Flush The Fat Away With These 5 Delicious Drinks!

Flush the fat away with these drinks that will have you on your way to a slim trim body in no time. You CAN eat the ingredients used in each drink if you so choose, but they are mainly there for the taste. Drink 8 ounces before each meal 3 times a day for 10 days and marvel at the results.

Combine ingredients for these 5 ways to flush the fat away. Pour delicious drinks into a glass pitcher, chill, and enjoy!

Ginger, Lime & Mint Flavored Sparkling Water

FLUSH, CLEANSE & DETOX WATER. This flush the fat away water concoction combines five delicious ingredients which each contribute their own unique, powerful, fat-cleansing properties. The result is a powerhouse of a drink which eliminates fat efficiently while tasting great. Water is essential in filtering waste products and toxins from your body. Tangerine allows your body to process glucose more efficiently, instead of turning it into fat. Grapefruit boosts your metabolism, and cucumber stimulates your body to feel more full. And mint aids the digestive process, allowing your body to eliminate waste more efficiently. Refer to our recipe to mix up this refreshing, fat-burning cocktail today!

Cucumber, Tangerine & Grapefruit

Flush Cleanse & Detox Water

Flush Cleanse & Detox Water

Ingredients

  • 1/2 gallon water
  • 6 wedges pink grapefruit
  • 1 tangerine, mandarin, or small orange,sliced
  • ½ cucumber, sliced
  • 2 peppermint or mint leaves
  • Ice

Directions

Rinse grapefruit, tangerine, cucumber and mint leaves. Slice cucumber, grapefruit, and tangerine (or peel). Combine all ingredients in a half gallon pitcher. Allow the ingredients to sit for 2 hours for maximum benefits. Drink throughout the day.

Stir & Enjoy!

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154 Comments on "Flush The Fat Away With These 5 Delicious Drinks!"

  1. Wendy  July 19, 2012

    On the Fat Flush Water, how much water to those fruit amounts?  Does that make just one 8oz serving?

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    • Amy Smith  July 19, 2012

      Hello Everyone!
      The recipe for the fat flush water is per 8 ounce serving. So, it would be 8 ounces of water along with the fruits and vegetables and combine all of this together in a large pitcher. The longer it sets the better it is. Enjoy!

      Reply
      • benji  April 23, 2013

        the recipe calls for 1/2 gallon of water in the ingredients.

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    • Skinny Ms.  July 19, 2012

      8 ounces to all of the fruits listed  = 1 serving
      You will need 24 ounces for a full day supply along with triple the fruits on the recipe card = 1 whole day serving (3 servings)

      Reply
    • Skinny Ms.  April 19, 2013

      Vanessa, Yes…sip throughout the day.

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  2. Ichabodwood  July 19, 2012

    Do you eat the fruit, mint, and cucumber in the first recipe?

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    • Skinny Ms.  July 19, 2012

      Add one slice (section) of grapefruit and 1 tangerine sliced. You CAN eat the ingredients if you want, but they are mainly there for the taste. You can mix all of this the night before (the longer it sits the better it tastes) and drink 8 ounces before each meal 3 x's a day for 10 days. Hope this helps!

      Reply
      • Hillsbunker  July 19, 2012

        Clemetines are much more plentiful around here than tangerines are.  Would they have the same effect?

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        • Hillsbunker  July 19, 2012

          (clementines)

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        • Skinny Ms.  July 20, 2012

          Hillsbunker, Clemetines will work too!

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  3. Lori  July 19, 2012

    One slice of grapefruit: is that like a sliver or section?  One tangerine: is that squeezed into the water? 

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    • Skinny Ms.  July 19, 2012

      One section, Lori. Hope this helps!

      Reply
    • Lynn  May 13, 2013

      one whole grapefruit. Slice it and add to water. Tangerine can be squeezed but same nutrients if you just slice and add to water.

      Reply
  4. Anne  July 20, 2012

    I agree.  Tangerines are not in season now and not available.  Is there a substitute?

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    • Autumn Huhman  August 20, 2013

      I have watched a video on how to make this water and according to the video Oranges make a good substitute.

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    • Raven  January 5, 2014

      Mandarins is what I used.

