DIY Vitamin Boosters

Now that the weather is getting warmer, it’s very tempting to reach for an unhealthy soda. We want to share these easy to make healthy alternatives from the Food Matters Team.

DIY VITAMIN BOOSTERS

Water makes up 60-80% of our entire body mass, so it makes sense that when we don’t consume enough, all kinds of issues start to occur!

Consuming plenty of water each day is critical for your body to work at its best, so if you’re not getting enough, your body will start to send a whole range of signals to let you know that you need to top up. Some of these signs include headaches, dizziness, and clogged pipes. Read more about 10 signs you need more hydration.

We know drinking liters of water can be challenging but before you head to the store to buy flavored water, loaded with sugar and additives – or worse, soda, try making some homemade versions like these 3 versions, packed with fresh fruit, veg and herbs, your taste buds will be dancing and you’ll never get bored again

1-inch piece of ginger, thinly sliced
1/2 grapefruit, thinly sliced
1 lemon, thinly sliced

Fill a medium sized glass jug, with filtered water and add sliced fruit.
Stir well to invigorate the water with flavors and sip throughout the day.

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1 small cucumber, thinly sliced 1 lime, thinly sliced
Handful of mint

Fill a medium sized glass jug, with filtered water and add sliced fruit.
Stir well to invigorate the water with flavors and sip throughout the day.

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1 cup fresh or frozen mixed berries
Handful of mint

Fill a medium sized glass jug, with filtered water and add sliced fruit.
Stir well to invigorate the water with flavors and sip throughout the day

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