Fruit-infused water combines the hydration of a refreshing glass of water with the vibrant, sweet, and tangy tastes of your choice. Some of the most common options are lemon-infused water and lime-infused water, but you may also infuse water with herbs like mint, sage, or basil.
It's tough to find conventional nutrition information because infusing water with fruit is something that most people do at home. While the incorporation of fruit imparts flavor, the infusion procedure does not normally introduce high quantities of nutrients, vitamins, or minerals to the water. Further vitamins and minerals may be released if you squeeze the fruit to release juice, but more research is needed.
Did you know? A one-cup serving of fruit-infused water typically contains;
- Calories: 0
- Protein: 0 grams
- Fat: 0 grams
- Carbohydrates: 0 grams
The primary advantages of consuming infused water stem from the fact that it is water. Being healthy necessitates adequate hydration. Many people drink more water when pleasant flavors are added. Water can thus be made more palatable via infusion.
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