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It is common knowledge that many packaged drinks are quite expensive and the cheapest drink and the best thirst quencher available to man is water. The main reason why people avoid drinking water is that it is tasteless and insipid. People fail to realize that plain water is definitely a much healthier drink than soda. Now there is an entire range of packaged drinking water available in the market such as Vitamin Water that is basically bottled water with coloring, vitamins, and flavor.

Instead of buying these bottled drinks, there are many ways you can add flavor to water at home to make it more exciting to drink. The flavor is only to make it more palatable to some people who have tough time drinking just plain water. It is to encourage people to drink more water and there are no adverse effects because of the flavor.

Sparkling water and a range of fruits go very well together and the many flavors are - lemon, apple, pomegranate, tangerine, grapefruit, peach, melon, pear and some tropical fruits.

Most of us have heard of the term "electrolytes" when referring to energy drinks. Actually electrolytes are just ions that can be found in common table salt. Adding a little bit of salt to water helps your body absorb the liquid faster. The salt water should be very quenching and it would be extremely useful for workouts since the body loses salt through sweat. This electrolyte helps the body in secreting substances that have antibacterial and antifungal properties.

If you like spices then adding ginger to water is will make it healthy and also adds sharp taste to water. Medical professionals ever that if ginger is added to boiling water it is an effective way to clear your throat, soothe your lungs and relieve sinuses. There are those who often freeze a small citrus fruit in ice cube trays and then put the ice cubes in water for flavor. The same can be done with any citrus fruit and the water produced would be rich in vitamin C.

Another healthy way is to add to water herbs such as mint, lemongrass, and parsley. These are also effective in providing aroma to your water. If you want to strongly release the flavor you can crush the plants a little bit before putting them into your water. A water dispenser is half filled up with cucumber slices, and the water dispensed taste very refreshing with a bit of cucumber flavor. This is a simple and economical way of adding flavor to drinking water.

Another favorite is to add plum wine to water. It is a very sweet liquid made from green plums with a lot of water. The distinct sweet flavor comes our strongly when there is one part plum wine to ten parts water. Blueberries and strawberries have distinct flavors that can be soaked up by water. All you have to do is cut or crush a little of the berries into your water. Adding vinegar to water is more or less like adding citrus. You will get sour water that is rich in vitamin C. Mixing water in balsamic vinegar is not recommended as it has oil, but any clear vinegar is good for flavoring your water.



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