Infused Water Recipes For Weight Loss

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Infused water is a type of water that includes fruits, vegetables, and herbs that are infused in the water for added flavor. It is easy to make and is a great way to use produce without actually eating it. The following infused water recipes are great for losing weight and burning more fat.

Apple and Cinnamon

Both apple sand cinnamon are good ingredients to use when you want to burn more fat. Cold water also happens to be good for burning fat and calories and increasing your energy levels throughout the day. So make this infused water the night before, keep the pitcher in the fridge, and you will be ready to turn yourself into a fat-burning machine with delicious water. All you need to do is add some sliced apples to the bottom of the pitcher, being sure no seeds are present, then one cinnamon stick. This is much better than powdered sugar for water so it doesn’t cause clogs or clumps in the water. Let it sit overnight with filtered water and that’s it!

Berry and Lemon

For this infused water, you can use any berries you want. Most berries are good for burning fat and contain a lot of antioxidants. Both blueberries and strawberries also happen to be superfoods, which is even better for you. You can also try other types of berries, like raspberries and blackberries. To the berries at the bottom of the pitcher, add some lemon slices as well for more detox potential. Fill it with filtered water and leave in the fridge overnight. You can also add some ice on top of the fruit to release the flavors and keep the water nice and cold.

Watermelon and Mint

Many infused waters also contain herbs, which provide more flavor and nutrients at the same time. This infused water is super simple and tastes mostly like the watermelon slices you add, but you are also going to have some mint in there. Try to use a seedless watermelon, and use slices that don’t have a lot of rind on them. This allows you to get as much fruit flavor as possible. Add some muddled mint at the bottom, cover with ice, then fill with water. 

When making your infused water, try to use fresh and organic fruit whenever possible. You can also add slices of vegetables and herbs as needed for more nutrients and added flavor.



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Infused Water: Add a Little Taste to Your Water

Are you drinking at least 2 liters of water per day? Perhaps you are but are having trouble enjoying the taste, or lack of taste, in the water. Fortunately, there are several ways to brighten up the taste of water, without compromising the purity and nutritional value of the water itself! Additionally, infused water aids in the detoxification and cleansing of our bodies! Read on for 5 delicious combinations to add flavor to your water this summer!

1. Strawberry Mojito Infused Water- Thinly slice 3 strawberries, one-half of a lemon, and 6 mint leaves. Add to one 20-ounce glass of water! This minty fresh, sweet and tart infused water will top the charts for “favorite infused water” this summer! Enjoy the strawberries after finishing your 20-ounce beverage! The strawberries are loaded with antioxidants, folate, and Vitamin C! Perfect additions to supplement your diet!

2. Kiwi Surprise Infused Water- Add 5 sliced kiwis to a 1-liter bottle of water (32 ounces). Refrigerate until the beverage is cold and enjoy! This basic yet delicious combination of water and kiwis is one you must try! Kiwis are loaded with Vitamin C and aid in digestion!

3. Sweet Lemon-Berry Infused Water- This unique twist on lemon water is sure to be a favorite this summer! Thinly slice 1 lemon, 4 dates, and 2 cups of organic blackberries (or raspberries). Place the chopped fruit into a pitcher of water- approximately 32 ounces. If you choose, you can strain the chopped fruit from the water after it has infused long enough in the refrigerator (2-3 hours). Lemons help with digestion, berries are antioxidants, and the dates provide an all-natural sweetener without compromising your health and diet!

4. Cucumber Lavender Infused Water- Wash and thinly slice one organic cucumber. Dice one sprig of fresh lavender and add to 32 ounces of water! Refrigerate for 2-3 hours, strain, and enjoy! Cucumbers aid in flushing out toxins and the lavender reduces anxiety and helps with stress.

5. Orange Ginger Infused Water- Peel and chop 1 tablespoon of ginger and thinly slice 2 oranges. Add to 30 ounces of water and refrigerate! The ginger acts as an immune booster, and the orange helps with circulation!

Make sure you let the fruit sit in your water pitcher prior to consuming for at least 2-3 hours! The key to infused water is to allow the fruits and vegetables to steep long enough that their minerals and vitamins let loose in the water, at the right time for you to consume! Remember, these recipes may be doubled to create a stronger taste, or to make a larger batch of infused water at a time! Enjoy!