Smart Water Review
What You Should Know
Smart Water is a bottle water brand that adds electrolytes to the water to replenish the body after athletic competition or training. The water quickly became a hit and everyone was picking up a bottle of Smart Water, even if they didn’t need electrolyte replacement. Today, Smart Water is a choice for anyone and everyone who wants to drink healthier bottle water, but it is not the athletic hit the Glaceau, the company behind the water, wanted it to be. Somehow along the way the average Joe adopted Smart Water as a cult favorite and the athletic community never got the memo.
List of Ingredients
- Water with electrolytes.
Smart Water, like other water companies, explains the water source and the filtration process. Smart Water is sourced from tap water – like the kind you run in your kitchen. They run the water through charcoal, disinfect the water and then add electrolytes back into the water. There are other processes that take place to help the water taste better. These processes are the same across the board with most water companies. At the end of the process, Glaceau has Smart Water, electrolyte-fortified water.
Smart Water is not the same as common bottled water. This water contains electrolytes, so it is an unflavored sports drink in a water bottle. This fact is lost on most consumers who simply think Smart Water is just cool water in a cool bottle. Consuming electrolytes from Smart Water without exercising is not going to cause a problem for most drinkers. If you consumed lots of Smart Water you could cause an imbalance in electrolytes, theoretically, but we did not find any information that lead us to believe this was a problem.
- Smart Water is vapor distilled and disinfected.
- The water is ideal for electrolyte replenishment after exercise.
- The bottle is one of the most popular in the bottle water industry.
- Glaceau does not hide any part of the production process.
- Smart Water is bottled water with electrolytes.
- The product was designed for athletes and people who need to replenish electrolytes after exercise.
- Theoretically, the water could cause a problem with electrolyte balance.
- Smart Water is sourced from tap water.
Smart Water is nothing more than tasty tap water with potassium, calcium and magnesium. There is a huge conspiracy theory that the world is being taken for millions of dollars by the bottled water industry because of the tap water source. Smart Water is healthier than some tap water, hands down, but it is not going to help you lose weight or get healthier.