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Infused Water

Sometimes a change of taste is what we need…

Water is super vital to our bodies and our health but sometimes it can be mundane just drinking plain water all the time.

Infused water is the best!

It has so many benefits besides making your boring, tasteless water look beautiful and taste delicious!

Here are some recipes and their benefits…

Watermelon- used for flushing toxins out of liver and kidneys, helps rid of infection such as ammonia.

Lemon- helps regulate digestive track by thinning our bile (bile are enzymes that help break down protein), constipation, heartburn, and gas.

Mint- help us digest more effectively, improve bile from the liver, gallbladder, and small intestine assisting in breaking down fats. In addition, Relaxes cramped muscles.

Grapefruit- antioxidants and vitamin C, aids in liver flushing carcinogens and pesticides

Blueberries- great for the immune system

Cucumber- Vitamins B5, C, and K includes antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties

Pomegranate- aids in intestinal parasites, diarrhea and filled with vitamins C, K, and dietary fiber.

Immune boosters:

Orange + blueberries

Strawberry + lemon

Nourishing Vitamins:

Watermelon

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Cucumber

Mint

Grapefruit

Lemon

Energy Boosts:

Lemon

Blackberries

Blueberries

Cucumber

Orange

Strawberries

Yummy Combos.:

Mango + mixed berries + lemon

Pineapple + orange

Raspberry+orange+lemon

Strawberry+mint+lemon

Watermelon+mint

Pear+cinnamon sticks+grated ginger

Pomegranate+lemon+ginger

Pineapple+cranberry+lime

Just a tip: add agave or honey to your infused water for a sweeter taste.

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