Vitamin-enriched waters don't have an expiration date, but you'll often see a “use by” or “best by” date on the packaging. While they won't go bad, vitamin waters may not have the same perks if you drink them after the dates on the bottles.
Similarly one may ask, is Gatorade or Vitamin Water Better for You?
Low-calorie Gatorade, G2 Low Calorie, is slightly different from VitaminWater Zero, as it contains 30 calories per 12 oz (and 7g of sugar) and is enhanced only with electrolytes, potassium, and sodium. In this case a flavored water with electrolytes is better than plain water.
What is good for you to drink besides water?
Luckily, there are actually several beverages that can do you one favor or another while spicing up your waterlogged palette.
- Green Tea.
- Orange Juice.
- Beet Juice.
- Hot Chocolate.
- Kale Juice.
- Lemon Juice. Image: © Andrzej Tokarski/Fotolia.com.
- Ginger Tea. Image: © olyina/Fotolia.com.
- Cranberry Juice. Image: © bit24/Fotolia.com.
How many calories are in Vitamin Water?
The reality: 1) VitaminWater contains 50 calories per 8-ounce serving. That's about 6 calories per fluid ounce, which is about half the calorie count of regular Coke. However, VitaminWater comes in a 20-ounce bottle, which brings the calorie count for one bottle to 125 calories.