      Reply
  5. Terri  July 22, 2012

    Can it be mint instead of peppermint? I have a ton of mint growing right outside my front door

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    • me!  July 12, 2014

      yes it says mint or peppermint. go ahead

      Reply
  6. Kmoeckel49  July 23, 2012

    I peeled an Orange and a Grapefruit and half of a cucumber …. Way to much Grapefruit I Put in there … I put in Half of a Grapefruit a whole orange and half a Cucumber … forgot how over powering Grapefruit can be still drank it though… and flush it did which is a good thing !!!

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  7. Skinny Ms.  July 24, 2012

    Terri, You and me too. My mint is taking over the back yard. 😀 Yes, mint will work!!!

    Reply
  8. Cmcmgm  July 24, 2012

    I don't understand–where do the 5 drinks come in.  Do you make one with grapefruit, one with tangerine , one with cucumber and one with peppermint.  Sounds like you make one drink with all of the above so why does it say 5 Fat Flushing drinks.  Also why are all the comments so messed up and on top of another.  Makes for very hard reading.  I want to try this but want to get it right before mixing everything up.  Thanks for your answers.

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    • Cyn  February 6, 2013

      The other "drinks" are listed below the fat flushing drink paragraph, they are not recipes. There is cranwater, grapefruit juice, water and green tea. 😀

      Reply
  9. Kaighan  July 26, 2012

    Trying to read this on phone so please excuse if seems silly … Triple the amounts of fruits if combining for 24oz? Or same amount of fruits just in pitcher with 24oz of water?

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    • Lynn  May 13, 2013

      Recipe calls for half a gallon. 8 cups in half a gallon = 64 oz total makes two 24oz drinks + one 16 oz drink

      Reply
  10. Mysuekel  July 26, 2012

    made this last night……..have been siping on it all day…….really good

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    • Gabriel Sciberras  October 30, 2013

      should we blend it or just leave it there for 2 hours?

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      • Skinny Ms.  October 31, 2013

        Gabriel, You can stir it or let it set.

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  11. Mysuekel  July 26, 2012

    made this last night……..have been siping on it all day…….really good

    Reply
  12. Amy Smith  July 27, 2012

    Kaifgan
    Triple everything . Thanks

    Reply
  13. Anne  July 28, 2012

     Again, is it ok to substitute Clementines or something else for the tangerines?  Tangerines are not in season and not available.  Thanks!

    Reply
  14. Tarafebuary  July 28, 2012

    If you look below the recipe for the fat flushing water, you will see the other 4 drinks recommended being cranwater, grapefruit juice, water and green tea.

    Reply
  15. Serrato_anna  July 30, 2012

    I'am going to try this drink!  Thanks Barb. :)

    Reply
  16. guest  August 8, 2012

    For all those with questions about the tangerines and the peppermint, etc. here is the link to the recipe on Dr. Oz's website. In the comments below, Kim Lyons actually answers some of the questions and also says to feel free to ask her questions on her FB  page.
    http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/ultimate-10-day-pl

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  17. sheila  August 28, 2012

    Where do u find 100% cranberry juice?? I read every label in my grocery store….even the bottle that said it was 100% had other juices in it!

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    • Skinny Ms.  August 29, 2012

      Sheila, I find it only in the organic section.

      Reply
  18. Aleathia Braun  September 26, 2012

    in the health food section, by like the organic milk and cocanut water

    Reply
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  20. AAAmomma  October 16, 2012

    Will this drink continue to help burn fat after ten days?Or will body become tolerant to the ingredients?

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  21. stefanie  October 16, 2012

    Can you substitute the grapefruit for another type of fruit? I take a lot of meds so I don't want grapefruit to interfere with it. Thanks for answering my question.

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    • Karen  May 24, 2013

      Yes, the video even states to replace with lemon. Did you watch the video?

      Reply
  22. Skinny Ms.  October 17, 2012

    I don't think so. I will be posting a 3 day detox and cleansing soon if you are interested!

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    • Mary  December 25, 2012

      Have you yet?

      Reply
  23. Skinny Ms.  October 17, 2012

    Stefanie, Me too…can't eat grapefruit! I sub with an orange.

    Reply
  24. AmyD  December 28, 2012

    If you go look at the original recipe on Dr Oz's site, the fruit ingredients should be combined with one pitcher of water and then consumed 8 oz. at a time – not 8 oz of water combined with all that fruit.

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    • Skinny Ms.  December 30, 2012

      AmyD, Not sure what you mean…that’s what the instructions say??

      Reply
  25. Tricia  January 8, 2013

    I'm confused… Your ingredients say per 8oz. serving, and when you visit the Dr. Oz page it says per pitcher, yet the ingredient quantities are the same. Which is correct?

