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Infused Water – Reality Or Myth

Here is another new buzz, ‘infused water’. The first thing that comes to our mind when we feel thirsty is ‘water’. Keeping yourself hydrated is very important and not to forget that water is the most important nutrient. No doubt water is the best choice but drinking plain water every day is just like eating the same food every day – boring and monotonous. Of course, we do not eat the same food every day then why same plain water every day?

So avoid the boredom and at the same time fill your bottle not just with water but loads of vitamins, minerals and taste. Here is a very refreshing as well as healthy alternative- INFUSED WATER

Infused water is good for hydration, energy and detoxification. It’s an easier way to achieve your recommended daily water intake. 

Infusing water with a little flavour is really simple. Fill a pitcher with water, add thinly sliced fruits, fragrant herbs or spices, and chill in the refrigerator.

We all are well aware that dehydration is linked to headaches, muscle fatigue, obesity, poor gut health and lethargy. Infused water is an amazing and fun-filled way to hydrate your body and infusing your water with fruits, herbs, or flowers not only improve the flavour, but also add essential vitamins that help your body.

This is a natural and economical option compared to sodas and aerated drinks which are packed with preservatives, high amount of refined sugars, chemicals, and artificial colours. 

Infused water also curbs your appetite, stimulates your immune system, helps in weight management, prevents acidity/heartburn and also regulates your blood glucose levels.

Infused water gives a boost of energy, kick-starts your metabolism and also a very natural way to detox your system.

Also, it’s an amazing way to incorporate vitamins and minerals in your child’s diet.

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