Water is an essential part of your body's functions. It's important for healthy skin, nails, and hair. Water also plays an essential part in regulating body temperature. It helps flush out waste, reproduce and duplicate cells and lubricate joints. Most people don't know that water makes up 60% of the human body. So you see how important water is. 


Unfortunately, water is tasteless, so people often settle for tastier options like soda, coffee, etc. These options contain empty calories, sugar substitutes, artificial flavorings, and excess sugar, which are not good for you. Some healthier alternatives or additives help ensure that your water tastes good, smells good, and quenches your thirst. Here are several of them:

Cinnamon


Adding a cinnamon stick can help increase the appeal of water. It not only smells great but has a lot of health benefits. Cinnamon has a lot of antioxidants and is a great detox method. It can also help lower blood sugar and cholesterol. All you need to do is soak a cinnamon stick in a cup of water, then use the resulting liquid as a concentrate to mix with cold water or ice.

Water Infusers


Many people don't know that these exist, but they do. A combination of dried fruits and herbs that you can put inside your water bottle, ready to go, with no stress at all. They are specially made to make your water taste great, and they come in different flavors. You can always pick which is best suited for you or try some new flavors as time goes by.


Add A Slice Of Lemon


This tip is handy for people looking to lose weight. Lemon contains a lot of Vitamin C, which helps speed up your metabolism and makes your skin look great. Adding a slice or two to your water wouldn't hurt. It adds a tang and beautiful color to your water. The bright yellow color could improve your mood, as everyone knows; yellow is a happy color.


Brew Tea


There are two options here. Teabags are not only useful in hot water; you can also drop a tea bag into your water bottle or pitcher. The second option is brewing tea and placing it in the fridge overnight. Just like cinnamon and lemon, green tea has amazing benefits. It's high in antioxidants, refreshing, great for detoxification, amazing for weight loss. It also adds a bit of color to your water. 


Flavored Cubes


All you need to do here is blend any fruit of your preference and make ice cubes out of it. Don't add sugar to the fruit mix; refrigerate them just as they are. You can then add those cubes to your glass, bottle, or pitcher of water. It adds a burst of vitamins and a pleasant taste to your water.


Add A Hint Of Mint


You can add mint leaves to your water if you want a little bit of a kick while hydrating. This is a great way to punch up your water's flavor. It makes your drink taste extra refreshing, especially during summer. It tastes like a mojito without sugar or alcohol. 


Add Fruit Juice


Adding a splash of 100% fruit juice does improve the taste and the color of your water. It tastes like juice and is a healthier option than buying fruit juices with artificial flavors. Just a little bit of juice with no sugar will do the trick, and Viola! Your tasteless, odorless water has been transformed.