    On your site:
    Ingredients, per 8-ounce serving. Water 1 slice grapefruit 1 tangerine ½ cucumber, sliced 2 peppermint leaves Ice – as much as you like

    Dr. Oz Recipe
    Fat Flush Water
    Ingredients, per 1 pitcher

    Water
    1 slice grapefruit
    1 tangerine
    ½ cucumber, sliced
    2 peppermint leaves
    Ice

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    • Skinny Ms.  January 9, 2013

      Tricia, You simply add the ingredients to a pitcher and stir. Ours also says add to pitcher. Does this clear it up?

      Reply
      • Tricia  January 9, 2013

        I think! Basically the ingredients are per pitcher, not per 8 ounce serving as was stated on your page. So for example, there's not 1 slice of grapefruit for every 8 ozs., but rather 1 slice of grapefruit per pitcher.

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        • Skinny Ms.  January 10, 2013

          Tricia, Exactly!

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          • sherry  March 6, 2013

            I would probably do it as you state here. I'm thinking only one slice per picture may not be quite enough. BUT, that's just me. I would also not "nit-pick" this and just get a pitcher, and get the fruit and go for it. :) Thanks Skinny Ms.!

          • SkinnyMs  March 6, 2014

            You're welcome!

  26. Tricia  January 8, 2013

    I'm confused… Your ingredients say per 8oz. serving, and when you visit the Dr. Oz page it says per pitcher, yet the ingredient quantities are the same. Which is correct?

    Reply
  27. Melinda  January 16, 2013

    Can you use decaffeinated green tea?

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  28. Kelly  January 21, 2013

    It says 100% cranberry juice, does that mean unsweetened or just that its 100% juice and not like 27% lol

    Reply
  29. debbie  February 5, 2013

    Where can you find peppermint leaves and can substitute with something else?

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    • Skinny Ms.  February 6, 2013

      Debbie, In most grocery store’s produce section. It can be hard to find certain times of the year so I would sub with mint leaves.

      Reply
    • Carol A.  July 26, 2013

      I'm a little late weighing in on this.. but you can buy a mint plant from the grocery store…I planted mine in a pot.. they like sun. It will do really well in a pot and grow like crazy! :)

      Reply
  30. Lauren  February 20, 2013

    How many times per day should a person drink the cran water?

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    • Skinny Ms.  February 24, 2013

      Lauren, I would drink it over a period of 2 days, 4 (8 ounces) each day.

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    • Brenda  March 10, 2013

      Lauren, I drank 64 oz daily.

      Reply
  31. jessica  March 9, 2013

    Here is the actual recipe:
    Fat Flush Water
    Ingredients for one large pitcher:

    Water
    1 grapefruit sliced (can substitute with lemon)
    1 tangerine (can substitute with oranges)
    1 large cucumber, sliced
    10-20 mint leaves
    Ice
    http://www.fasttracktofatloss.com/network/blog/fa

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  32. Erin  March 11, 2013

    I know this has been commented on a lot already….but I find the directions confusing. Just 8 oz of water? Or fill the pitcher?

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    • Skinny Ms.  March 13, 2013

      Erin, Fill a 1/2 gallon size pitcher with water and drink 8 oz throughout the day.

      Reply
  33. paislee minyard  April 19, 2013

    wondering if you can re use the fruit afer you have drank all of the water or is it a must that you change it out???

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  34. Pat  April 24, 2013

    What does the peppermint do for you

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    • Skinny Ms.  April 24, 2013

      Pat, Peppermint has a lot of beneficial uses:
      Irritable bowel syndrome
      Indigestion
      Heartburn
      Nausea

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    • SkinnyMs  March 6, 2014

      Peppermint besides being energizing, aids in digestion.

      Reply
  35. Heather  April 26, 2013

    Do you peel the fruit before putting it in the pitcher and also, can you use mint instead of peppermint? Wasn't sure if it would make a big difference. Thanks

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    • Skinny Ms.  April 28, 2013

      Heather, I would peel the fruit if you will not be using organic. Yes, mint will work! :)

      Reply
  36. MrsPirate  May 5, 2013

    So once you finish the pitcher….can you just refill with water or do you have to put fresh ingredients in each time????

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    • Skinny Ms.  May 6, 2013

      MrsPirate, A 2nd day would be fine but wouldn’t recommend fresh fruit after that.

