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Catch The Wave Ripstix Hydrate Giveaway – Exp 3/22 #SecondWave


The Stuff of Success bring us this rare opportunity to enter a giveaway for Zija products.   Welcome to Ripstix Hydrate!


Besides carbonation, artificial coloring, and an excess of other synthetic ingredients, a typical soda contains 15-18 teaspoons of sugar per serving and upwards of 240 calories; this may account for around 10% of an individual’s daily caloric allowance, pushing them over the limit and reducing the amount of healthy calories consumed from whole foods, fruits and vegetables.


Soda consumption is strongly linked to weight management issues in adults as well as children. The food and beverage industry currently spends approximately $2 billion per year marketing to children ages 2-17. In the United States, nearly 40% of children’s diets come from added sugars and unhealthy fats. To help address the soda epidemic, Zija International has formulated Ripstix Hydrate.



This small container has a huge impact on hydration.  Mix the following amounts of Ripstix Hydrate with cold water, shake or stir well, and drink: 1 scoop for 32 oz. water, 4 scoops for 1 gallon (128 oz) of water, or the entire container for 5 gallons (640 oz) of water.



Ripstix Hydrate tastes great, replenishes essential electrolytes lost through regular and physical activity, and is safe for all ages.




One lucky reader will win a contaner of Zija Ripstix Hydrate.  The prize will be sent directly to the winner from TheStuffofSuccess. Please allow 1 week for shipping.  The giveaway will run from 03/15/17 through 03/22/17  at 11:59pm EST.  The giveaway is open worldwide. We reserve the right to cancel any giveaway.  No purchase is necessary. One entry per person per household.  This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.





  • Mahdi Martin

    I would love to try this. I just drink plain water during workouts, but I tend to feel a little wiped out about halfway through. I don’t want to drink Gatorade or anything similar because it’s so high in sugar.

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