Cleansing Lemon and Mint

Lemon and mint are both good for the digestion and act as a good cleanser for the body. This drink is very refreshing during and after exercise. Makes: Up to 2 bottles – for 1 bottle, simply halve the recipe. Making 2 bottles at a time prevents fruit wastage. Ingredients: 4 large unwaxed lemons, cut into slices 5 sprigs of fresh mint 150g mixed frozen berries Method: Tip the berries into your water bottle. Slice...

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Blueberry and Pomegranate

Blueberries are superfoods and one of the best berries to include in your diet. Delicious with crunchy pomegranate seeds and some of the flesh. Pomegranates have been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, and are now proven to be effective for healthy hearts and levelling blood pressure. Whatever happens – never throw away the seeds! They are full of nutrition, taste lovely and crunchy and can be used...

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Beetroot and Pineapple

This may sound odd, drinking beetroot juice, but it is incredibly healthy and thirst quenching when combined with pineapple, and a hint of citrus and mint. High in Vitamin C to strengthen the immune system, and plenty of fibre for the digestive system. Science is currently proving that beetroot can also help towards lowering blood pressure. Makes: Up to 2 bottles – for 1 bottle, simply halve the recipe. Making 2...

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Cold weather kick

The deliciously sweet refreshing water not only consists of Vitamin B2, C and E but is also high in potassium and fibre. A fruity reminder of the cold weather season’s best produce. This is also a lovely addition to a Sunday dinner table when served in a jug – surround it with tied up cinnamon sticks for a great presentation. Makes: Up to 2 bottles – for 1 bottle, simply halve the recipe....

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Move Over Kombucha – here comes Switchel!

Many of you would have heard of Kombucha, and probably the same amount of you will have knowledge of Kvass or Kefir. These are all fermented probiotic drinks, with a list of health-giving properties as long as your arm. But what about Switchel – the latest and equally as healthy drink – the difference is that Switchel is far more hydrating than the previous two mentioned. Switchel is not new as...

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Halloween Tricks and Treats

Wonder what to do with all that pumpkin flesh, after you have carefully hollowed them out for the children (and you!). There are delicious drinks to make, but most importantly, as well as water, pumpkin can provide excellent hydration. So stick the candles or night lights into your Jack O’Lanterns, and make up some wonderful hydrating drinks you can use with your Hydrate8M bottle. If you are making roasted vegetables...

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5 Recipes for your HydrateM8 Fruit Infuser Bottle

5 Recipes for your HydrateM8 Fruit Infuser Bottle

Our new fruit infuser bottles are proving popular, particularly among those of you who are not huge fans of the taste of water. Adding fruit, veg and even herbs to your water is a healthier way to bring a bit of flavour to your water. Some ingredients even offer extra benefits as you might have seen in our recent blog about adding cucumber to your bottle. If you have ordered one of...

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Why Add Cucumber to Your Water?

Ever tried adding cucumber to your water? You may want to think about it next time you fill up your Fruit Infuser Hydratem8. There are more benefits than you think and here are 5 to get you started: 1. Soothes the Skin As you most probably already know from previous blog posts of ours like 10 reasons you need to drink more water, drinking water regularly helps you maintain healthy skin. However, when you...

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