Do you have a hard time drinking water as I do? Infused water could be your secret to staying hydrated. This Grapefruit Rosemary Infused Water recipe is not only delicious but is packed with vitamins that your body will love!
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Benefits of Infused Water
Even though you are probably better off eating your fruit to benefit from the vitamins and minerals that they serve, drinking infused water is still beneficial.
Making infused water with fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs to daily water intake can help boost your immune system, increases energy, help your skin, aid digestion, and possibly promote weight loss. It is a great solution to getting in your recommended water intake if you are prone to dehydration like me, which can be a contributor to energy loss, headaches, stomach issues, and more.
How to Make Grapefruit Rosemary Infused Water
What You Need
4-5 springs of rosemary
1-2 grapefruit, sliced
Steps to Make Infused Water
Grab a pitcher or a few mason jars. Fill your pitcher/jars with ice or leave them empty to make more room for your pieces that will infuse the water.
Distribute the grapefruit slices evenly throughout the mason jars, or add all to your pitcher.
Follow the same steps for the rosemary springs as you did with the grapefruit slices.
Stir all ingredients together. Put lids on your mason jars and put them in the fridge, or put your pitcher in the fridge to stay cool.
Your infused water should keep in the fridge for up to 2 days.