Fave Juice Review and Giveaway

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What I say:
The Fave Juice Company provides an alternative to sugary drinks and even juices that have sugar added to them. Fave Juice is 100% Natural, preservative free, each serving has 3 servings of vegetables and .5 serving of fruit, and all the sweetness of Fave juice comes from the natural fruit sugars. Additionally, each 8oz serving only has 60 calories so it makes for a nice snack, or even is easily incorporated calorie-wise as a drink with a meal. When you think about an average 20 oz soda contains 250 calories. I recently found out I am a diabetic and TRYING my best to faze sugars. That is a very hard thing to do needless to say I will admit I am human and fail fail fail. Fave Juice is a good way for me to get my sugar fix without all the bad stuff that comes with it.

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What they say:
Great Choice! By selecting Fave™, you’ve chosen a delicious, refreshing way to add more vegetables and fruit to your diet. This all-natural beverage is made from 100% fruit and vegetable juice, and your whole family will love the smooth, lightly sweet taste. Enjoy.

Each 8-ounce glass of Fave contains:
• All-natural 100% fruit & vegetable juice
• Three full servings of vegetables*
• Only 60 calories
• Antioxidant power of Vitamins A & C
• No preservatives, artificial sweeteners or high-fructose corn syrup
Fave is delicious for breakfast and any time of day, and it is perfect for the whole family!
*Each 8-fluid ounce glass of Fave provides the equivalent of 1 ½ cups of vegetables (3 servings). The USDA MyPyramid recommends average daily consumption of 2 ½ cups of vegetables (5 servings) for a 2,000-calorie diet.

Disclaimer and disclosure:
* I received this product in exchange for a review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *

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