This is the prepaid version of the Awtomic Build your box 1 liter product. It's only sold with the prepaid subscription.
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The average 6-month-old drinks about a quart of milk daily, 90% of which is water so the better hydrated your body the better it performs. One quart is equal to 32 fl oz and the equivalent to three 11.2 oz containers or 1 Liter of Greater Than. However, feedback varies and some that we've received suggests 11 oz to 20 oz a day. Greater Than is not a cure nor replaces any sort of consultation with a Dr or lactation consultant, however, many Moms are finding Greater Than very beneficial for a variety of reasons that does support an increase in milk supply. Case in point it's really about finding what works best for you along with staying well hydrated which is good for both Moms & babies, but especially Moms.
We'd love for you to avoid the added sugars and sweeteners of other products & give Greater Than a try. We use only the best ingredients - organic coconuts, real fruit and no added sugar. Also, we come in Tetra-Pak containers so you don't have to worry about plastic. But the real proof is in our taste. Try promo code MOM at checkout for 15% off our trial pack and let us know what you think.
Greater Than is better than water because water doesn't have electrolytes. In fact not even "smart waters" have what your body needs to replenish. People can cramp and get dehydrated in spite of drinking water. There is a reason salt tablets exist. Replenish the right electrolytes that your body needs, salt and potassium.
Greater Than isn't limited to one occasion for use. It's a a functional sports drink that works all the time. We recommend drinking when thirsty, and definitely post work out. Replenish what's lost in sweat by drinking Greater Than. Your body needs these minerals so it's prepared for the next adventure.
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100% yes. Greater Than is good for kids. Greater Than is not too sweet, and that is good for a child's pallet. Seriously all that Gatorade just leads to a sugary pallet causing kids to crave more sugary drinks. Don't send them down that path, please.