Enhance Your Water Intake with These Fun Alternatives

Keeping hydrated is one of the most important things we can do for our bodies and for our overall wellbeing. While some people can’t get enough of it (hi, it’s me), others need a little extra incentive to grab a glass of H2O. More and more companies are making innovations in the world of water, with new flavors, added health benefits, and happy planet alternatives.

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Here are some of our favorite water brands that will make hydrating more fun:

Karma Water This water wellness brand produces naturally enhanced, flavored water that uses a patented push cap that stores ingredients at their optimal potency to be dispersed into your water right before you drink it. The result gives you six times the active ingredients than your typical premixed vitamin water.  Packed with vitamins, antioxidants and super fruits, the delicious water comes in four different flavors, including Elderberry Starfruit, Orange Mango, Passionfruit Green Tea, and Pineapple Coconut.

Agua Bucha Kombucha lovers won’t be able to get enough of Mother Kombucha’s Agua Bucha. This kombucha-infused sparkling water contains all of the organic acids and B vitamins typically found in kombucha, but in a completely new, refreshing way. A 12-ounce can contains only 4 calories and one gram of sugar and the booch comes in three great flavors: Key Lime, Meyer Lemon and Grapefruit. Plus, it doesn’t need to be refrigerated!

Sipp For those of you whose go-to is grabbing a soda, this organic seltzer with a sweeter taste might just be right up your alley. Sipp uses camu camu, a superfruit that’s packed with Vitamin C, free radical-fighting agents, anthocyanin, ellagic acid, flavanols and catechins. What does that mean exactly? These ingredients are known to give you an energy boost, immunity, stimulate collagen production, iron absorption, and even even fights inflammation, skin damage and elevated blood pressure. Camu camu, along with caffeine from green coffee beans, gives Sipp the energy you need, in a much healthier way, and without the jitters or the crash. With only 40 calories and 9 grams of natural sugar, Sipp comes in three flavors: Vanilla Spice & Everything Nice, Berry Mint Condition, and Sweet Ruby Riot.

DEFY Brought to you by Hall of Famers Terrell Davis, along with Megan Bushell and Beau Wehrle, DEFY’s alkaline water is powered to not only hydrate, but also energize you. The water, which has a pH of 9.5+ is infused with electrolytes and minerals, for a smooth, great-tasting water. Plus, proceeds from your purchase support organizations such as the National Association of Women Business Owners and Disabled American Veterans.

Boxed Water With a focus on sustainability, Boxed Water utilizes 92% plant-based packaging for their waters, sourced from well-managed forests (new trees are continuously planted to replace the ones that are harvested), and are shipped flat to reduce the amount of vehicles required to transport. They just launched their first line of flavored waters, which come in Lemon, Blackberry, Cucumber, and Grapefruit. “Like everything we do at Boxed Water, our core goal with the flavor launch is to support our planet and make sustainability a convenient and accessible choice,” explains Boxed Water CMO, Robert Koenen. “As we add more sustainable options on the market, this launch takes us one step closer.” Post a picture of one of their boxes with the hashtag #BetterPlanet and the company will plant 2 trees with the National Forest Foundation.


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