NingXia Zyng

Sodas are no nasty these days. Thank goodness for an alternative. Find out how I like to doctor up the flavor of this drink.

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Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Elmore PHARMD, BCPS

Young Living NingXia Zyng is a healthy alternative to standard soda. With only 35 calories and 8 grams of sugar (as opposed to the average 49g in other sodas), this sparkling drink still delivers great taste and a refreshing experience. Even more importantly, it contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. Instead of serving your family soda, you can truly feel good about giving them Zyng!

What It’s For

NingXia Zyng is for you to enjoy when you’re wanting to crack open a can of sugary soda. It also contains a bit of caffeine to make it the perfect pick-me-up.

Ingredient Highlights

NingXia Zyng’s flavor comes from a combination of wolfberry puree, blackberry and pear juice, and a tiny bit of organic cane sugar. It also contains lime and black pepper essential oils as well as a vitamin infusion of vitamins A, B6, B5, E, and B3. It’s 35mg of caffeine per can comes from white tea extract, so you get a gentle energy boost without all of the harmful ingredients.

Who Should Take NingXia Zyng

This drink it the perfect pick-me-up for that afternoon slump or after working out. It would also make a great addition to your next party instead of all that soda. This makes Zyng great for everyone to enjoy!

Companion Products

I like to sip a little of my NingXia Zyng and then add in a shot of NingXia Red or Nitro. Get creative! I even add vitality essential oils like lemon or cinnamon on occasion.

Don’t Have NingXia Zyng?

Check out these videos about NingXia Nitro and NingXia Red.

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Comments & Reviews

  1. I love zyng, but we are always out of stock in Canada. So I have found that using Ningxia Red and Nitro in club soda is a nice alternative…

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  2. I just saw that “Natural flavor” is also included in Zyng. Can you explain from where it is derived and what “Natural flavor” really is? I see it in flavored carbonated waters.

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