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30 Delicious & Healthy Fruit Infused Water Recipes
30 Fruit Infused Water Recipes is an all in one solution to get started making your own fruit fruit infusions - no special equipment required!. Get started and download your copy now!
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Have great fun and improve your health by making our delicious recipes such as our Green Tea & Cool Mint Rapid Detox - great for flushing toxins. Or maybe try our recipe for a Sweet & Fruity Immunity Booster - great for preventing colds!
"...Drinking fruit infused water is the best way to hydrate yourself whilst boosting your intake of essential vitamins for health, detox, weight loss and internal cleansing..."
30 Fruit Infused Water Recipes tells you exactly how to create your own fruit infused water combinations step by step. It's so easy to get started doing this and you probably have everything you need in your kitchen already!
Take a look at the BENEFITS of drinking Fruit Infused Water:
You take in important vitamins. Ever heard that when you cook vegetables, you shouldn't leave them to soak first? And when you have boiled them, you should keep and consume the water as gravy? This is because that a process known as osmosis happens when fruit, or vegetables are added to water. The important nutrients contained within them are transferred to the water they are soaking in.
Makes you feel fuller, so you don't at as much, leading to weight loss and weight maintenance.
Helps you lose weight. Fruit infused water provides a range of different nutrients, whilst at the same time, being naturally low in calories and sugar. A must for any weight loss diet - including a low carbohydrate diet!
Improves your mood. Makes you feel happier naturally.
The added nutrients flush toxins from your system faster than normal water.
It tastes better!
Provides a natural immune boost. Especially water infused with citrus fruits which contain vitamin C which has been proven to be great for immunity.
It is naturally sugar free. Fruit contains natural sugars which impart a small amount of sweetness into the water.
There are virtually unlimited combinations. Never get bored of drinking plain water again!
Helps you to follow an alkaline diet. So many fruit juices and alcohol are acidic and cause an acidic reaction within the body. Fruit infused water is the opposite and creates an alkaline reaction in the body. An alkaline system is one which is better able to resist autoimmune diseases and undesired conditions.
And much more!! Download our book now and discover more about how good this water is for you - and how you can get started with our deliciously refreshing recipes!
Take a look at some of the recipes inside this book:
Green Tea & Cool Mint Rapid Detox
Rainbow Citrus Blast
Pear & Vanilla Dream
Cardamom-Rose Ice Water
Sweet & Fruity Immunity Booster
So what are you waiting for? Order Your recipe book now and cleanse and purify your system with our delicious fruit infused water recipes!
This comprehensive resource provides engineers, managers, compliance specialists, construction professionals, and students with the tool they need to understand and comply with the requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 40 Part 122 stormwater regulations. Stormwater Discharge Management covers the full spectrum of stormwater issues, including stormwater regulations, NPDES permitting, minimum control measures, activities-based discharges, overflows, stormwater monitoring, stormwater enforcement strategy, and the new Stormwater Phase II Rule, which mandated compliance March 10, 2003. Readers will learn who meets the criteria for compliance under this rule and how compliance can be achieved in construction activity, agricultural activity, and marine activity. To help simplify the process, the authors identify each and every compliance requirement, from examining the different types of stormwater discharge permits to writing an effective Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPP). They also include actual EPA field enforcement practices and best management practices to help readers ensure compliance success. Readers will gain a clearer appreciation for the stormwater regulations by reviewing the objectives of the Clean Water Act, the purpose and requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and the types of discharges/facilities affected by the laws.
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