4 Infused-Water Recipes You Can Try With Your memobottle
Putting fruit and herbs in your memobottle isn't only for aesthetic purposes. It also provides additional vitamins and minerals to your body.
We at memobottle want you to stay hydrated and healthy, especially when you’re working, exercising, or combating stress and illness.
If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy your daily water intake, then you can try these fruit combinations and reap their satisfying nutritional benefits:
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1. Cucumber and Mint
These two ingredients are good for hydrating your body while leaving you with a cool and refreshing feeling. Cucumber is ideal for weight loss because of its low-carbohydrate and high-antioxidant content, while mint aids in digestion and helps lower blood pressure.
When combined, the two are good for cleansing and detoxifying the stomach, especially if you feel bloated or just need a refreshing drink!
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2. Citrus and Mint
Both ingredients can help strengthen the immune system because they are loaded with antioxidants. Plus, citrus fruits are great sources of vitamin C—an immunity-boosting vitamin that is also needed for collagen formation, wound healing, iron absorption, and so much more.
Lemon is a common ingredient for infused water, but you can try other citrus fruits like orange, lime, grapefruit, and other fruits that are seasonally available.
Don’t forget that too much acidity can damage your memobottle, so don’t let your citrus-infused water stay too long in your bottle!
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3. Strawberry and Chia Seeds
Chia seeds have been gaining popularity over the years, especially among health-conscious consumers. Although it’s naturally tasteless, it’s proven to have a range of benefits and nutrients such as antioxidants, fiber, fatty acids, protein, and calcium. These tiny seeds can do wonders!
Strawberry is an excellent choice if you want instant flavor for your drink. It’s also rich in manganese, fibers, and potassium—beneficial for heart health and controls blood sugar. It’s also a natural sweetener, so no need to add sugar!
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4. Raspberry and Blueberry
Berries are known to be low in calories but rich in vitamins and minerals. This means consuming a decent amount of these fruits can help in weight management, especially for those who are into low-calorie diets.
Popular picks like blueberries and raspberries contain high levels of vitamin C and K. Eating these fruits aid in cell repair, wound healing, and anti-inflammatory response. You can also try combining other berries for a mixed berry-flavored drink!
Just remember to clean your memobottle thoroughly with a long bristle brush or mixture of vinegar and water to eliminate any build-up or residue. We recommend rinsing out your flat water bottle daily to avoid any contamination of your drinking water.
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