Bella Vida by Letty

Apple Cinnamon Infused Water

Infused Water Apple

Instead of drinking juice or sugary drinks it’s super simple to make your own infused water.  It is certainly a healthier alternative.  Water is the best thing in the world you could drink.  By adding fresh fruit and herbs you will benefit not only in the great taste but also the wonderful nutrients your body will receive.

Health Benefits of Infused Water

Zero Calories

Lose Weight

Stay Hydrated

Cleanse Your System

Flushes Out Toxins

Maintains Regularity

Boosts Immune System

Keeps You Cool

Energize Your Body

Transports Nutrients & Oxygen

health benefits of drinking infused water

I like using my cute watermelon drink dispenser that I’ve had stored away forever.  That way when friends and family drop by they can just help themselves.  You can also use a glass for smaller portions or a bottle if you want to take it with you.

I fill the drink dispenser half way with filtered water, add the fresh fruit and herbs then fill the remainder with ice.  After three hours you will have some delicious infused water.


One washed apple.  Do not peel.  Slice.  Do not eat apple seeds.

1 cinnamon stick

1 star anise

1/2 tablespoon of ground ginger

Apples are high in antioxidants which are disease fighting compounds.  They are an excellent source of dietary fibers which help to prevent heart disease.

Cinnamon is a powerful antibacterial and great for your tummy.  It’s also one of the top seven antioxidants in the world.  Antioxidants reduce the formation of free radicals which cause cancer.

Star anise is traditionally used as a spice and healing herb.  It helps ramp up immune function to better resist viral infections and also contains antioxidants, vitamin C and vitamin A.

Ginger has a long history of being very effective in alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress.  It contains very potent anti inflammatory compounds, detoxifies the body and boosts the immune system.


Have you tried infused water yet?  Have you tried this recipe?


“It’s my motto for life. ‘Walk slowly; drink lots of water.” Haruki Murakam

“Love is the water of life, drink deeply.”  Michael Scott

“I believe that water is the only drink for a wise man.” Henry David Thoreau


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