Sure. Flavored water basically has no calories but serves as entertainment for your mouth. If it does have calories (look at the label) then it can contribute to your overall caloric intake. But even if it does have calories, the caloric content is usully low and won't be a major calorie-contributor to your diet.
a flavored water drink
Fanta Fizz, flavored water, fresh water.
46 grams of sugar. Not the best thing to drink! If you want something more healthy, try flavored water, or diet soda!
not realy, drink water instead
Water -the original diet drink!
Water but the first flavored one was dr. Pepper
Gorillas rarely drink water , the water in the diet sustains them .
Regular non-flavored distilled or spring water is the best water you can drink. Mineral water comes in second.
Neither Coke or diet Coke are healthy. Coke is water, flavoring, sugar, and chemicals; diet Coke is water, flavoring, and chemicals. Drinking water is healthy. Drinking juice is healthy. Drinking milk is healthy. They all give some benefit that the body requires. Soft drinks do not; even diet soft drinks are not an improvement. If you're thirsty, drink water. If you need a pick me up, drink juice (real juice, not juice drink, ade, or juice cocktail; these are another form of sugar water flavored with juice). If you want to relax or chat with a friend and enjoy a beverage, a soft drink does no harm. It's when you habitually drink soft drinks that it's unhealthy; diet or regular.
they drink water that is flavored
You may be referring to the carbonated soft drink known as Tarhun. This drink is flavored with Tarragon or Woodruff.
i luv the eskimo peopel
I think it's because it tastes better. ^^
How much have you had to DRINK!! The drink was cherry flavored.
You cannot. Water is "diet" already. There is really no nutrition in water. There are no calories, carbs, or fat in water so it does not need to be made "diet". Water is the best drink for you.
water that is clear should show that there are no chemicals but if it is cloudy it hasnt been cleaned properly
Flavored water is adding artificial powdered flavoring in the water.
Nope. Just flavored water. Sports drinks fall under Gatorade, Vitamin Water, etc. I can see why you would wonder, but no, it's not a sports drink.
Water is naturally carbonated at times, and the first fizzy drinks were just flavored, naturally carbonated water.
A semi-flavored drink containing sodium and potassium slats that help replenish the body's water levels and stabilize electrolyte levels.