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Alo Drink Awaken Product Review

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ALO Drink Awaken in a glass with the original green product bottle next to it.
ALO Drink Awaken in a glass with the original green product bottle next to it.

I wish I worked at ALO Drink because I have it in my head that all they get to do is drink ALO all day long, and well, that’s what I’d like to do!

When ALO sent us a bunch of their aloe vera drinks to try out, one of the ones they sent was Awaken.

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I loved Awaken because it has wheatgrass, and I’m one of those who actually like the taste of wheatgrass.  However, if you don’t like wheatgrass, I wonder if you would even taste it.

I still like their Exposed the most, but Awaken comes in a close second.  In my first review of ALO Drinks, I covered the benefits of drinking aloe vera juice.

The ingredients in Awaken include water, aloe vera juice, aloe vera pulp, wheat grass concentrate, cane sugar, citric acid, vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

close-up of ALO Drink Awaken in a glass
Close-up of ALO Drink Awaken in a glass.

Nutritional information for 8 oz. of Awaken:

  • 100% gluten-free
  • 0 g of fat
  • 0mg of Cholesterol
  • 35mg of Sodium
  • 15g of total carbs – 15g of those are from sugar
  • 0g of protein
  • 30% vitamin c
  • 4% calcium

You can buy YUMMY ALO Awaken online through  You can also sign up and have it delivered to you monthly.  You can also find it at many Whole Foods stores.

Here’s a video I shot of ALO Drink Awaken during the testing process:

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Friday 17th of February 2023

I just want to know about how the sugar affects the wheatgrass and aloe?

Jennifer Dean

Sunday 26th of February 2023

I'd write the company and ask?

Keith G

Monday 1st of December 2014

Could you please tell me the water source and flouride levels as well as ph of the Alo drink . I do enjoy it but these questions are not addressed on the label . I find that questionable .