Add some pizazz to your water

Add Some Pizazz To Your Water – Healthy Water Recipe

from guest blogger Ashley Smaldino 

Add some pizazz to your water!
Drinking water can get a little boring sometimes, especially when you’re used to drinking something sugary and artificially flavored. But when it’s hot outside sometimes all your body is craving are those sugary drinks. Instead here is a healthier and still delicious option for you and adds some pizazz to your water – keep your water interesting by adding herbs and fruit.

This recipe is probably the easiest recipe I’ll ever write, because all you do is choose your favorite fruits and herbs and toss them in a large glass container overnight. The key here is allowing the flavors to mingle for eight to 10 hours, or if you are pressed for time, three to four hours.

 

My favorite glasses to use are 24 oz. mason jars or these bad boys I found at a local hardware store. THAT’S IT!

 

The possibilities are endless:

  • strawberries and lemons
  • berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries) and mint
  • lemon and sliced ginger
  • watermelon, cucumber and mint
  • watermelon and lime
  • cucumber, lemon and sliced ginger
  • strawberries, raspberries and lime (pictured below)

These are just a few of the combos you can try! Oranges are super delicious additions too.

Not only does this infused water taste AMAZING, but your water becomes a work of art! And in my opinion, drinking art is much more enticing than drinking bland water.

Happy drinking!!

Big Hugs & Health,

Ashley

Ashley S PicAshley is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, yogi, nature lover and self-proclaimed banana junkie living in Los Angeles. She helps women navigate stress, anxiety and chronic health issues so they can start living the life of purpose, passion, freedom and joy they deeply desire—she believes the life of your dreams IS possible, that your body can heal itself with the right tools and that you were born to live without limits! Learn more about Ashley here. 

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