This Rejuvenating Rose Water recipe makes a relaxing infusion to help boost your water intake – while improving your skin and battling the signs of aging.
This refreshing cucumber detox water recipe is designed to keep you hydrated and help curb cravings, and one of my favorite detox waters to drink daily.
This is the perfect lemon detox drink for the morning or just before you go to bed at night. The recipe is really easy, and becomes a powerhouse with the addition of one surprising ingredient.
One major reason to do a detox water diet is to help the liver and kidneys flush out toxins. However, many people are unaware of just how many potential toxins they encounter every day.
Gluten-free, gluten-sensitive, gluten-allergies, celiac disease—these terms are everywhere nowadays and chances are, you’ve probably seen them in grocery stores or restaurants. But how much do you truly know about gluten? What exactly is it and how do you know if you should eliminate it from your diet?
Many people who take on a detox are unaware of exactly how they work—or worse still, don’t even know what is in the mixtures they’re eating or drinking. This makes it incredibly difficult to know a good diet from a bad one.
Have you ever depended on a cup of coffee after a long and sleepless night to through the next day? Are you a smoker or at least know someone who smokes habitually?
It’s common knowledge that fruits and vegetables are important to consume for optimal health and getting your vitamins and minerals. However, there is some debate about whether it’s more beneficial to drink your fruits and vegetables versus eating the fruits and vegetables whole.
Coconut water is a nutritious and hydrating drink on its own. Used as a base for your favorite detox water, it packs a nutrient-dense punch while adding a depth of flavor you would not get anywhere else. Coconut water helps ease cravings and has even been used in many rehydration techniqes as a way to…
More than half of the human body is composed of water, and yet too many of us consume less than the recommended daily amount. (1) In general, eight glasses of water is the absolute minimum, with hydration requirements going up depending on the individual’s activity level.