Hydration with a Boost
Posted on July 22, 2016

If you have a hard time remembering to drink enough water every day, infusing it with some extra flavor is a great way to make hydration more interesting. Not only does the addition of fruits and vegetables add extra taste, it also adds nutrition and health benefits making it a great alternative to soda and other sugary drinks!

The best part? It’s so easy and the possibilities are endless! You can infuse water in just about anything you already have, whether it’s a pitcher, mason jar, cup, or an infuser water bottle to take on the go. You can even try them with sparkling water for an elegant summer party beverage.

Check out some of our recommendations for some refreshing water ideas that you (and your body!) will love:

Cucumber Watermelon & Mint
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Cucumber: Helps remove toxins from the body, helps strengthen bones and teeth, and aids bad breath.

Watermelon: High in electrolytes and potassium making it a perfect choice for a post-workout drink.

Mint: Helps with digestion and is great for stomachaches.


Strawberry Mango
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Strawberries: Packed with antioxidants and Vitamin C. Helps prevent inflammation and disease.

Mangos: Helps prevent cancer, lowers cholesterol, clears your skin and boosts the immune system.


Orange Kiwi
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Oranges: Great source of Vitamin C, potassium, and calcium.

Kiwi: Packs even more Vitamin C than an orange. Also rich in Vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, and a bunch of other vitamins and minerals.


Refreshing Lime Water
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Limes: Provide relief from nausea, aids digestion and weight loss, prevents heart disease, and is a great source of Vitamin C.


Grapefruit Rosemary 
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Grapefruit: Rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin A, potassium, and fiber. Also helps with weight loss, boosting heart health, and preventing heart disease.

Rosemary: Known to improve memory and mood, helps with pain relief, prevents aging and boosts the immune system.

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Post by: Brenda B.