It seems like there’s a type of water for pretty much anything these days. More and more brands are taking their weird and wonderful experimental ideas to the next level, coming up with new kinds of H20, that are supposedly more beneficial to our health. Gone are the days of drinking normal bottled water – it’s now time to jump on the new H20 bandwagon, and find out the latest waters that are trending on our supermarket shelves today.
Sibberi Birch Water
If you thought coconut water was different, you’ve yet to try the refreshing formula of birch water by Sibberi. Native to it’s Nordic folk culture, birch water comes from, you’ve guessed it, birch tree sap, with a syrup-like taste that is packed with proteins, amino acids, minerals and vitamins. This makes it a perfect drink to help cleanse the body from any harmful toxins.
£2.49 for 250ml Sibberi.com
No, I’m afraid it’s not maple syrup! However, drinking maple water is a great alternative to keep that sweet tooth under control. Untouched, unspoilt and free of everything, DrinkMaple use only one single ingredient, the maple, with nothing else added to fulfil your body with plenty of hydration. We all know how important staying hydrated is, especially during the hot summer months, DrinkMaple water is packed with vitamins and minerals that help boost immune health, aid in the prevention of degenerative disease and support healthy digestion. To top it all off, the taste is deliciously refreshing – with a hint of maple of course!
£2.59 for 355ml drinkmaple.eu
How can water make me fat? I here you ask. The madness to this new species of water is ironic because it is in fact just purified water with XCT oil, (fat from coconuts), so the good kind of fats – phew! Unique nano-particles of XCT oil are easily and quickly absorbed in the body and travel directly to the liver via the portal vein. Here they can be converted to Ketone Bodies, which is a great source of energy particularly when glucose stores are low or when a low-carbohydrate diet is preferred dietary lifestyle. Don’t be put off by the name because this rare breed of water is amazing for transporting energy sources to different body parts, fuelling our body’s performance to succeed!
Unfortunately, they have sold out online, so watch this space till they restock!
They say you can never go wrong with wearing the colour black, now that applies to drinking it too! BLK bring you their purified water that has fulvic, an ancient mineral, that gives the water it’s distinctive colour. What makes BLK a super water is that the rare organic material, originating from pre-historic plants, it boosts the hydrating properties of water and quickly energises each cell. Plus, with no carbs, calories and sugar, this unique water is just serious hydration in a crisps, natural pure spring water.
£2.49 for 500ml myvitamins.com
Could this be the new coconut water? It seems like cactus water is taking over the shelves by it’s crisp and refreshing taste, not to mention half the amount of calories seen in leading coconut waters. True nopal cactus water is a 100% natural drink, expect no added sugar and only the goodness from the healthiest prickly pear cactus proving natural hydration. With many health benefits such as being packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and anti-inflammatory properties, is there anything this mighty H20 can’t do!
£1.69 for 330ml ocado.com