10 Ways to Jazz Up Your Water Make it Easier to Drink Enough

jazz up your waterMy husband hates to drink water. He knows he needs to drink it, but he has a hard time with anything that has no flavor. (He doesn’t like rice either, but that’s a topic for another post.)

The general consensus is that we should drink eight 8 ounce glasses per day, or a half gallon. It might seem like a lot to try to swallow every day, but there are so many health benefits to making sure you drink enough water. It flushes toxins from your body, improves your complexion, increases energy, promotes weight loss, and more! So if you have trouble drinking enough water because it tastes like nothing, I’m here to help!

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10 Ways to Make Your Water Taste Good

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  1. Drop in a cinnamon stick
  2. Add fresh fruit to your glass (you can buy anĀ infuser for this purpose, but it’s not necessary)
  3. Cucumber slices and a splash of lemon juicejazz up your water
  4. Frozen orange slices
  5. Essential oils (there is some controversy over ingesting essential oils, so use this one with caution and always be sure your oils are labelled as safe for internal use)jazz up your water
  6. Drop in a peppermint stick or peppermint candy and swirl your glass every so often
  7. Include a splash of lemon or lime juice, or both
  8. Mash up some berries, place in the bottom of your glass, and add your water
  9. Add unsweetened cranberry juice (Alternatively, you can make ice cubes with fruit juice)
  10. Steep fresh mint or basil leaves in water overnight

My husband says these all taste better cold, but you can drink it however you like. So stay hydrated and enjoy the taste!

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How do you make sure you’re drinking enough water? Let me know in the comments! Then read more:

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2 thoughts on “10 Ways to Jazz Up Your Water

  1. I find I have the same problem. One thing that helps me drink more is having a bottled water to grab quick. Seeing the the bottles sitting there reminds me too.

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