Food & Drink

Water Works

Salt gets a bad rap: high blood pressure, unwanted bloat, unquenchable thirst.

But Dr. Oz Garcia has searched far and wide to find its redeemable qualities. In fact, he’s climbed (well, not personally) 10,000 feet high in the Himalayas to get his hands on the range’s coveted pink salt.

This marine salt is rich in calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, and iron, so it’s actually good for you. Which is why Garcia has added it to water, aptly named — you guessed it — Oz Water (branding, people, branding).

Infused with Himalayan crystal salt to replenish and rehydrate the body better than the other stuff, it’s got the highest dose (triple times, yo) of electrolytes. Settle down, fat phobes, there’s no sugar, carbs, or calories here.

Don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like you’re gulping ocean water. The result is pretty miraculous.

Kinda like watching slugs after they’re sprinkled with salt.

Available online at ozgarcia.com.