BUT They say it has vitamins that help you stay healthy. I tell them about this page and the fact that Web MD says "it is just soda without the bubbles...."
So really would you save calories or sugar if you made tea? I had to look... I found a conversion calculator that would tell you how many teaspoons, tablespoons or cups from how may grams on the label in that water we will call X water.. X water has 2.5 servings per bottle. Now the nutrition label says that it contains 13 grams of sugar. The conversion calculator calculated that equals 6.849 teaspoons of sugar for 20 ounces of X water. And how much sugar do you put in a cup of tea? Almost 7 teaspoons? Wow.....
125 calories for X water
Green tea=0 Sugar= 15 per teaspoon (2 teaspoon= 30)
Or better yet here is the calories for sugar:
|Sugar (Serving size)|| |
|Table Sugar, 1 level teaspoon (4g)|| |
|Table Sugar, 1 heaped teaspoon (6g)|| |
|Table Sugar, 1 cup|| |
|Table Sugar, average (1 cube)|| |
|Icing Sugar, 1 average tablespoon (12g)|
Oh yea better for you cause it has vitamins, take a vitamin with a meal it adsorbs better.....
X water - does deserve the extra X's now does it???
Add lemon juice there some vitamin C
Add fruit juice and more vitamins...
Ok might add more calories too
Let see with adding a 1/2 cup of pineapple juice it is adding 60 more calories but 10 more grams of sugar: but that is natural sugar not processed sugar which is easier for your body to digest.
BUT 30 + 60= 90 for fruit green tea.
X water remember has 125.....