This apple cinnamon metabolism water recipe is ubiquitous over the net, besides this is highly recommended by Dr. Oz. I love the simplicity in preparing this mixture and the taste is great as well. With the combination of apple and Ceylon cinnamon powder or cinnamon stick, this mixture will boost your metabolism and flush toxins and other wastes from your body via sweat, urine and breath. I love to experiment with the taste, so I try adding some freshly sliced ginger root for another health boost.
Drinking infused apple cinnamon water may boost your energy and help keep your energy levels balanced simply because you are providing your body with life-sustaining water instead of soda pop and resulting sugar rushes and lows. In addition, infused water helps prevent dehydration, which can result if you down soda (especially caffeinated drinks) and other sugary beverages after exercise or when you are thirsty.
And since I’ve been drinking religiously the Lemon Detox Water, I tried to alternate these two drinks in my daily routine and so far, I am loving the results and swear to continue this ritual for the long haul. Aside from these drinks, I also like to incorporate the green smoothies for breakfast. For those of you who aren’t a fan of plain water, you should really love this apple cinnamon water.
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- 1 Apple thinly sliced
- 1/2 tsp of Ceylon Cinnamon powder or 1 Cinnamon Stick
- 1 pitcher of water
You can read my other post here on why cinnamon are not create equal to learn the difference of ceylon and cassia cinnamon.
Drop apple slices in the bottom of the pitcher and then the cinnamon sticks, cover with ice about 1/2 way up then add water. Let the water steep or diffuse in the refrigerator overnight or at least for several hours, and serve. The 32 oz is for one day consumption.
Disclaimer: I am not a health care professional and I am not providing medical advise. Always consult with a medical professional before you change your diet or implement a weight loss program.