Skinny Water Recipe: Lots of Flavor, Zero Points!

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It takes a lot of water to stay hydrated during the summer here in Phoenix! I drink a ton of water all day long. There’s nothing better to quench your thirst. And it provides lots of impressive health benefits: water can reduce fatigue, prevent headaches, boost brainpower, improve your mood, and even help you lose weight.

But I sometimes get tired of drinking plain water. I like to keep a pitcher of water jazzed up with thin slices of cucumber and lemon ready and waiting in the fridge. I call it “spa water” because I first tasted it at an Aveda salon/spa. It’s an easy skinny water recipe with lots of flavor for zero points.

Here’s another refreshing, flavorful skinny water recipe perfect for hot summer days! Water enhanced with lemon, lime, grapefruit, cucumber, fresh mint. Mix and match all of these ingredients to suit your fancy. Budget Savvy Diva provides step-by-step instructions, stunning photography, along with the health benefits of each ingredient.

Get the recipe here…

BudgetSavvyDiva – Skinny Water Recipe*

*PointsPlus® for skinny water recipe calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.

Links to more skinny water recipes:

Strawberry Spa Water (Coffee and Quinoa)
Herb Infused Spa Water (My Recipes)
40 Fresh Fruit Spa Water Recipes (Women’s Diet Network)
Sassy Water, a Flat Belly Diet Staple (Prevention)

If you liked this skinny water recipe you might also like:

4 Reasons I Stopped Drinking Diet Soda
Low Calorie Smoothie Recipes
Weight Watchers Friendly Weight Loss Tip: Don’t Drink Your Calories

What’s your favorite strategy for drinking more water? Do you have a favorite skinny water recipe to share?

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