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Why Drinking Infused Water is GOOD for You? 

fruity infusion by https://www.flickr.com/photos/ashley-engelhardt/

Our body is made up of about 75% of water and many of us don’t drink enough water to hydrate ourselves. In our hot weather, we should be drinking more and it is hard to do that because normal water is boring and doesn’t taste good. Many of us turn to soft drinks because it taste better although it is sweetened with sugar and it is not a healthy drink. To steer us away from drinking unhealthy sodas, we turned to water fruit infusions (infused water) for a healthier option, it is just as thirst quenching if not even more and it doesn’t add the extra pounds around our waistlines or cause us to have diabetes. We also found that infusing water instead of drinking sodas or adding syrups makes water taste better and it is also beautiful to look at!

Let’s take a look at some of the popular infused water and find out the benefits for drinking them!

Mint Leaves & Lime Green Tea infusion

Té verde con menta y limón

Infusing green tea with mint leaves and lime helps fat burning, digestion, headaches, congestion and breath freshener.

Cucumber, Lime & Lemon Infusion

Lemon lime mint cucumber in coconut water #infusedwater #detox #yum #weightloss

Cucumber, Lime & Lemon Infusion is for water retention,  weight management, bloating, appetite control, hydration, digestio.

Strawberry & Kiwi Infusion

Strawberry & Kiwi Infusion is for cardiovascular health, immune system protection, blood sugar regulation, digestion.

Lemon, Lime & Orange Infusion

“Citrus” Refreshing

Lemon, Lime & Orange Infusion is for digestion vitamin C, immune defense, heartburn (note, you have to drink this at room temperature).

Infused waters are great for detoxification, boosting energy and hydration. Pop as many fruits in water as you like and let the water sit for at least 30 minutes before drinking.

Please note that this article is not intended to be used for the diagnosis or treatment of a health problem or as a substitute for consulting a licensed medical professional. It is good practice to consult your doctor for a comprehensive guide/advice on health problems.

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