Calculate how much water you should drink. Do you want to make detox water or fruit water yourself? Here are 10 tips and 10 recipes for deliciously refreshing water for on-the-go, at home, during a barbecue, picnic or kids party!
If temperatures rise again in spring or summer, you often want a refreshing drink. "A frieze" like cola, sisi, ice tea, you think I'm well known for. But what if you want to lose weight, take your sugar intake or sit in a detox cure? Then detox water or fruit water is a good alternative. This water is enriched with tasteful fruits, vegetables or herbs. The terms detox water and fruit water are often used interchangeably. I recommend making this delicious drink yourself, then you know what's in it! Detox water or fruit water can also be purchased at the supermarket. Be careful, there is a lot of deception in the supermarket, look at Sisi Fruit water for example. This "fruit water" has nothing to do with fruit (0.01% orange juice) and is a source of chemical additives. Therefore: make yourself! Well so nice! 7 Ways to influence your energy intake.
Where do you make detox water or fruit water? Why do I have to pee so of then. As a detox coach, I recommend making the water in a glass jar. Plastic can surrender to the water, especially with heat, harmful substances. Even though it may be little, you can better exclude it. If you choose a large amount of water, choose a large 3 liter pot with a tap, see the right side of the picture. This of 16.90 is a great choice! If you want a small amount, a liter or half liter, you can use a carafe. Before going on, I often take the two left ones. All the way left with a straw (400 ml) or the second from the left of Kilner, the latter closes perfectly!
Make sure that the ingredients contain as few pesticides as possible, preferably for organic fruits and vegetables.
Always wash the ingredients, including the biological variants, as these may contain soil and bacteria.
Cut the vegetables and fruits into large pieces, with the skin's peel so that you lose as little vitamins and minerals as possible. Add citrus fruit well, often there is a lot of poison!
Tips to make detox water or fruit water. Easy for home, party, barbecue, picnic, children's party. Or for the road in the car. Deliciously refreshing, easy and cheap! Keep your freshly prepared detox water or fruit water in the fridge for a minimum of 3 hours, one night, however, gives you the best results! When your pot is on, fill it with fresh water. You can keep the water for up to 24 hours.
There is no nutritional value on detox water or fruit water, because the fruit does not really eat you. I strongly recommend that. If the pot is empty, eat the fruit well.
Also adding light sparkling water like Pellegrino, gives a delicious refreshing effect!
Tips for herbs: rosemary, coriander, thyme, pepper, mint, cinnamon, ginger, star anise or basil.
Tips for vegetables: fennel, cucumber, rhubarb, carrot, tomato, celery and beet.
Tips for fruit: citrus fruits, nectarine, peach, melon, pineapple, lychees, strawberries, cherry, mango, pear, apple, blackberries, and raspberries.
What does drinking 2 liters of water a day with your body. Try to taste the taste yourself. Do you already have a preference? Below 10 recipes for a little inspiration. Enjoy the summer!
Detox water or fruit water with melon strawberry and star anise. Refreshing during sports! Ideal during a detox cure or lose weight. Grapefruit and rosemary
Melon star anise and strawberry
Apple and cinnamon
Cucumber dill and lemon
Strawberry lemon and mint
Watermelon and mint
Lemon cucumber and ginger
Green tea lime and mint
Lime lemon and orange
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