Diet Water

From the strange-products-from-japan department comes Diet Water… the perfect weight loss beverage.

I wondered if this picture was a photoshop job – until I found another Japanese “Diet Water” product.
UPDATE: Sapporo Diet Water is most definitely real – and was released way back in 2004!

What About American Diet Water

Well Americans certainly have their share of messed around with water.

3012-skinny-water.jpgSkinny Water: This brand is a whole line of flavor enhanced 0 calorie water . 9 flavors in all and do everything from detox to energize you.


3013-fitness-water.jpgFitness Water: This water by propel is supposed to hydrate you better than regular water during your workouts. At $3/ bottle, it better do something.


3014-mio-water-enhancer.jpgMio: Then there’s all the powdered and liquid water enhancers like Mio. You simply add a squirt of flavor/ vitamins to your own water.

What’s wrong with plain water?

Absolutely nothing. In fact, that is the best “diet” water there is.

Learning to drink and like plain water is the best way to hydrate. The western diet is full of sodium and minerals needed for electrolytes.

People who say they can’t stand the taste of plain water, I challenge you to try it for a month. I’m pretty sure you’ll change your tune and save some money.

141 Comments

  1. Ahmod 1 month ago

    If anyone buy this claiming normal water is too fattening, I will have to sue them for being too stupid.

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  2. Jon O'Neal 3 months ago

    I’m working on inventing instant water… just not sure what to add to it yet

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    • Dee 2 months ago

      LOL 😂

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  3. Col Baker 3 months ago

    When will we get dehydrated water?

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  4. Raquel Robbins 4 months ago

    It probably is just water with saccrine in it to cause cancer like all other diet stuff woot woot I’m drinking cancer lol

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  5. Xapie 6 months ago

    Regarding Propel — $3 per bottle isn’t anywhere close to the cost. My local Sam’s Club sells a case of 24 bottles for $9.98, which works out to 41-cents per bottle.

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    • Ahmod 1 month ago

      Normal water is about $4 for 36

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  6. j 6 months ago

    lul… diet water

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  7. Colin Thomas 7 months ago

    People, there’s no point in buying diet water until you are on a full regime of diet air. Pm me for details/m.

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  8. Patrice Austin 10 months ago

    Where can I find this diet water at

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    • Common Sense 3 months ago

      In your tap at home

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  9. Diddlydoo 12 months ago

    Still has too many calories.

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  10. Jim

    Some fools will fall for anything

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    • Ahmod 1 month ago

      Ikr

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  11. peter

    where to buy the diet water

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  12. B.F.

    Diet water? Really? How utterly stupid for anyone to buy water on the premise that it is “diet” water. But as P.T. Barnum once said, “there’s a sucker born every minute”.

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  13. M

    Nothing “detoxes” you except your liver or kidneys.

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    • Holly 3 months ago

      Which increasing your WATER intake naturally does by way of your kidneys and liver. So therefore their claims are accurate. But it’s because of normal water not their special water. People are so gullible so they can market this way.

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  14. Don Chatman

    Are you going to come out with Diet everything. Would the Diet have minus Calories. How can you make it in different flavours.
    I am sure a lot of people will buy this. You can sell anything to some people.

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  15. Water dude

    This water is probably just like vitamin water or just flavored water which if it has 0 calories then why not buy it

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    • water boy

      that’s genius water dude

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    • funscienceguy

      Because I can get it out of the kitchen faucette oh so much cheaper…

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  16. Michael

    I call Shenanigans on this company because water is already 0 calories

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  17. harambe

    this is stupid…..

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  18. Shereen

    People are idiots

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    • Ben Dover

      Ingredients
      2 to 3 very ripe bananas, peeled
      1/3 cup melted butter
      1 teaspoon baking soda
      Pinch of salt
      3/4 cup sugar (1/2 cup if you would like it less sweet, 1 cup if more sweet)
      1 large egg, beaten
      1 teaspoon vanilla extract
      1 1/2 cups of all-purpose flour
      Method
      1 Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C), and butter a 4×8-inch loaf pan.
      2 In a mixing bowl, mash the ripe bananas with a fork until completely smooth. Stir the melted butter into the mashed bananas.
      3 Mix in the baking soda and salt. Stir in the sugar, beaten egg, and vanilla extract. Mix in the flour.
      4 Pour the batter into your prepared loaf pan. Bake for 50 minutes to 1 hour at 350°F (175°C), or until a tester inserted into the center comes out clean.
      5 Remove from oven and cool completely on a rack. Remove the banana bread from the pan. Slice and serve. (A bread knife helps to make slices that aren’t crumbly.)

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      • billy 8 months ago

        that sounds like banana bread

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  19. Jane Chan

    Dieting is big in Japan. Anything that can be put in front of the words diet, including water can be marketed. The main reason is because diet is used to refer to exercise, skin care, etc. in contrast to the way it is used in the US, what you eat, how you eat to lose weight. In my opinion diet water is a kissing cousin of vitamin water. Who is to blame? Diet Sells

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    • nadjib

      i know that the water is the best slimmer.. but any one here tried it ?

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      • Phil 7 months ago

        Why would you bother to pay for water when tap water is free & same H2o?

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    • Larry 3 weeks ago

      Then why do they have Coke Lite and not Diet Coke?

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      • Tolomedic57 2 weeks ago

        They do have diet coke in the United States

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  20. denise

    I’m not sure if this water will actually solve weight problem. But I can recommend diet and exercise. It sounds cliche but it is the most effective way of losing weight.

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    • Patrick 7 months ago

      Its not cliche. These techniques both reduce caloric intake and by default buidup while increasing caloric output, expenditure.

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