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8 Best Detox Water Recipes To Get You Back On Track
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8 Best Detox Water Recipes To Get You Back On Track

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Every now and then, we all could benefit from a full body detox. Whether you want to lose a few pounds, boost your immune system, de-stress or simply just adopt an overall healthier lifestyle, detoxing is one of the best (and easiest) ways to get you back on track. When you're armed with a host of detox recipes to choose from, you'll be surprised to learn how easy it is to cure or subdue most ailments by taking your detox water of choice along with you during the day.


You've likely heard of some of them (hello, cucumber mint!), while others open a completely new world of flavors that work together to make you feel your best.

We've rounded up a collection of some of our favorite detox waters that are ideal for year-round consumption—and will guaranteed that you're always snatched with beautiful skin and feeling great!

1.Lemon w/ Turmeric Detox Water Recipe

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Aside from lemon water being an amazing aid to your digestive system by detoxifying the body, this recipe gets an additional kick by adding turmeric. Turmeric is a powerful nutritional supplement and aids your cardiovascular system among other benefits. Check the recipe here.

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