Cranberry Lemon Water Recipe
Can you guess the single most effective, least expensive and easiest way to help expedite weight loss? Hydrate. Not only does water consumption increase the rate at which you burn calories, dehydration can actually give you food cravings. Very often we confuse the signal for thirst as a hunger signal.
The benefits of lemon are amazing! Adding unsweetened cranberry juice to your lemon water takes it to a whole new level. Try it today and enjoy these amazing results!
In a one gallon glass container mix:
4 - 6 oz. of pure cranberry (organic) **make sure there are no more than 9 – 11 grams of sugar per serving. If the sugar is higher, you have cranberry juice cocktail and not pure cranberry**
3 -6 lemons - Add the juice (and pulp for more fiber and bioflavonoids)
Stevia to taste (optional)
Fill with good, clean, filtered water
Why we drink this:
Cranberry helps keep the liver's detoxification pathways open * Acts as a digestive aid for the waste material stuck in the lymphatic system (this can help with tissue saturation and help reduce cellulite) * Cranberry's acidity helps to reduce and clear mild urinary bladder infections * Clean water with lemon provides the body with hydration, anti-oxidants and electrolytes and helps oxygenate the body * Helps the liver in the process of dumping toxins like uric acid and aids in the liquefying of congested bile ducts * Lemon is a rich source of the immune boosting vitamin C, has good quantities of electrolytes such as potassium, calcium and magnesium and is a tremendous source of citrus bioflavonoid antioxidant phytonutrients.
Sources: quantumbalancing.com, nutrition-and-you.com, naturalnews.com