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12-Pack of 11.5oz Bai Bubbles Antioxidant Beverage (Peru Pineapple) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 12-Pack of 11.5oz Bai Bubbles Antioxidant Beverage (Peru Pineapple) on sale for $12.24 when you clip the 20% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks slyger

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There's a 20% coupon available that stacks with S&S. The Peru Pineapple looks to be the best deal.

If you have 5+ items the price will be as low as 10.61 AC. It has been a bit cheaper but under $1 a can is still decent

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These days it's best to avoid products that market themselves purely on being high in antioxidants. The research is in, and the trend was not only unfounded but harmful. Our bodies rely on a natural, reasonable level of antioxidants that we get in our typical food supply. Research found that heavy supplementation of antioxidants actually INCREASED cancer risks instead of reducing them. Better off eating and drinking pretty much normally and skipping this hype.
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Great deal, I love these!
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Good deal, thanks OP
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These days it's best to avoid products that market themselves purely on being high in antioxidants. The research is in, and the trend was not only unfounded but harmful. Our bodies rely on a natural, reasonable level of antioxidants that we get in our typical food supply. Research found that heavy supplementation of antioxidants actually INCREASED cancer risks instead of reducing them. Better off eating and drinking pretty much normally and skipping this hype.
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1% juice with a 100% markup. Lol.
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Peru pineapple?
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Stevia tastes like crap.
agreed, terrible!! I like the V8 mixes
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These days it's best to avoid products that market themselves purely on being high in antioxidants. The research is in, and the trend was not only unfounded but harmful. Our bodies rely on a natural, reasonable level of antioxidants that we get in our typical food supply. Research found that heavy supplementation of antioxidants actually INCREASED cancer risks instead of reducing them. Better off eating and drinking pretty much normally and skipping this hype.
Seems a little inconclusIive to me. https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/antioxidants/#potential%20hazards%20of%20antioxidants
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Stevia tastes like crap.
How do you know what crap tastes like? Rough childhood?
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i like the bai drink but the pineapple one smells a little like vomit taste is also questionable.

pineapple is the only flavor i will never buy again

just my 2cents.
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45mg of caffeine. boo for me
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45mg of caffeine. boo for me
Yeah, I was hoping for more too.
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Ohhh nice. I forgot that I had bought one of those Sparkling drinks sample boxes a while back so I have a $9.99 credit towards this too.

Total cost: $2.38
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