Water you'll actually want to drink
I NEVER leave the house without water (in a reusable cup or Swell bottle, of course). I’m not one of those people who has to push themselves to drink enough water—I’m quite the opposite actually, and spend more time in the bathroom throughout the day than I’d really like. But with that said, water with an enticing flavor makes it so much easier to suck down, and water infused with vitamins, botanical extracts and other good-for-you ingredients is the best possible scenario. So when I received a package from Drinkfinity last week, it’s a good thing I was thirsty.
This advanced hydration system starts with a unique, reusable BPA-free “vessel,” designed to work with the brand’s range of “pods.” All you have to do is fill the vessel with water, peel back the foil on a pod, place it in the cap, “pop” it and shake it all up. Then, voila, you have a supercharged water that you can customize to fit your needs at the moment.
The berry-flavored “Acai Charge” gives you a nice dose of caffeine courtesy of green coffee extract, while the “Mango Chia Flow” provides vitamins C and E along with fiber- and protein-packed chia seeds. The “White Peach Chill” is designed to provide a little serenity as you sip, and the “Berry Lemonade Renew” features electrolytes and ginseng to help you bounce back after a workout. I may have only received these four to test, but there are 16 available options—including coffee- and espresso-charged options if you’re looking for an alternative to your morning cup of java. I’m especially intrigued by the “Oatberry Flow” that includes real, whole oats (because we can all use a little more fiber, right?).
We’re definitely loving Drinkfinity in our house, and my husband and I are not-so-secretly making a mad dash for the vessel in the morning (because whoever gets it first gets it for the day). He’s won more days than not, so I’m actually considering buying another one for myself (and I’ll be hiding it when I’m not using it). So if you’re one of those people who struggles to drink enough water, you might fall for Drinkfinity, too. And BTW, life is much better when you’re well-hydrated. (P.S. When you stop drinking bottled water, you’ll save money AND the environment.)