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Water Recipes: TikTok’s Latest Trend That Has Us Puzzled – The Daily Meal

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Water Recipes: TikTok’s Latest Trend That Has Us Puzzled – The Daily Meal

If you’ve been experiencing headaches, dry skin, and other signs you don’t drink enough water, a select group of social media influencers on TikTok may be enticing you with their homemade water concoctions found under the ever-growing hashtag #watertok, If you’re assuming these social media users are jazzing up their H2O with lemon slices and mint you can think again. Instead of natural infusions, this ever-growing group of influencers is adorning their daily water glasses with sugar-free syrups and branded flavor packets from companies like Nerds, Starburst, and Sunkist. Among the array of buzzworthy variations to choose from, you can find recipes for birthday cake water, fuzzy navel water, and yes — even water flavored with bubble gum.

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While this new trend has funneled excitement into the boring task of drinking water for some, it has also come with the underlying premise that you can experience loads of guilt-free flavor without excess calories. Not only have people been adopting the new trend to maintain or lose weight, but certain people are going a step further by trying to replace their soda-drinking habits with these caffeine-infused flavor packets.

@beccers_gordonn

Replying to @m_brinn21 trying caffeine in my water!! Come with!! #watertok #caffeine #gueststation #skinnysyrups #walmart

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Even though many people are jumping on this new trendy bandwagon, there are many people who claim these waters are basically the same as diet soda or juice. This argument has created a huge divide over the WaterTok trend. Even though these “refined” water concoctions house zero calories, they aren’t necessarily healthy.

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