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Grapefruit Water

Grapefruit Water is so refreshing and energizing! A great way to get your water in each day!

Grapefruit Water is delightful for those who love grapefruit. Drinking and eating grapefruit helps in aiding in weight loss and kick starting your metabolism. I will definitely be making this water to take to the pool with me this summer!

I like to prepare mine the night before.  You can refill your jar all day too! Grapefruit Water is so refreshing and energizing! A great way to get your water in each day! Be sure to try this idea as it will help you increase your water intake too!

Weight Watchers Points Plus = 0 Points

Grapefruit Water

Refreshing and full of taste!
Print Recipe
Prep Time:5 mins
Total Time:5 mins

Ingredients

  • 1 red grapefruit sliced
  • 24 oz water

Instructions

  • Put grapefruit slices into a 32oz mason jar.
  • Fill with water.
  • Put lid on and put in fridge overnight or at least 30 minutes prior to drinking.
  • Enjoy!

Notes

You can refill water throughout day and let sit 30 minutes for the water to infuse the fruit. At the end of the day you can either eat the fruit or toss out.
Servings: 1
Author: Stephanie Ertel

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6 Comments

  1. i tried last night this grapefruit water detox, slicing the fruit together with its peel i’m disappointed because the taste of the water is soooo bitter. should i remove the peel first instead?

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