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The Top 5 Ways to Boost Your Water Flavor for Better Hydration

Mar 24th 2021

The Top 5 Ways to Boost Your Water Flavor for Better Hydration


    Water! It’s fresh and crisp and you just know it is doing wonderful things for your health. However, it can be a bit, well, boring at times. As much as you tell yourself it is about fueling your body and not your taste buds, sometimes you can’t help but want to spruce things up a bit.

   Although it may be convenient to reach for premade enhancing powder or drops, in most cases they can also include unwanted additives such as dyes, starches, and fake sugars. But don’t worry, there are still plenty of ways to give flavor without sacrificing health effects.

    Here are some of the top trending and more exotic ways to enhance the taste of your water while also reaping all of the health benefits.

Keep it Classic

If you don’t feel like venturing too far out of the box you can always rely on these classic options to give you some variation in your daily water intake.

Citrus like lemon, lime, or oranges. These options can also add an immune system boost, improve skin, and may even help reduce cancer risks.

Cucumber, a light and crisp flavor bursting with antioxidants such as calcium, potassium, vitamins A and K, and magnesium.

Unlikely Options

Flowers. If you are more florally inclined, edible rose, flower petals or rosemary could be a nice option.

Apple cider vinegar is also a fantastic option especially when paired with a little raw organic honey.

Chopped onion, believe it or not onion has renown health benefits for aiding colds, fevers, sore throats and more.

Spice and Herb

Fresh spices and herbs create a myriad of unique flavors and aromas to enhance your hydration experience on many levels.

Mint has been popular for centuries but some of the lesser known additions include, basil, cilantro, ginger and even cinnamon

Red pepper flakes and tajin spice have also been used if you are a heat lover.

Get Creative

If you are already bored with the norm you can try adding frozen fruits like berries or tropical fruits like mango that still maintain their health benefits while providing a bit of a sweeter aspect.

You also don’t need the whole fruit at all. In some cases the peels and seeds can add just as much taste while also providing potent oils with all natural benefits.

If none of the above catch your attention feel free to explore your own combinations! Who knows you may discover a combination that becomes the next big trend.

Tip: Soaking your chosen ingredients overnight can help infuse a more pronounced essence into your water.

Start Off Right

Another way to ensure you are getting the best hydration from your water is to start off with the best quality available.

Regular tap water is swimming with unwanted chemicals and harmful particles so it is best to avoid drinking.

Bottled water is a better choice but pay close attention to where and how it was bottled as in many cases it too comes from local municipal taps or is over filtered removing much needed minerals. It can also become quite pricey.

Reverse osmosis or other home filtration systems are one of the best ways you can ensure what is and isn’t in your water. But make sure you do your research on which option is the best fit for you.

If you would like to know more about the reverse osmosis filtration process you can read more here