      Reply
  37. Robyn  May 6, 2013

    ok, I completely did this wrong, there is a recipe floating around Facebook that you put all that fruit in one 16oz bottle then fill with water. glad I only made 4 …..I will remake in a pitcher. Much easier

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  38. Nicole  May 6, 2013

    How many day can you use the same fruit?

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  39. Jennifer Small  May 7, 2013

    Cannot get peppermint leaves here can I substitute with anything else?

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  40. Skinny Ms.  May 10, 2013

    Dev, I would use the fruit 1-2 times, then toss the fruit.

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  41. Lynn  May 13, 2013

    Anyone heard of the 3 day military diet? wonder if the results are greater if you do the two together?

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    • Stacy  November 17, 2013

      What diet is that?

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      • GaleCompton  November 18, 2013

        Stacy, It is not a diet. This is just a recipe for a healthy drink that helps to eliminate excess body fat.

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  42. Duenan  May 14, 2013

    Can you leave out the peppermint? I can't have mint at all it makes me so sick so is there something else I should use or can I just leave it out??

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  43. curious G  May 15, 2013

    can you eat with this fat flush or is this all you take in?

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  44. Rita Robertson Hall  June 17, 2013

    Do you refrigerate the fat flush or let it sit unrefrigerated, covered?

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    • Skinny Ms.  June 17, 2013

      Refrigerate!

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    • SkinnyMs  March 4, 2014

      You can let it sit unrefrigerated, covered.

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  45. MICHELE  June 24, 2013

    I need better measurements of fruit please

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  46. Kathy  June 29, 2013

    What do you use if Tangerines are not available?

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  47. Skinny Ms.  July 12, 2013

    Lori, Plain water is great but it’s the ingredients that gives it the flush effect.

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  48. Shannon  July 18, 2013

    What about the fruit and cuke after you drink it? Will it still have value and just add water to it for the next day?

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    • Skinny Ms.  July 19, 2013

      Shannon, I would recommend cutting fresh fruit the following day.

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  49. MzLaura Morgan  July 18, 2013

    I just made this. It is in the fridge now sitting now. After reading comments, I too added a whole grapefruit! Was I supposed to? Should I start over? Will it be too much? (LOL)

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    • Skinny Ms.  July 19, 2013

      Laura, Don’t worry that will be fine. Next time, use about 6 grapefruit wedges. I clarified in the ingredients. :)

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    • SkinnyMs  March 4, 2014

      Grapefruit is very low calorie, naturally cleansing, and contains a property that can rev up your metabolism, so no it's not too much for these drinks!

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  50. naomi  July 28, 2013

    how much weight will you lose if you do this?

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    • Skinny Ms.  July 28, 2013

      Naomi, It depends on tons of factors, weight, age, other foods consumed, etc.. I would recommend the Fat Flush Drinks in addition to a healthy diet with portion control. :)

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  51. Skinny Fiber  July 29, 2013

    I like the Luper style fat flush water Just1C did, it cuts the bitterness a lot.

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  52. Mjules  July 31, 2013

    Can you reuse the ingredients or do you have to replace everyday?

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    • Skinny Ms.  August 1, 2013

      I would recommend replacing each day.

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    • SkinnyMs  March 3, 2014

      Replace.

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  53. Bill Ramsay  August 5, 2013

    Tangerines are out of season where I live. Can you substitute Clemintines?

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    • Skinny Ms.  August 6, 2013

      Bill, Yes, Clemintines will work as well. :)

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  54. Gina  August 9, 2013

    I was wondering if the cranwater, drink, was it suppose to be 56 oz of water or 5 -6 oz of water?

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    • Skinny Ms.  August 10, 2013

      Gina, That’s 5 to 6 ounces. I made the correction, thanks! :)

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  55. Darcy  August 22, 2013

    I followed the recipe taking the peel off and it tastes mostly like cucumber and it's a little bitter

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  56. Audra  September 22, 2013

    How do you prevent the mint leaves from getting into the glass so you don't end up eating them?

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    • Skinny Ms.  September 23, 2013

      Audra, Just remove before drinking. Or, I chop them up and drink them with the water.

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    • SkinnyMs  March 3, 2014

      The leaves infuse into the water. If you'd like you can strain the water through a fine mesh strainer prior to serving or blend the leaves with some of the water, and add into the drink, and drink.

