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Cool or Not: Fit-a-Rita?

Fit-a-Rita is a sugar-free, instant margarita mix with added minerals, vitamins and herbal extracts designed to buffer the toxic effects of alcohol. The average margarita has over 200 calories, while a Fit-a-Rita margarita has just six calories (without tequila of course - it markets better that way). No sugar. No carbs. And it contains as much anti-oxidants as two glasses of red wine. Interested? Visit Fit-A-Rita.com to order it for yourself.

In theory, I like the idea. However, when it comes down to it if I am going to splurge on a margarita, I am going to splurge on a real margarita. Though I will say I have not tried it, and it could be wonderful, though I am skeptical. What do you guys think? Does the Fit-a-Rita fit your idea of a good time?

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Jeff-Sargent Jeff-Sargent 8 years
Good Sunday Morning all- Just thought I would introduce myself and answer any questions you might have about Fit-a-Rita. I'm the guy who came up with the formula. The idea was that of my friend and business partner Joe Vitale. I put a lot of thought into this product and it took us almost a year to perfect the taste. Yes it does taste exactly like a margarita should taste. No sugar, all natural ingredients. No artificial dyes or sweetners. I included a few things nobody has ever used in a drink like this before like Milk Thistle extract to help protect the liver, glutamine to help the nerves and brain, grape seed extract to provide the "French Paradox" effect from the antioxidants. (See I know how to spell...the advert used an old art file that wasn't proofed properly. My mistake.) It also has electrolytes to help with the dehydration that occurs with consumption of alcohol. Does it taste good? Try it and see. I'll send you a free sample if you want. Our email is fitarita2007@gmail.com
Jeff-Sargent Jeff-Sargent 8 years
Good Sunday Morning all- Just thought I would introduce myself and answer any questions you might have about Fit-a-Rita. I'm the guy who came up with the formula. The idea was that of my friend and business partner Joe Vitale. I put a lot of thought into this product and it took us almost a year to perfect the taste. Yes it does taste exactly like a margarita should taste. No sugar, all natural ingredients. No artificial dyes or sweetners. I included a few things nobody has ever used in a drink like this before like Milk Thistle extract to help protect the liver, glutamine to help the nerves and brain, grape seed extract to provide the "French Paradox" effect from the antioxidants. (See I know how to spell...the advert used an old art file that wasn't proofed properly. My mistake.) It also has electrolytes to help with the dehydration that occurs with consumption of alcohol.Does it taste good? Try it and see. I'll send you a free sample if you want. Our email is fitarita2007@gmail.com
sweet_potato sweet_potato 9 years
this stuff is probably overpriced garbage. Plus, the sodium content is pretty high for my liking. Over 200 mg of sodium per drink? no thanks...
sweet_potato sweet_potato 9 years
this stuff is probably overpriced garbage.Plus, the sodium content is pretty high for my liking. Over 200 mg of sodium per drink? no thanks...
purplesugar purplesugar 9 years
ditto on what njg and pixelhaze said - I couldn't trust a product from a company that can't spell everything right on the label...
pixelhaze pixelhaze 9 years
I'm immediately turned off by bad spelling. If it does all that it says and tastes good, I don't see the harm. Less calories and sugar aren't a bad thing. Although what do you mean by "buffer the toxic effects of alcohol"? And I was wondering, if everything you drink has antioxidants and vitamins (from your tea to your soda) can you eventually have too much?
pixelhaze pixelhaze 9 years
I'm immediately turned off by bad spelling. If it does all that it says and tastes good, I don't see the harm. Less calories and sugar aren't a bad thing. Although what do you mean by "buffer the toxic effects of alcohol"? And I was wondering, if everything you drink has antioxidants and vitamins (from your tea to your soda) can you eventually have too much?
njg212 njg212 9 years
Uhh, they spelled antioxidants wrong on the label. That's enough to make me not take the product seriously.
wiggle wiggle 9 years
It looks like an Emergen-C packet! too funny.
wiggle wiggle 9 years
It looks like an Emergen-C packet! too funny.
JBlondie JBlondie 9 years
Hmmmm, I'm kind of interested in trying this! I love rita's but they are always so sugary and filling!
EcannDallas EcannDallas 9 years
someone try it and tell me how it is haha.
rubialala rubialala 9 years
:ROTFL: clarient you are so right!!!
PartyBarbie PartyBarbie 9 years
I really want to try this Fit-a-rita.. sounds awesome! Margaritas are so yumm in summer. It would be ideal to cut the calories out and add all the good for you stuff.. kinda like taking a multi-vitamin at happy hour. Ha.
smartypantssugar smartypantssugar 9 years
If you're going to have a margarita (mmm....), you might as well get some vitamins in there. Assuming it tastes like a real one, that is.
mizz_jennii mizz_jennii 9 years
hate margarita's anyways, so this idea is really stupid. what else will they come up with? healty beer?!
everythingnice everythingnice 9 years
I agree with FitSugar, If I were gonna spilurge on a Margarita it would be the real thing!!!
motherhelen motherhelen 9 years
Well, it sure sounds good in the ad, but the true test would be how it tastes.
graldi19 graldi19 9 years
oh i wanna try it! i loove margaritas but always feel guilty drinking them when i know they're so bad for you
laurarose520 laurarose520 9 years
I go S/F whenever possible, so I'd definitely be willing to give it a try. And antioxidants are always a plus.
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