How to make water taste better?
We all know that we should drink more water. It maintains good health and keep all types of chronic disease at bay. Water is more important to our body than any of the other 50 nutrients. Sometime it becomes difficult to drink a lot of water because it’s tasteless. Here are few tricks to make water taste better.
- Add fruit
- Add herbs
- Infuse it overnight
- Add flavored ice cubes
- Try it with cucumber slices
- Have a cup of tea
- Mix in apple cider vinegar
- Toss in some rose hips
- Add a drop of natural food coloring
- Add- sodium broth
- Carbonate it
Here are 11 ways to make water taste better
Cube up some fresh organic fruit like lemons, limes and oranges and drop it into your water for a little flavor. Try crushing fresh mango, berries, pineapple, and watermelon into your water.
Fresh herbs such as lemongrass, lavender, peppermint or cinnamon can quickly land a lot of flavor to your water.
Infuse it overnight
Get more flavors out of your herbs and fruits by adding them to a pitcher of water, and leaving it overnight. In the morning, the flavors will get infused in it.
Add flavored ice cubes
Water may be the healthiest thirst quencher. It’s far from the most interesting. Create fun colored ice cubes that not only look pretty when you first drop them into the glass, but will also create nifty color pattern in your water as they begin to melt.
Try it with cucumber slices
Toss a few slices of cucumber into your water for a mild yet stimulating and refreshing flavor. You can also pair a fresh slice of lemon or lime for an interesting and good tasty combination.
Have a cup of tea
Drinking tea can count toward your daily water total, to mix up some herbal tea. And green tea is another best option.
Mix in apple cider vinegar
Spice up your boring water and get a daily dose of ultra healthy apple cider vinegar at the same time. About a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar added to an average sized tea cup full of water is a good ratio to start with.
Toss in some rose hips
Harvesting a few rose hips and adding them to your drinking water rose hips are loaded with vitamin-C.
Add a drop of natural food coloring
If you like to give water a splash of color but can’t stand the taste of watered down fruit juice. Try adding a drop of natural food coloring.
Add- sodium broth
For a warm, tasty treat that will also hydrate you better than water, drink a low-sodium broth. The low-sodium broth is packed with the nutrients and proteins.
Pick up a soda maker and add bubble to your drinking water at your leisure. Carbonate water combines well with a many of the other ideas. Add you’re fun, fruity and colorful ice cubes to fizzy water for a truly usually stimulating experienced.