Are you looking for an easy and delicious way to jumpstart your weight loss and increase your energy? Look no further than Apple Cinnamon Detox Water – the latest health trend taking over social media! Combining natural ingredients like apples and cinnamon with water, this tasty and healthy drink offers a plethora of benefits while being easy and inexpensive to make. Plus, studies show that drinking the right amount of water supports weight loss, boosts energy levels, and may even help with digestion. Whether you’re trying to get in shape or just want to stay healthy, Apple Cinnamon Detox Water can be the solution you need. Read on to learn more about this amazing drink and why it should become part of your daily routine.
Apple Cinnamon Detox Water has become my number one favorite healthy change. I am on a health kick!! After a pretty rough 8 months with some health issues, I decided it was time to fight back and get healthy.
Apple Cinnamon Detox Water
Detox waters have gained a lot of popularity over the years when their health benefits and weight loss benefits started to come to light. A famous doctor has been a long time advocate of the health benefits of detox waters and he recommended this apple cinnamon water. That is a good enough seal of approval for me!
Besides the healthy benefits of this Apple Cinnamon Detox Water, the house smelled amazing!!! I love the combination of apples and cinnamon, I wish my house smelt this way all the time.
Benefits of Apple Cinnamon Detox Water
To give you a good idea of the benefits this detox water has let’s break down the benefits of each ingredient.
- Flushes toxins
- Aids weight loss
- Fights cancer
- Boosts immune system
- Speeds up metabolism
- Aids digestion
- Improves brain function
When Do You Drink Apple Cinnamon Detox Water
Drink one glass before your meals. Morning, noon, and night if you want, or do it just twice a day if you prefer. It is totally up to you how much you want to drink. Drinking before each meal offers your maximum benefits.
How to Store Detox Water
Keep apple cinnamon water in the fridge for no more than 3 days, then start a new batch. If you have any remaining just toss it out.
What Are The Best Apples for Apple Detox Water
To be honest any type of apple works for this apple detox water. I reach generally for a gala or even honey crisp apple. Both offer a sweetness I enjoy. You are welcome to buy whatever apples that are on sale and you enjoy. I think green apples might offer a bit of a tart flavor.
Can You Use Cinnamon Powder Instead of Cinnamon Sticks in Detox Water
Yes. You will gain the same benefits from the powder as the sticks. The only difference is you will need to really stir your water each time you go to pour it from the cinnamon powder and how it settles. I would recommend starting at 1 tablespoon of powder for the replacement of cinnamon sticks.
Can I Drink Apple Cinnamon Detox Water Hot
Yes, you are welcome to drink this hot if you prefer the taste of hot. It is meant to drink cold but you are welcome to warm it up each time if you prefer that.
Can I Halve The Recipe for Detox Water
Sure. If you feel you won’t drink this all in three days feel free to adjust the recipe to fit your needs. It will taste great and work, and doubling or sizing down the recipe will have no bad effects.
Apple Cinnamon Detox Water
This water is literally so easy to make, and it is tasty. I have been drinking this on and off for a while and it is a great way to feel better on a daily basis. I struggle at times with drinking water and having water with a bit of flavor helps. Just pour a glass with each meal, drink and then eat.
I think you all will really enjoy this apple cinnamon detox recipe.
Dr. Oz has been a long time advocate of the health benefits of detox waters and he recommended this apple cinnamon water.
- One gallon water, filtered or bottled
- 4-6 Apples
- 6 Cinnamon Sticks
- Bring water to quick boil and than reduce heat to simmer.
- Core and slice your apples. (save about 1 apple worth of slices for later)
- Add apples and cinnamon sticks to your simmering water.
- Simmer 15 minutes.
- Strain water into glass pitcher.
- Add saved apple slices and a cinnamon stick. Refrigerate.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 107Sodium: 2mgCarbohydrates: 29gFiber: 7gSugar: 19g