If you are more apt to drink coffee, soda, or bottled beverages before water, you may get 64 ounces of fluids a day, but fall short in hydration. If it’s the Plain Jane taste that has you turning to less hydrating alternatives, the tips below will make your water taste good.
Buy A Soda Maker
If you enjoy a carbonated beverage, buy a soda maker that will turn plain old water into a fizzy beverage. Flavor with lemons, fruit, or the occasional syrup.
Infused Water Bottles
Infused waters make it easy for you to add your favorite fruit and herb combination to your water, while on-the-go. Consider keeping an ice-cold pitcher in your fridge at home, which you can flavor with lemons, limes, oranges, or even a cup or two of your favorite frozen fruits.
Black coffee contributes to your daily hydration, but if you go for a sugar-filled concoction, not so much. Balance things by drinking caffeinated or caffeine-free herbal tea, green tea, or other sugar-free hot or iced teas.
It’s not as hard as you might think to make your water taste good, and the better it tastes, the more you will hydrate!