We all know that we must drink at least 64 ounces a day for regular bodily functions. Now, when you work out, you need to add an additional 8 ounces for every 15 minutes of exercise. Why not make drinking water fun? Add a little fruit, vegetable, or herbs. Cheers!!!!
Pineapple Sugarcane Water Ingredients 2 liters purified water 2 sticks sugar cane 4-5 large chunks fresh pineapple ice Instructions Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher. Stir. The longer the water sits, the more the pineapple and sugarcane flavors will infused into it. Preparation time: 3 minute(s)
Coconut Spa Water Recipe: 2 teaspoon lite coconut mile, 22oz of water. Only 4 calories!!!!!!!!!! We did a little research and discovered that just like Coconut Water (touted as the “natural” fitness water), Coconut Milk is amazingly refreshing and is an absolute reservoir of the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients found in Coconut Water! Our research led us directly to Thai Kitchen where we also discovered that Coconut Milk is basically like a concentrated Coconut Water and diluting Coconut Milk with water not only provides many of the same nutritional elements, but can also be prepared at a fraction of the cost. As an added bonus, Coconut Milk is also considered a natural remedy for an impaired immune system, and an active ingredient in many skin care products, as it is thought to keep the skin healthy and wrinkle free!
Peachy Pineapple Bliss by Equinox Ingredients: 2 peaches, sliced in wedges with pit removed 1 medium pineapple, cored and sliced in rings Fresh mint to taste, crushed 1 Tbsp sugar At Equinox We use locally grown peaches for the freshest, juiciest flavor. Toss peach wedges with crushed mint and sugar, and then allow flavors to blend for at least 30 minutes. Place alternating layers of ice with the peach mixture and pineapples. Pour in water, and allow the fruits to infuse the water for 15 minutes. Drink to health! (note: I wont use sugar)
Lavender Scented Orange Spa Water: Ingredients 4 Sprigs Organic Lavender 4 Oranges, Zested (color part only) 4 Tsp. Sugar (I use agave nectar and or honey) 2 Qts. Water In a large pot, combine lavender, orange zest from two oranges, sugar and water. Heat to a boil. Remove from stove to cool. Strain before serving. Pour cooled water in beverage server; add sliced oranges and fresh lavender sprigs.