Vitamin Water Recipes: Health and Detox Cleanse

1. Apple Pomegranate Lemon Water

This fruit infused water is rich in content and flavor. It can be served hot or cold.

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3 sliced apples

½ cup chopped rosemary

2 juiced lemons

1 gallon (3.75 liters) water

3 muddled pomegranates

20 pomegranate seeds

Combine the sliced apples and pomegranate seeds with the water and rosemary. Set aside for 6 hours. You can also place it in the refrigerator.

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Strain using a fine mesh and fill into a pitcher. Add lemon juice and garnish with pomegranate seeds, rosemary and apple slices.

2. Pear Ginger Water

Pears can promote weight loss and reduce cholesterol levels in the body. Also, they are quite versatile. You can cook, poach and bake them. Naturally, they make a great ingredient for fruit infused water .

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10 sliced pears

1 gallon (3.75 liters) water

½ cup peeled and sliced ginger

Combine the ingredients in a container then steep for 6 hours. Strain to have clear water. Pour in a container. Garnish with pear slice and ginger. Serve.

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3. Fennel Tangerine Water

Tangerine introduces a great citrus flavor into the water. It also contains a high amount of Vitamin C.

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1 gallon (3.75 liters) water

2 shaved fennel bulbs

8 thyme sprigs

12 tangerines, zested and pith removed

Combine all of the ingredients in a pitcher then place in the refrigerator for 6 hours. Strain using a fine mesh. Serve.

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4. Cherry Water

Cherries can help your body to use sugar in the blood. Cherries are also rich in anthocyanin, which helps to oxidize body fat.

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1.5 pints (710 ml) water

1 lemon slice

3 mint leaves

5 pitted cherries

Mix all of the ingredients and place them in a pitcher. Smash the contents using a spoon or fork. Set aside for 15 minutes or place in the refrigerator to have a cold drink. Serve 먹튀검증커뮤니티.

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5. Honeydew Mint Water

The natural sweetness of a honeydew melon is perfect if you are craving candy or other sugary indulgences.

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½ honeydew melon, cubed

1 lb (450 g) seedless watermelon, cubed

1 cantaloupe, cubed

½ cup fresh mint leaves

1 quart (1 liter) water

Scoop the honeydew melon, watermelon and cantaloupe in a large pitcher. Add the water and stir. Refrigerate for 1 hour. Serve with ice. You can also garnish it with sliced fruits of your choice.

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6. Vanilla Orange Water

Oranges and vanilla are perfect to create a delicious and refreshing drink.

2 quarts (2 liters) water

½ tsp vanilla extract

1 sliced orange

Combine the orange slices, water and vanilla in a pitcher. Mix the contents well and let it steep for 1 hour to release the flavors. Serve.

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7. Lavender Kiwi Water

Kiwi has a very refreshing flavor that can add a taste of sweetness without being too overpowering. The lavender balances the flavor wonderfully.

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4 ripe kiwis

2 tbs crushed lavender leaves

2 quarts (2 liters) water

Wash the kiwis, then cut into thick slices. Place at the bottom of a pitcher then pour the water. Add the lavender then refrigerate for 3 hours. Strain the liquid using a fine clean mesh before serving. Add ice if desired.

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8. Raspberry Orange Water

Raspberry and citrus fruits can blend their flavors wonderfully to create a delicious and refreshing drink. Choose an orange that is naturally sweet in order for the water to be sweet as well. Avoid using artificial sweeteners.

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1 orange

2 quarts (2 liters) water

2 cups raspberries

Wash the raspberries and smash lightly using a fork. Thinly slice the orange. Place the fruits at the bottom of a pitcher, then add the water. Refrigerate overnight for best results. Serve with garnish and ice if desired.

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9. Lime Mint Water

Lime infused water is a good metabolism booster, because it contains a lot of Vitamin C. This recipe also incorporates mint to add a refreshing flavor.

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2 limes

2 quarts (2 liters) sparkling water

½ cup mint

Slice the lime into thick pieces. Place at the bottom of a pitcher, then pour sparkling water. Add the mint and cover. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours. Strain the liquid before serving. Add ice if desired.

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10. Pomegranate Strawberry Water

This drink combines berries that are rich in antioxidant properties. It provides a sweet and fruity flavor without adding artificial sweetener.

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2 cups strawberries

2 quarts (2 liter) sparkling water

½ cup pomegranate seeds

Remove the seeds from the pomegranate. Place the seeds and strawberry in a pitcher. Fill with sparkling water and ice. Refrigerate overnight. You can serve with small strawberry pieces.

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11. Melon Strawberry Water

Melon and strawberries are abundant in summer, so you can get them fresh. They combine to a great metabolism booster and are very energizing.

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½ watermelon

½ honeydew

2 quarts (2 liters) water

1 cup strawberries

Cut the watermelon and honeydew into small cubes. Pit the strawberries. Place in a pitcher then pour water. Chill and serve with ice if desired.

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12. Hawaii Water

Pineapple has a very unique flavor that is both sweet and tangy. I got this recipe from a barkeeper on Maui, so it is a true Hawaiian water.

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1 cup pineapple

½ cup coconut water

2 quarts (2 liters) spring water

½ cup lavender

Cut the pineapple into pieces. Add all ingredients in a pitcher and pour water. Place in the refrigerator for 4 hours, then serve over ice.

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13. Peachy Cucumber Water

This recipe is perfect, if do not like sweet beverages. The peaches add the right amount of flavor while the cucumber makes it more refreshing.

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2 peaches

1 cucumber

2 quarts (2 liters) water

Wash the fruits and slice into small pieces. Place the peaches in a pitcher, then pour the water. Add the cucumber last then cover. Refrigerate for few hours before serving. Garnish with herbs if desired.

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