Alkaline or black water trending as fitness drink among celebrities

Alkaline water for the fit and fabulous.(photo:IANSLIFE)
Actress Tara Sutaria. Photo: IANS

New Delhi: Since the epidemic, people have become more concerned with maintaining a fit and toned body, which has improved dietary practices. Hydration is the easiest and most efficient way to maintain healthy, glowing skin. One of the fanciest trends that is currently sweeping celebrities is black water.

Black water is ideal, as it provides the skin with all the nutrients and alkaline energy needed. Bollywood celebrities are leading the way when it comes to leading a fit and healthy lifestyle. They manage to maintain their regimens despite their demanding schedules.

They put extra effort into their food and water intake because they care so much about how they look. Kajal Aggarwal, a South Indian actress, and Karan Johar, a filmmaker, were recently seen holding bottles of alkaline water.

This distinctive black alkaline water brand has travelled extensively over the world and is currently making waves in the South and Bollywood film industries. The South Indian film industry is renowned for its masala films as well as for its culture, content, drama, humour, and rigid health-conscious programme. Stars like Dinesh Karthik and Shruti Hasan have even been seen converting to black water.

Malaika Arora
Actress Malaika Arora. Photo: IANS

Big Indian athletes like Hardik Pandya, Surya Kumar Yadav, Dhutee Chand, and many other top Olympians have made the much-discussed Black Alkaline Water brand 'Evocus'.

It has added minerals, a pH of 8 or higher, ultra-hydrating, detoxifying, and anti-aging properties. This calorie-free water is also well known for its advantages such as improved detoxification, increased immunity, metabolism, and gut acid preservation.

Seen drinking black alkaline water are celebrities like Malaika Arora, Karishma Kapoor, Gauri Khan, Rapper Badshah, Tiger Shroff, Manish Malhotra, Tara Sutaria, Urvashi Rautela, Sonam Bajwa, and many others.

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