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Best Fruits And Vegetables That Can Be Infused With Water

Polka Café logo Polka Café 23/3/2019 Sneha Lukka

Cucumber

Cucumbers contain many minerals and vitamins that are important for the body. Cucumbers also promote digestion and aid weight loss. To make cucumber infused drink, add 8-10 slices of cucumber in water and keep it in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. You can add mint leaves for added taste. © Hammer And Tongues Shopping Mall Cucumber

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Cucumbers contain many minerals and vitamins that are important for the body. Cucumbers also promote digestion and aid weight loss. To make cucumber infused drink, add 8-10 slices of cucumber in water and keep it in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. You can add mint leaves for added taste.

Lemon

Lemon is well-known for providing many health benefits such as promoting hydration, improving skin quality, preventing kidney stones, being a good source of vitamin C and others. Adding few slices of lemon to water can give you the refreshing feel of lemonade containing no sugar at all. © Karla-World Lemon

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Lemon is well-known for providing many health benefits such as promoting hydration, improving skin quality, preventing kidney stones, being a good source of vitamin C and others. Adding few slices of lemon to water can give you the refreshing feel of lemonade containing no sugar at all.

Orange

Zest up the citrus content in your body by sipping up a jar filled with slices of oranges and water. This is the best drink to a consumer during a workout as it is loaded with vitamin C and minerals that provide you with more energy. Oranges also help in regulating blood circulation. You can also mix blueberries and oranges in water to enjoy delicious water treat. Add 1 cup of blueberries and 3-4 slices of oranges in a gallon size jar and refrigerate it overnight. © The Cooking Apprentice Orange

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Zest up the citrus content in your body by sipping up a jar filled with slices of oranges and water. This is the best drink to a consumer during a workout as it is loaded with vitamin C and minerals that provide you with more energy. Oranges also help in regulating blood circulation. You can also mix blueberries and oranges in water to enjoy delicious water treat. Add 1 cup of blueberries and 3-4 slices of oranges in a gallon size jar and refrigerate it overnight.

Watermelon and Basil

Watermelon is a fruit that provides you with many health benefits including improving heart health, skin health, relieving stress, keeping the body hydrated and others. Add 2 cups of finely chopped watermelon mixed with basil in water to enjoy a fruity drink.: Watermelon and Basil © Good Medicine Beauty Lab Watermelon and Basil

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Watermelon is a fruit that provides you with many health benefits including improving heart health, skin health, relieving stress, keeping the body hydrated and others. Add 2 cups of finely chopped watermelon mixed with basil in water to enjoy a fruity drink.

Ginger

Drinking a glass full of ginger water helps you strengthen the immune system, preventing indigestion, nausea and heartburn. It also promotes weight loss and gives you a healthy hair and skin. Add few pieces of ginger or grated to water to get the flavorful taste. © Pixnio Ginger

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Drinking a glass full of ginger water helps you strengthen the immune system, preventing indigestion, nausea and heartburn. It also promotes weight loss and gives you a healthy hair and skin. Add few pieces of ginger or grated to water to get the flavorful taste.

Mint

If you are not a fan of fruits, then mint is the right choice for you. Since ages now mint is known for calming and soothing indigestion and gas problems and as a herb having pain relief properties. Simply add mint leaves in a jar full of water to get that extra burst of refreshment and also soothe your health issues. © Cook For Your Life Mint

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If you are not a fan of fruits, then mint is the right choice for you. Since ages now mint is known for calming and soothing indigestion and gas problems and as a herb having pain relief properties. Simply add mint leaves in a jar full of water to get that extra burst of refreshment and also soothe your health issues.

Grapes

Grapes are rich in antioxidants and provide with health benefits such as preventing heart diseases, improving eye health, controlling blood sugar and others. The best way to infuse grapes in water is by freezing grapes in ice cubes and then adding them to water. Doing this helps you enjoy fruity water that is rich in flavour as well as in taste. © Whats Cooking Ella Grapes

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Grapes are rich in antioxidants and provide with health benefits such as preventing heart diseases, improving eye health, controlling blood sugar and others. The best way to infuse grapes in water is by freezing grapes in ice cubes and then adding them to water. Doing this helps you enjoy fruity water that is rich in flavour as well as in taste.

Strawberries

If you love strawberry smoothies, milkshakes and more, then you would surely love them in your glass of water too. To get amazing skin and prevent heart disease, hair loss, constipation, cancer and other diseases, just add few slices of strawberry to your water.: Strawberries © Tone It Up Strawberries

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If you love strawberry smoothies, milkshakes and more, then you would surely love them in your glass of water too. To get amazing skin and prevent heart disease, hair loss, constipation, cancer and other diseases, just add few slices of strawberry to your water.

Raspberries

Raspberries are rich in antioxidants that help in preventing macular degeneration, preventing wrinkles, preventing infection, strengthening the immune system and others. You can also add fresh or frozen raspberries to water and can also mix them with slices of grapefruit. © slamseysjournal.co.uk Raspberries

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Raspberries are rich in antioxidants that help in preventing macular degeneration, preventing wrinkles, preventing infection, strengthening the immune system and others. You can also add fresh or frozen raspberries to water and can also mix them with slices of grapefruit.

Pineapple

Pineapple water contains anti-inflammatory and cleansing properties that provide many benefits to your body. Pineapple is good for your intestine and lever; it reduces inflammation and is a good weight loss supplement. Cut few pieces of pineapple and add it to water for added taste. © YouTube Pineapple

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Pineapple water contains anti-inflammatory and cleansing properties that provide many benefits to your body. Pineapple is good for your intestine and lever; it reduces inflammation and is a good weight loss supplement. Cut few pieces of pineapple and add it to water for added taste.

Reasons to Drink Fruit and Vegetable Infused Drinks:

  • Fruit and vegetable infused drinks provide better flavour and are extremely refreshing.

  • Such drinks contain low sugar, unlike the normal fruit juices.

  • People enjoy the taste of fruit waters due to which they are likely to consume more of this water.

  • You can make fruit infused water in a glass pitcher or in a mason jar. For the best flavour, make sure you keep the fruits and veggies infused in water for at least 4 hours before consuming it.

Include the above fruits and veggies to make sure you are sipping on some really healthy and tasty water even on the go.

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