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Six Vitaminwater Flavors Contain Substances Banned By NCAA
Published February 11, 2009
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NCAA STATEMENT: The NCAA today released a statement refuting claims made in an AdAge.com piece about Vitaminwater containing banned substances. The statement said that the item “incorrectly states that student-athletes should not drink six of Vitaminwater’s varieties or they might test positive for banned substances. In fact, normal daily consumption of any of the 13 Vitaminwater varieties will not place a student-athlete at risk for testing positive for banned substances” (NCAA).