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Camille Styles

10 Natural Ways to Supercharge Your Water

July 18th, 2018

The wellness industry has experienced an explosion of growth and attention the past few years, leaving us curiously perking up our ears at the latest and greatest best new ways to increase health, productivity, energy, fertility, and decrease wrinkles, mood swings, cellulite, pimples—and everything in between. While all trends come and go, drinking water is one beauty hack that will never go out of style. Let’s face it: water is the George Clooney in an Armani suit of the health and wellness world—the older, wiser fairy godmother that will always have your back and be your ultimate cure-all. Staying hydrated on the reg plays an A-list celebrity role in our overall health, and nothing gets the job done better than the effortlessly cool H2O. Of course, as is the case with anything timeless, something newer, shinier, and sexier eventually comes along and tries to steal its way to the top of the Best Dressed List. In water’s case, this has come in the form of fancy flavors, turbo-charged electrolytes, ‘natural’ sweeteners, and 100% organic, non-GMO, liquidized superpowers.

I get it: natural water seems dull and boring when another option that has all the bells and whistles is at the ready. But flavored waters often rely on zero-calorie sweeteners to add a little something extra to the plain water taste. Because these sweeteners have been linked to increased risk for cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic illnesses, commercially available flavored waters can often do you more harm than good. To keep your tastebuds happy in a healthy way, I’ve found the best ways to spice up your H2O game and turn every glass into a vessel for superfoods, vitamins, and natural supplements. Here’s the 10 best ways to supercharge your water and get multiple wellness benefits with every swig. Bottoms up. 

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  1. David Carter says:

    Among All the best is to put a lemon juice in water, its the best way to refresh and it also keeps the digestion system clear.

  2. Taylor says:

    This is so helpful! I haven’t heard of most of these so I’m pleasantly surprised to hear things like goji berries or Himalayan salt with lemon. Thank you for sharing things outside the box!

  3. Brittney says:

    I make a morning tea blend of hot water, ACV, lemon, turmeric, cayenne pepper, and sometimes super greens!

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