contains pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) for mental focus. 

Magnesium helps support electrolyte balance, which is important when you’re sweating to keep you well hydrated. Whether you have an important work meeting or are gearing up for an intense workout, Focus is a great way to get dialled in and ready to take on the day.


Take Home Message

Warmer weather and our busy lifestyles require vitamins to keep us functioning at our best. The ready to drink Vitamin waters provide both hydration and the key nutrients you need to stay at the top of your game, mentally and physically. 

Keeping vitamin waters on hand is a great way to make sure you get all of the necessary micronutrients you need to stay on track with your goals in the hot summer months.

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Our articles should be used for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended to be taken as medical advice. If you’re concerned, consult a health professional before taking dietary supplements or introducing any major changes to your diet.

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Claire Muszalski

Claire Muszalski

Registered Dietitian

Claire is a Registered Dietitian through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and a board-certified Health and Wellness Coach through the International Consortium for Health and Wellness Coaching. She has a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master’s degree in Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition from the University of Pittsburgh.

Talking and writing about food and fitness is at the heart of Claire’s ethos as she loves to use her experience to help others meet their health and wellness goals.

Claire is also a certified indoor cycling instructor and loves the mental and physical boost she gets from regular runs and yoga classes. When she’s not keeping fit herself, she’s cheering on her hometown’s sports teams in Pittsburgh, or cooking for her family in the kitchen.

Find out more about Claire’s experience here.

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