Water Tips

Water That Actually Tastes Good

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I know I’ve been talking a lot about pregnancy lately so this post is good for everyone.  Whether you’re pregnant or not, water has probably the biggest impact on your body.  With clients, simply reminding them to drink 64 oz. (or half their body weight in oz.) does wonders for their bodies in more ways then one.

Then of course, there’s a lot of people out there that don’t mind doing it, but really hate the taste.  So below, I’ve created a list of ingredients you can add to your juice that not only enhance the flavor, but boost the nutrients as well,

In less than a month, we will be taking a road trip for my sister’s wedding and am totally thinking of doing this.  That way there will be no temptations, right?

Flavored Water Ideas

  • Watermelon
  • Cucumber
  • Lemon
  • Cantaloupe
  • Orange
  • Cherries
  • Lime
  • Grapefruit
  • Basil
  • Mint
  • Grapes
  • Blood orange
  • Rosemary
  • Lavender
  • Strawberries
  • Blackberries
  • Raspberries
  • Pineapple
  • Kiwi
  • Papaya
  • Honeydew mellon
  • Fresh ginger root
  • Mango

Also, have fun combining ingredients.  Get creative.  By combining I’m sure you’ll never get bored.

  • Watermelon and mint
  • Cucumber and mint
  • Lemon and mint
  • Cherry and lime
  • Watermelon and cucumber
  • Ginger and lemon
  • Orange and pineapple
  • Lemon and lavender
  • Lime and mint
  • Cucumber and lime
  • Lemon and basil
  • Strawberry and mint
  • Blackberry and ginger
  • Lemon and blueberry
  • Thyme and blackberries
  • Cucumber and rosemary
  • Cantaloupe and watermelon
  • Cucumber, lemon, and mint
  • Lemon and lime
  • Strawberry and basil
  • Cranberry juice and lemon (use a capful of unsweetened cranberry juice)
  • Ginger and lime
  • Pineapple and mango
  • Strawberries and lime
  • Pineapple and mango
  • Strawberries and lime
  • Orange, lime, and lemon
  • Lemon and a pinch of cayenne
  • Papaya and mango.

Of course, there’s many more so don’t let this list stop you from trying more.

*If you’re working with herbs, crush or chop them, squeeze citrus wedges, slice or cube melons, and crush berries.  You’ll get the most out of the flavors with these techniques.”