Recipe: Water ... Tasty and Beautiful Ideas

Some of my clients simply don’t like water. They find it boring in comparison to their flavourful pops and juices.

Water is involved with almost every metabolic reaction in our body. Symptoms of dehydration include headaches, heart burn, nausea, constipation, joint or muscle pain, muscle twitching, fatigue and stubborn weight loss.

With all that in mind, doesn't it make sense to up the water game?

This weekend, try pairing these amazing combos with various meals. They will not only appeal to your taste buds, but they look beautiful when serving to guests!

Breakfast or Brunch

  • Slices of lemon & ginger (cleanses the liver and stokes digestive fire)

  • Slices of strawberries & orange (pairs well with any meal item)


  • Chopped pineapple & mango (pineapple is great for protein digestion)

  • Blueberries & raspberries (goes great with any salad)


  • Fresh mint and cucumber (great addition to spring lamb)

  • Watermelon and fresh basil (partners well with poultry or a vegetarian dish)

  • Slices of apple & a cinnamon stick (great dessert accompaniment)

Bonus Tip:

You can buy a bag (or several bags) of frozen chopped fruit and throw those into your cup, thermos, or uber-cool mason jar before you head off to work. They're already washed and cut and will help keep your water colder longer.


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DISCLAIMER: Please read the following disclaimer carefully. Vanessa Bond is not a doctor and does not diagnose or treat disease. The information on this website is not intended to replace the advice or recommendations of your primary health care provider and is not intended as medical advice. The information is intended as a complement to existing therapy - not as a substitute. The focus is to educate on how to make better decisions in order to build and maintain better nutritional balance. She and this web site encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.


© 2023 by Vanessa Bond, Bond With Health Inc.