Adios, Coconut Water.

There's something so invigorating about drinking coconut water. It is filled with electrolytes, it is served in a coconut (sometimes), and well... is occasionally spiked with rum. But let's face it, it's time for new excitement in our lives. What else can we steal from plants, call water, and still look cool while drinking it?

Maple Water: It has half the amount of sugar than coconut water, is packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients, and is known to assist with bone strength and vitamin absorption.

Watermelon Water: In just a single 8 fl. oz. serving, you consume the recommended daily dose of potassium, only 60 calories and the amino acid citrulline, which is great for athletes in need of muscle recovery or improved circulation.

Cactus Water: Similar to coconut water, cactus water is extremely hydrating and rich in electrolytes. It has been used as a hangover cure in Mexico for centuries (but realistically, probably consumed the morning after in conjunction with a large stack of chilaquiles.)

Race you to the grocery store!


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