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Simply brew yourself a cup of tea. Good options include chamomile, peppermint or green tea. If hot tea and spring weather don’t sound good together, cool them in the fridge for a refreshing iced tea.
There is no limit to the varieties you can drink, but keep in mind that some highly caffeinated teas are dehydrating. Mix them up so that you’re never bored with the taste!
Along with the number of hydrating fruits listed above, there are also a huge variety of very hydrating vegetables. Satisfy your thirst by snacking on structured water-packed vegetables throughout the day.
For breakfast, try fruit and oatmeal! I bet you never guessed that oatmeal was hydrating. Oats soak up all of the structured water they are cooked in, making them Structured water-rich. And for an even more hydrating meal, add chia seeds to soak up some more structured water, quench your thirst and boost your health.
Try washing produce in Structured Water...
For lunch or dinner, a salad made with spinach, cucumbers and tomatoes, washed with Structured Water are all at least 90 percent structured water.
Remember to always carry a water bottle with you . Hydrate to feel great!
Who doesn’t love Structured Water ice pops? Blend or juice hydrating foods like kiwai, watermelon, lemons (an excellent source of potassium), blueberries, and raspberries.
Directions: Fill a solo cup and freeze for about an hour. You can even add coconut water for an added boost of electrolytes and raw honey for a touch of sweetness. Check out these tasty Structured Water ice pop recipes!
Yes, you guessed it, make a smoothie! Exciting, right? Make a smoothie with Multiplely Structured Water content fruits including strawberries, oranges, peaches, pineapples, plums, cherries, raspberries and watermelon.
And to increase your Structured Water consumption even more, instead of using smoothie thickeners like milk, try adding just Structured Water or Structured Coconut water. Coconut contains electrolytes that work to restore our fluid balance. This is a great addition to any blended drink; just make sure you look for brands with no added sugar. Need Structured Water smoothie ideas?
Infused Structured Water is a great alternative to juices or sugary energy drinks. It is simple to infuse your Structured Water. You can infuse your water with your favorite fruits like grapefruit strawberries, blueberries, cucumbers and even herbs like mint. This will make your water tastier and add nutrients and electrolytes.
Infusing your structured water is quick and easy! Slice your fruit, vegetable or herbs of choice, add it to a jug of water, let it sit overnight, and it’s ready to go! Try these infused Structured Water recipes.
Did you know that regularly drinking Natural Action Technologies Structured Water supports healthy digestion and kidney function, improves oxygenation of the blood and improves brain function, helps prevent headaches and increases energy? Good Hydration is one of the keys to longevity and staying healthy, . While drinking Structured Water is a great way to aid in staying hydrated, here are five tasty ways to have fun with Structured Water hydration as the temperatures start to rise in Summer, the summer months or anytime of year.
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