Water is essential for good health but not everyone has a taste for it. Water is also considered to help you with your weight loss regimen. If you want to drink more water but are averse to its taste, then follow these six simple tips to make it more enjoyable:
Add Fresh Fruits
Add citrus fruits such as lemons, limes, and oranges. These fruits have been used as water flavors for a long time. In addition to this, you can also try crushed raspberries or watermelon or strawberry slices.
Use Fruit Juice
Use tart juices as a base flavor to make water delicious. Ensure that you use fresh juices without any added flavors or preservatives with no added sugars. In addition to flavors, these additions will also add vitamins and antioxidants to your drink.
Make it Fizzy
If you are a fan of sparkling water, then try effervescent mineral water, which come with the added advantage of minerals. If you prefer seltzer or bubbly water then add fresh fruit or natural juice to add flavor to it.
Experiment with Ice
If you think ice water tastes better than water served at room temperature, then try flavored ice cubes. You can take some suggestions from the previous tips and begin experimenting with fresh fruit, mint, or cucumber.
Drink tea, be it herbal, green white, or red teas. All these teas are considered to be better than black teas as they are low on caffeine. Research a little on teas and you will come across countless flavors to choose from. You can also consider trying exotic flavors as tea is grown in almost every continent.
Add fast flavor
You can get a quick-and-easy flavor fix with sugar-free drink mixes or flavor cartridges. You can even use these with your faucet filter system.
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