We all know since our childhood that drinking plenty of water is beneficial for our health. Isn’t it?

Mostly, instead of normal water, we crave for juices and soft drinks, because of the flavor and fizz. But we forget, these flavored, artificial drinks harm our body. What if you could drink flavored water, which does not harm your body, rather helps you stay healthy?

Though our body is fully capable of getting rid of these toxins naturally through urine, liver, etc., these are consumed by our body in high amounts due to the increased exposure to pollution, preservatives and pesticides. These may get stored deep into the tissues and cells of our body and may eventually hamper our bodies’ physical and mental capabilities and may slow down the functioning of our system.

 A detox regime cleanses our vital organs off toxins and helps the natural pathways of the body to appropriately flush the toxins out. It provides a host of benefits including weight loss, improved digestion, better functioning of liver, reduced inflammation and a boost of energy.

 Detox drinks are fast becoming the most preferred way to crack through harmful toxins and prevent health problems. Detox drinks are prepared using Ayurvedic herbs as well as antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables and these can be included in our diets to flush out the harmful toxins.

You can make delicious infused waters at home using fruits and spices. Cleanse you body and all your most vital of organs and burn fat on the daily. And with these detox water recipes you’ll feel great all season – and all year – long.

Here is a list of some detox or infused waters to stray hydrated and healthy this summer :

1. Coconut Water with Lemon and Mint: This one is a refreshing and easy detox recipe that you can prepare in just 10 minutes, using just four ingredients. Coconut water being a naturally refreshing drink consists of various minerals and vitamins that help replenish the electrolytes in the body which hydrates it and also keeps us fresh throughout the day. This detox water recipe has fresh mint leaves along with the sweetness of honey and tanginess of lime.

2. Saunf or Fennel Seed Water : To prepare this water, toss two tablespoons of raw or lightly roasted Fennel seeds into a liter of boiling drinking water. Switch off the flame and cover the pan till it cools to room temperature. Transfer it to a jug and pour yourself a glass. Keep sipping on this water throughout the day. Alternately, fill a jug with room temperature drinking water and add the Fennel seeds. Let this steep overnight and drink the water all through the next day. As this method has no heating, all the nutrients in the Fennel seeds are preserved. Consume up to four glasses of Saunf Water a day to get maximum benefits.

3. Coriander or Dhaniya Water : Add two teaspoons of Coriander or Dhaniya seeds to one and a half cups of boiling water. Cover and let it boil for 15 minutes on a low flame. Turn off the flame, strain the water and let it cool in a jug. Once it is cool, pour yourself a glass, add a teaspoon of honey and mix well. Drink it on an empty stomach in the morning to get maximum benefits.

4. Ginger Water : Also known as Ginger tea, Ginger water is prepared by boiling freshly cut pieces of ginger root with water. Strain it and add a dash of honey to make the perfect tea.

5. Detox Haldi Tea : An Ayurvedic treat, this detox recipe is a blend of antioxidants like turmeric (haldi) with spices such as ginger and black pepper along with honey, that is sure to do wonders for your body. Turmeric is considered to be a powerful cleansing spice and hence it is recommended for all detox diets.

6. Orange and Mint Water : To make orange mint water, place the following ingredients in a glass or cup: 2 slices of peeled orange, 2 mint leaves. The pith (the white part under the orange peel) tastes bitter, so be sure to remove it. Fill it with water and put it in the fridge, covered, for 12 to 24 hours.

7. Apple, Fennel, and Lemon Water : With the subtle flavor of sweet anise, fennel and apple go well together in this infused water. To make it, add the following to an 8- to 16-ounce glass. Apple slices, Fennel slices, Lemon wedges. Fill the rest of the glass with filtered water, and allow it to sit in the fridge, covered, for 12 to 24 hours. Squeeze the juice from a small lemon wedge into the glass.

8. Cucumber, Lemon, and Mint Water : To make this cucumber-lemon water with a hint of mint, add the following ingredients to an 8- to 16-ounce glass: 6 slices of cucumber, 1 lemon slice, cut in half, mint leaves. Fill the rest of the glass with filtered water. Place it in the fridge, covered, for 12 to 24 hours.

9. Lemon, Apple Cider, Aloe, Honey and Mint : Lemons are packed with vitamin C as well as stimulate the liver, enriching your body’s detoxification capacities. Apple cider vinegar is high in enzymes, and in addition to aloe advertises a much healthier digestive tract, causing a more clear skin tone. Honey is terrific for anti-bacterial objectives, yet given that it’s abundant in sugar, be cautious of just how much you use.

10. Cucumber and Watermelon Water : If you have acne-prone skin, it is necessary to remain hydrated along with flush your system. Watermelon assists the body eliminate toxic substances and cucumber will certainly keep you ultra-hydrated.

11. Chia Fruit Water : Chia seeds are a powerful superfood loaded filled with antioxidants and nutrients. They lower inflammation and also work to avoid outbreaks, as well as combined with your preferred fruits, offer a detoxification water you’ll love to drink day after day.

12. Mango, Lemon, and Pineapple Water : Pineapple is full of bromelain, an anti-inflammatory enzyme. Mangos help improve digestion to help de-bloat and flatten your tummy as well. Cubed pineapple and mango (enough to fill 1/3 of a glass),A few lemon slices, Water, Combine all ingredients and serve.

Certain ingredients should not be consumed in excess by people with certain health conditions. For example, citrus fruit, ginger, and mint may trigger heartburn; excessive ginger intake may increase the risk of bleeding in people with bleeding disorders and those taking medication that increases the risk of bleeding.

For some people, drinking too much water can be a problem. Be sure to check with your healthcare provider before making changes to your diet, particularly if you have a health condition (such as diabetes insipidus) or are taking diuretics or other medications.

Make your water a little much more fascinating with these detoxification dishes. Not only do they taste fantastic, but they’ll make you healthier as well as better from inside out!

 

sunita senapati

By sunita senapati

Sunita Senapati, believes that Nature itself is the best physician, a healer and a restorer which calms our mind, soothes our soul and cures our body.

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