Make regular water interesting - Vitamin Water
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Make regular water interesting – Vitamin Water

What is Vitamin water – Pros and Cons

We have already seen how water intake increases our daily metabolism. For details see this. Nowadays the vitamin water a subsidiary of coca-cola is getting popularity. It is known to add variety and also as a better substitute for boring water. In this blog “Make regular water interesting – Vitamin Water” we will know if its good or can we take vitamin water.

Vitamin water is simply the water with added Vitamins and Minerals. It can be helpful to balance your nutrition.

Vitamin water is also a beverage brand by Coco-cola and is marketed as healthy. It contains zero calories., but also has added flavors and fructose. Fructose has side effects on our health and is not advisable. But if you need an interesting replacement for caffeinated and carbonated drinks this is a better solution.

There are also unsweetened Vitamin-water that are much better. These drinks are advisable for intake.

There is a similar chain of Vitamin-water called Gatorade. It was developed to replace crucial electrolytes and carbohydrates while hydrating at the same time. Often consumed by athletes and also children it is slightly beneficial than Coca-Cola’s Vitaminwater.

Make you own Vitamin Water500

Rather depending on whether or not these marketed drinks are healthy., you can actually make vitamin water at home. Vitamin water is an interesting option for children too.

We know that fruits are a great source of vitamins and minerals. So our first step is to choose a fruit.

Step1: Cut your fruits to thin slices.

Step2: Place these slices at the bottom of a container. Smash them to release some juice. If you are adding herbs, roll them in between your hands.

Step3: Add water and steep them for at least 4 hours. Refrigerate overnight.

The fruit in the water will stay fresh for about 3 to 5 days in the fridge, but if it starts to run low before then, you can just add more water. 

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