Similar to electrolyte drinks, vitamin water plays into a public that is trying to become more and more aware of their health. Its sleek packaging and appealing names make it sound like the perfect combination-you get vitamins while drinking a healthy dose of water. Again, like electrolyte drinks, there’s not really a whole lot to it. Vitamin water actually contains 13 grams of refined sugar in each serving, which equates to 32.5 grams of sugar in a bottle. Regular Coke, which has 39 grams of sugar, isn’t a far cry from that. A regular can of Coke also has 140 calories, while a bottle of vitamin water has anywhere from 100-125 calories. Starting to sound suspicious? One ingredient, the second or third actually, is something called crystalline fructose. It is even more processed than its cousin, high-fructose corn syrup. In all reality you are really not doing your body a favor when you drink commercial vitamin water-the company is just really convincing. Luckily, it’s not too hard to make your own (actually healthy) and much cheaper version.