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    Having trouble getting your 64 oz of water in each day? Try these Naturally Flavored Water recipes! Here is an easy formula for making an endless variety of fruit and herb infused waters. Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled water!

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    Naturally Flavored Water -- An easy formula for making an endless variety of fruit and herb infused waters. Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled water with these refreshing, healthy "spa water" flavors! @Alissa Evans Kozulis

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Naturally Flavored Water An easy formula for making your own quick, healthy fruit and herb infused waters in endless varieties.

I love these. I drink alot of water but this will help me drink more. Where does your fat go? You pee it away. Start drinking your water.

Naturally Flavored Water -- An easy formula for making an endless variety of fruit and herb infused waters. Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled water with these refreshing, healthy "spa water" flavors!

Pineapple Mint Flavored Water (a hint of minty sweetness). Add a sprig of mint to the jar--you can throw in the whole sprig; or, remove the leaves from the sprig, if you prefer to have the mint swimming around and distributing in the jar. Muddle the mint--the goal is to bruise the leaves and release their flavor--don't pulverize them into bits. Add pineapple pieces, press and twist with the muddler to release juices. Add ice to the top and then water. Stir, cover, and refrigerate.

Naturally Flavored Water -- An easy formula for making an endless variety of fruit and herb infused waters. Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled water with these refreshing, healthy "spa water" flavors!

Naturally Flavored Water An easy formula for making your own quick, healthy fruit and herb infused waters in endless varieties.

Naturally Flavored Water -- An easy formula for making an endless variety of fruit and herb infused waters. Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled water!

Yummy mocktails -Lemon Lavender Water 3 large lemons, sliced 1/4 cup fresh lavender 1 half-gallon of water Add lemon slices and lavender to pitcher; pour water over both and refrigerate for 2 hours. Serve over ice and garnish with a sprig of lavender.