We still think water is better. Find out why we think so here.

When you start to drink more water, you’ll find that you drink fewer fizzy drinks and fewer high-calorie drinks. There are a few major benefits to this:

  • Swapping water for fizzy drinks helps to decrease your daily caloric intake
  • Drinking more water helps you to feel full throughout the day so you snack less
  • Drinking water trains your taste buds to enjoy the subtle tastes of whole foods that are less processed and lower in calories
  • Drinking sufficient water will have a pretty noticeable and remarkably fast effect (for the better) on your physical well-being
  • Drinking water instead of reaching for the fizz will fatten your brain cells and not your body’s fat cells
  • Fizzy drinks can act as a diuretic whereas water does not dehydrate you – in, the fact it achieves the complete opposite
  • Drinking water, while you may not initially register it, is incredibly refreshing, whereas drinking fizzy drinks is falsely refreshing

And while you might drink water to lose weight, you’ll find that it’s good for your purse as well. Have you ever thought about the annual cost of your fizzy drink habit? For many people, it is substantial. A single diet fizzy drink during the day may not seem expensive, but over the course of a year, it adds up to hundreds of pounds.

This week, I’ll catch you at the water cooler where I’ll be lurking in an observational mode for research I’m doing on changing seasonal water habits and if there’s any truth to them. See you there!