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Banana Facts

Fuel Your Fun!

If you’re running out the door before brekkie or hitting the 3 pm wall, H2nana is the pocket-sized pick-me-up to brighten your day. Banana facts; bananas contain 75% water, making them the ultimate refresher and tastiest way to give thirst the slip. Bunch this with the winning combination of natural energy, potassium, and manganese and there’ll be na-na stopping you! 

So whether you’re out with mates, playing with the kids, or trying to smash a deadline, this bottle of sunshine will keep your body fueled, your brain sharp and your vibe positive all day long! 

Go on, drink in the good vibes and fuel your fun with H2nana.

Fuel Your Family

Our all-natural banana water is the pick of the bunch for you and your little monkeys. With no added sugar, preservatives or concentrates, this refreshing treat will keep your kids beaming all day long. 

H2nana is 100% natural, gluten-free, fat-free and dairy-free. No milk, no mess, and no monkey business – this drink is just bananas, making it perfect for even the most sensitive tummies. 

This tropical treat also contains potassium and manganese, which are proven to contribute to normal growth and development in children, as well as supporting metabolism and bone formation.

No wonder H2nana has been awarded a 5-Star Health Rating!

Fuel Your Fitness

An instant energy booster, H2nana is loaded with natural health benefits to support your workouts and leave you feeling like the top banana. 

Banana facts; bananas have long been a favourite with athletes and active people. That’s because the carbohydrate in a banana becomes glucose in the blood providing an excellent source of long-lasting muscle energy. The carbohydrate will also help replace muscle fuel stores after exercise.

H2nana’s natural energy will support your metabolism. It’s also packed with potassium, which is necessary for normal electrolyte balance and contributes to normal muscle function. And it contains manganese, which contributes to normal bone and connective tissue structure. 

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