19 Ways to Drink More Water Without Even Knowing It

Grapefruit Mint Coconut Water

Technically, coconut water is not calorie-free, but it is so packed with other incredibly healthy goodness, that we think it is worth mentioning. Coconut water actually contains electrolytes, so it will leave you doubly hydrated, and the grapefruit is a nice added flavor.

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  • 1 organic ruby red grapefruit
  • ice to fill glasses
  • 2 cups coconut water


Cut grapefruit so you have only flesh segments left; discard rind and pith. For each drink, place 2 to 3 segments in a glass. Top with ice. Pour coconut water over ice. Garnish with mint sprigs.

Orange Rosemary Water

This is a powerful immune-boosting drink. You’re getting vit C from the oranges and rosemary is the leading herb in antioxidants used to fight off infections.

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  • 8 sprigs fresh rosemary
  • 4 slices fresh orange
  • Ice
  • Water


  1. Place two rosemary sprigs in each glass. Place one orange slice in each glass. Using a spoon, gently bruise the rosemary and orange by pressing.
  2. Fill glasses with ice; top with water and stir. Serve cold.

 Cherry Lime Water

If you’re feeling ambitious, you can throw the fruit in a blender for a second to release even more juicy flavor.

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  • 1 c Fresh Cherries, halved and pitted
  • 1 whole lime, sliced thin
  • 1 liter Mineral or Filtered Water


  1. In a large pitcher, using a wooden spoon or the tamper(er?) from your blender, mash together cherries and lime slices, releasing as much of their natural juice as you can.
  2. Cover fruit mixture with water and refrigerate for at least 10 minutes before serving (if using mineral water, I recommend serving as soon after as you can because mineral water loses its fizz very quickly).
  3. Serve over ice.
  4. Makes 4 servings

 Pomegranate Rosemary Water

Even though digging out all those little pomegranate seeds can be a pain, the sweet flavor infused with earthy rosemary is completely addictive.

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Mix together 1 cup water, 2 tbsp pomegranate seeds, 1 tsp 100% pomegranate juice, and 2 rosemary leaves. Chill and enjoy!

Ginger Lemon Thyme Water

Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties, so this is the perfect combo if you’re looking for something other than a sugary energy drink to enjoy after your workout.

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  • 4 tsp freshly grated ginger
  • 4 lemon wedges
  • 8 sprigs fresh thyme
  • ice
  • water



  1. place 1 teaspoon ginger, one lemon wedge and 2 sprigs of thyme in each glass. using a spoon, gently bruise the ingredients by pressing.
  2. 2. fill glasses with ice, top with water and stir. serve cold.

 Cucumber Lemongrass

This unusual flavor combination will have you feeling like you just got out of a spa.

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  • 1/2 cucumber
  • 1 stalk lemongrass
  • 4 cups of water
  • ice


  1. Wash the cucumber.   Using a vegetable peeler remove some of the waxy peel from the cucumber.   Proceed to peel the cucumber into ribbons using the vegetable peeler.   Put the ribbons into the pitcher.
  2. Using your hands, peel away the rough outer edge of the lemongrass.   Cut the lemongrass in half, lengthwise.   Place the lemongrass onto a cutting board.   Using a rolling pin, gently smash the lemongrass.   Add to the pitcher of ice and cucumber ribbons.
  3. Fill with water.  Give a stir.   Let chill in the fridge at least an hour.
  4. Fill about 1/4 of the pitcher with ice, stir, and enjoy.

 Lemon Thyme

If you’re missing the bubbles of soda, try using sparkling water instead. There are still no calories, and this tangy lemon-lime infusion is sure to kick that soda craving.

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  • 2 lemons
  • 10 sprigs thyme
  • water
  • ice


Slice lemons into thin wheels and distribute between 2 pitchers along with thyme sprigs. Fill pitchers with ice and cover with water.

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