DIY Fruit Infused Water for Weight Loss (that taste oh-so delish!)

DIY Fruit Infused water

One of the biggest complaints I hear when it comes to increasing a client’s water consumption is…

…but it tastes so plain!

Here are my TOP 25 DIY Fruit Infused water recipes that will add zing to even the most boring of palettes.

The beautiful thing about fruit-infused water is that it’s hard to make it boring as there are just so many combinations available. Your imagination is your limit.

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Some of the most popular ones are:

  • watermelon and pineapple
  • raspberry and lime
  • lemon and mint
  • pineapple and peach
  • mango and blueberry
  • kiwi and strawberry
  • blood orange and blackberry
  • cucumber and lime
  • cherry peach
  • lemon and peach
  • kiwi lime
  • orange and blueberry
  • strawberry and lemon
  • raspberry and peach
  • mango and ginger
  • basil, orange and blueberry (now we’re gettin fancy) 😉
  • blackberry, peach and mint
  • strawberry, lime and kiwi
  • lemon, lime and blood orange
  • raspberry, peach and lime
  • cucumber, lime and mint
  • grape, kiwi and lemon
  • blackberry, green grape and lime
  • cherry mint
  • rosemary, lime and cherry

Phew, that’s a list for sure.

Now let’s look at what combos are good for belly bloat.


  • lemon, orange and mint
  • mango, cucumber and ginger
  • purple grape, raspberry and cucumber
  • pineapple, lemon and pomegranate
  • ginger, cucumber and lemon
  • lemon, lime and mint

healthy flavoured water

Frequently Asked Q’s

How long should I infuse the ingredients with the water?

A good rule of measure is to let your ingredients meld with the water 2-4 hours in the fridge, or even overnight.This will help your recipe reach it’s full flavour potential. For safety reasons in the summer, I wouldn’t recommend leaving it on the counter.

How long does fruit infused water last?

It can last up to 3 days if kept in the fridge, but I recommend drinking it within 24 hours.

Why does my fruit infused recipe taste bitter?

More often than not this happens when you are using citrus fruits. Ensure you are removing the pith, or the white fleshy part of the fruit.

Should I use room temp, warm or cold water?

You don’t want to use hot water as it will destroy the vitamins and enzymes that exist in the fruit. For best results and taste, use cold, filtered tap water.

Why drink fruit infused water? Are there any benefits?

First and foremost, taste is the best benefit of drinking (and eating!) fruit infused water. As I mentioned at the top of this blog post, a lot of my Fit Gals complain of how boring water tastes. This eliminates that excuse entirely.

Also, drinking at least 1/2 your body weight, in ounces, of water daily aids in weight loss. So by adding all this nutritious fruit, veggies and herbs to your water you are adding in nutrition. Good nutrition = a healthy, happy body.

Water also helps to:

  • flush out toxins from your body
  • boost your metabolism
  • clears up your skin and beautifies your hair and nails
  • keep your organs functioning smoothly
  • reduce fatigue during your sweat sesh’s aka workouts

What should I store my fruit infused water in?

I recommend a good fruit infusing water bottle that is BPA-free or made of glass. These are your safest options.

Keep in mind that water, even fruit infused water is low in calories and higher in nutrients so you can drink to your heart’s content. Also remember that you should be aiming for 2-3L of water a day.

What fruit infused water recipes from above are you going to try? Make sure to send me an message letting me know which one(s) was your fave! Feel free to even create your own recipe, and share it with me!

For more help with your weight loss, clean eating and exercise plans, look into my 1:1 online coaching.</a

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