Detox Water

The single most important thing to do for your health is to drink water. Water is vital to sustain life and keeping properly hydrated can aid in weight loss. Detox water is taking regular water to the next level both in taste and effectiveness to health. There are many recipes for detox water; picking a recipe is a matter of taste and health objective. Here is a list of basic detox water recipes and how they boost water to benefit your body.

Lemon - This is by far the most popular form of detox water. Lemon boosts the immune system, aids digestion and helps to alkalize the body.

Cucumber and Mint - You have probably seen this detox water recipe as it is very common. Cucumbers, which have anti-inflammatory properties, help the body hydrate. Mint helps to settle the stomach and can aid digestion. This combo can also ward off bad breath, so pucker up!

Strawberry and Basil - Strawberries, very high in antioxidants and vitamin C, do wonders for the complexion; they also have cancer fighting properties. Strawberries also aid in lowering blood pressure and reducing inflammation. Basil is known to settle stress hormones as well as clear the skin. Strawberry basil detox water is perfect when you need to calm your nerves or skin! Sip on this delicious detox water the week or so before your next big event!

Orange - Orange detox water is full of vitamin C and has been shown to lower cholesterol. Orange detox water also serves as a cancer fighter. It can be a very delicious morning pick me up!

Apple and Cinnamon - A delicious detox water combination; apples promote liver detoxification and reduce cholesterol. Cinnamon is known to boost the metabolism. It sounds just perfect for Fall or Winter!

Spice up your routine and give your body a delicious and healthy treat using one of these simple recipes for detox water. Tell us the detox water recipe you use in the comments below!

Hugs and Tea!   

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