Detox Water: Part Three

Detox water - Part Three

Detox water – Orange and blueberries 

Everyone has it own opinion about beauty. In fact beauty to me it is not only about appearance but it is also about loving and caring about your body from within because there is no point using make up on your face and completely neglect your nutrition. Whenever I make detox waters I call them “body pampering”. This particular detox water is really easy to make and cheap,too.

All you need is 2 big oranges which are good for your body because full of vitamins, fibers, minerals. They help lower the cholesterol, they are good for your eyes because full of Carotenoid and lower the risk of diseases (due to the vitamin C).

1/2 cup of blueberries on the other hand are full of antioxidants (one of most antioxidants food in the world), full of manganese crucial for the bones, full of fiber which help lower the cholesterol and full of vitamin C (crucial for the immune system).

There you go, water with oranges and blueberries “simple” as that. I usually have it for about 2 days.

Please tell me what do you do when you want to treat yourself (in terms of beauty) I would love to know! 🙂

I hope you will like this version of detox water as much as I do! 🙂

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34 comments

  1. Looks like I have all the ingredients at home, so I will give it a try:)

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    1. Wow please do, it is really nice and good for you!

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  2. Great work there. Detox is good for you, for your liver and kidneys especially. These are the vital organs that help in toxic removal from the body. Also a great picture, and a very refreshing drink fro people. Not all people like water, as they want some flavor. A great drink for flavor and much better alternative than water. Keep up the good work:)

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    1. Thank you very very much for the nicest comment, I’m really happy that you appreciated this post. I agree with you detox water is really good for your body, thanks again 🙂

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      1. Always a fan of freshness and healthiness 🙂

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      2. I like your point of you, Me and my husband always try to eat organic, fresh and healthy food. Of course, sometimes we need some treat 🙂

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      3. With so many delicacies its hard to resist

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  3. Sounds very good! Do just drink that for two days or do you eat as well?

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    1. Hello Renate, I drink the water but eat also, obviously I try to avoid fried and unhealthy food. I believe that our body needs water and food also, it is all about moderation! Thank for the nice words! Best wishes,
      Alice

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  4. Beautiful Nutrition · · Reply

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Want to share this! 🙂

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  5. oooo yes, that’s a good variation on lemons, thank you!

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    1. You’re welcome, That’s really nice 🙂

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  6. Mirror of Health & Fashion · · Reply

    Great recipe,thanks for sharing.I will definitely do this at home.

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    1. Thank you so much for the nice words, I love this type of water! Best wishes,
      Alice

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  7. This is great, thanks for sharing! I also use lemons or cucumbers as well. I have also heard that using warm water with lemon is a great detox for the liver and kidneys. Any thoughts on using a water filter vs. tap water? I have a Brita water filter, but I am not sure if the cost is worth it.

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    1. Thank you Nancy at food mingle… for the nice words, I use the water I buy at the supermarket definitely not the tap water. The Brita water filter is ok, anyway you can use whatever you feel comfortable with but I always consider these type of detox water as a treat for myself so the better the quality the best results! Best wishes,
      Alice 🙂

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      1. Ah ok thanks so much!

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      2. You are most welcome! 🙂

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  8. this looks amazing. such a great summer drink 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much Frassle11, it is very refreshing and has few ingredients!
      Ps. I love Nutella, too 🙂

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  9. Ooh I shall have to give this a try. I love water so infusing it with these flavours sounds fab as I am boycotting all fizzy drinks! Thanks for stopping by and following my blog, I really appreciate it. Will have a good look at yours this week. 🙂

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  10. I’ve been hearing about these “detox waters” and I just love how you can see the fruit in them! I’m bookmarking these it looks so easy but so pretty 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much for the nice words Maggie Cooks! I love drinking detox waters because it is easy to make and you know what’s in them!
      Thank you again! 🙂

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  11. Reblogged this on Best of Costa Rica and commented:
    Nice simple and easy!

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  12. This actually sounds pretty wonderful

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    1. Thank you very much 🙂

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  13. Love it. What a great idea! Delicious, beautiful, and easy to do 🙂

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  14. Dearest Alice, I like orange juice & blueberries. The freshness of freshly squeezed orange is very refreshing.
    The ascorbic acid of vitamin C of orange may be too strong for a family member who suffers from an occasional gastric, so I often make apple celery juice for detox, and occasionally celery-apple-mandarin-cam-juice.

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    1. Thank you very much 🙂

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  15. I have been looking for a good detox water. I will definitely be trying this out!

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    1. Thank you kelsey, I love detox water because I feel the water tastes better and is good for your body,too! 🙂

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