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To the Motherhood Review

February 23, 2019

To the Motherhood Review

I kicked my soda habit years ago, avoid sugary drinks as much as possible, and strive on drinking the ideal amount of water per day. Boring as that may sound, I do enjoy drinking other beverages as long as they’re plant-based. This why I love Gac by GacLife. Not only these beverages are plant-based and low in sugar, but Gac is refreshingly delicious! My eyes often feel dry and irritated since I spend long hours working on various projects for the blog and social media. While I have lubricant eye gel to help relieve me of my symptoms from too much screen time, Gac goes the extra mile to help enhance overall eye health. 

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