DETOX WATER

DETOX WATER

Who wouldn´t love to remove all the toxins from their body? Well, that’s a detox, and my personal way to cleanse my body is drinking detox water, lots and lots of water. Our body is so amazing, that in no more than 3 days, you´ll be as good as new. Here are some ideas of how to add a little flavor and antioxidants to our detox water!

Detox water

Lemon juice helps to cleanse and alkalize the body, it is a powerful detox drink; you just have to squeeze fresh lemon juice into your glass.

Mint helps settle your stomach and aids in digestion as well, and it also adds a touch of sweetness without the sugar to your water.

Detox water

Cucumber contains anti-inflammatory properties, add a few slices to your water for excellent rehydration, as well.

A little Ginger goes a long way, it helps cleanse out your system, aids in digestion, and settles your stomach

detox water

Remember that Detox is an instant, magical solution. Detox is an ongoing process, which provides amazing health benefits, by simply using water…as simple as that! What are you waiting for? Go get your first glass of water, and start your water detox right away!

Thank You to Positive Med for another great article.

Stop the bottled water epidemic please – buy a good water filter – filter your own tap water,  make your detox water and drinking water.

We are wasting resources, filling landfills and creating a bunch of plastic that takes forever to break down. In Europe they have opted to continue using predominantly glass so they don’t have to be concerned with leaching of toxins, wasting resources that can be better used elsewhere, or dealing with increased disposal issues.

As individuals we can choose – simple choices often have some pretty big results. A freind was complaining about having to constantly dispose of used water bottles accrued by the family every week. They switched to home filtered water and funky reusable bottles. They as a family of 4 were buying the 24 – 48 paks of bottled water going through  80 – 110 bottles a week. They have found they are saving over $150.00 every month at a minimum and don’t have to deal with the mounds of bottles.

I hear the kids are planning a family ski trip to be paid for by this little ongoing windfall.

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