3 Yummy Hacks That Will Make You Drink More Water
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3 Yummy Hacks That Will Make You Drink More Water

Drinking water is important. Yep, we all know that. But necessity doesn’t have to be boring! Now that the weather is getting warmer and each day is a step closer to summer, it’s time to step up the water-drinking game. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party, looking for a refreshing bubbly thirst quencher or just want to detox your system, we’ve got you covered. Here, you will find three ways to keep that water flavorful and flowing down your throat.

Flower Water

Ingredients:

— rose syrup

— edible flowers

— water

Throwing a spring or summer garden party? This flower water will blow your guests away.

Making this water is pretty darn simple. Just add edible flower petals to your ice cube trays with water.  Once they’re frozen, pop them into your water. Finish off by stirring in just a drop or two of rose syrup. You can also garnish with fresh edible flowers to give it more dimension. Just remember to use only edible flowers that haven’t been sprayed with pesticide.

Sparkling Raspberry Mint + Mini Cucumber Water

Ingredients:

— raspberries

— mint leaves

— mini cucumbers

— sparkling water of choice

Some of you prefer sparkling water, and that’s why this Sparkling Raspberry Mint + Mini Cucumber water was created.

Firstly, add mint leaves and whole raspberries to your ice cube trays. Add water and freeze. Thinly slice a small cucumber. Add your mint raspberry ice cubes and cucumber slices to your sparkling water. The raspberry and mint ice cubes will keep your water refreshingly cold, while the mini cucumbers will add a healthy dose of Vitamin C.

Watermelon Strawberry and Lemon Balm Water

Ingredients:

— watermelon

— strawberries

— lemon balm leaves

— water

Sometimes your body is just screaming for a detox. Of course, the first step to cleansing your system is to give it plenty of H2O. Take your detox to the next level by adding fruit to your water. This Watermelon Strawberry and Lemon Balm Water will have you feeling renewed in no time.

Lemon balm is part of the mint family and is a powerful antioxidant that can help ease chronic digestion problems. To prepare this flavored water, first muddle some watermelon and raspberries. Add water, watermelon and strawberries slices. Finish off by adding a few lemon balm leaves.

Isn’t this such a gorgeous and yummy way to detox? Happy water drinking!

What other ways do you like to flavor your water? Let us know in the comments below!