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  57. Valerie Sparrow  November 23, 2013

    Just made a jug of this and shall try pre Christmas indulgence !

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  58. lola  January 2, 2014

    2 l water – use ozonated water
    900gr grafruit – organic if you can
    900gr oranges – organic if you can
    200gr lemon – organic if you can
    Squeeze the fruit and that will yield approximately 1 l of juice. Mix 2l water and 1l juice and drink all day.

    ENJOY!

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  59. Sasha  February 6, 2014

    its certainly a great drink, i put it in my water bottle every single morning i change my fruit and veggies.

    Mix it up as much as you want, lime, lemon, grapefruit, mint, cucumber, tangerines are tough as they are rarely in season.

    Thats what I use every morning in my water bottle,

    six slices of cucumber, one big slice of grapefruit, half a lemon with the peel ON, and three or four mint leaves.
    Then i just fill up my water bottle at least four times a day if not more. Empty in the evening and start again in the morning. Cheap, and makes your water taste great.

    Makes regular water boooooring.

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  60. Marilyn  March 28, 2014

    I am on cholesterol medication and can't have grapefruit. Can I substitute something for the grapefruit?

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    • SkinnyMs  April 2, 2014

      Yes you can try a mixture of orange and lemon or orange and lime juice (3 parts orange juice to 1 part lemon or lime).

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  61. Mariam  April 8, 2014

    Are we supposed to peel the citrus fruits? or just slice them with the skins on? The water tastes bitter with the skins on…your recipe does not say. Please clarify, thank you!

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    • SkinnyMs  April 9, 2014

      Hi Miriam, Sliced with the peels on is how it's usually done. If the peel is too bitter for you, you can remove it and slice.

      Reply
  62. david archila  April 14, 2014

    Can I substitute a tangerine slice for an orange

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    • SkinnyMs  April 14, 2014

      Yes, you can.

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  63. cindyb62  May 2, 2014

    Has anyone tried this and got results, or are the just complaining about the ingredients?

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  64. Michael H  July 10, 2014

    Aren't you just creating sugar water without the fiber of the fruit itself? Doesn't sound like a very good idea to me. Drink water instead and have a small amount of fruit. Then you get the vitamins and the fiber. But stay away from fruit juice. It's almost as bad as the artificial juice drinks you find in so many stores. Eat more green vegetables, lean protein and unsaturated fats too.

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  65. Joyce  July 18, 2014

    I can't eat grapefruit, what is a substitute?

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    • SkinnyMs  July 18, 2014

      Joyce, Lemon or lime will work in place of the grapefruit.

      Reply
  66. Debra Harris  September 4, 2014

    WOAH ! I really love water infusion, Having tasty water every morning.

    Reply
  67. Theresa  December 26, 2014

    They didn't have mint at my grocery store. Is there something else I can use?

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    • SkinnyMs  December 30, 2014

      Theresa, You can use fresh parsley or fresh basil instead.

      Reply
  68. Maddie Wentworth  January 25, 2015

    what if u used red grapefruit?

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    • SkinnyMs  January 26, 2015

      Maddie, You can use red grapefruit, yes.

      Reply
  69. Angelina  March 8, 2015

    It says 8 ounch of infused water with each meal 3 times a day. for 10 days. If no Tangerines in the stores, use another citrus fruit.

    Reply
  70. Morye  May 4, 2015

    Is it okay if a diabetic drinks these 5 delicious drinks?

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    • SkinnyMs  May 5, 2015

      Morye, Every case is different, you should check with your dr before having these drinks, especially the juices. The infusions may be a safer bet:).

      Reply
  71. Priyanka  May 14, 2015

    I have to drink this flush water with all ingredient or removing all?

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  May 14, 2015

      Priyanka, Just drink the water. If you want to you can eat the fruit, too. Usually the fruit will stay in the bottom of the glass.

      Reply
      • Priyanka  May 14, 2015

        Thank You for reply. .i have two more query hope you will solve that too.
        1. i can have this water anytime over day?
        2. Should i have to make this flush water everynight with fresh fruit or i can use same fruit for two three day?

        Reply
        • SkinnyMs  May 15, 2015

          Priyanka, Yes, have this water throughout the day. The same fruit will be good for 2 days, refrigerated.

          Reply
          • Priyanka  May 19, 2015

            Thank You.
            in how many days or month effect of having this flush water will start?

          • SkinnyMs  May 19, 2015

            Priyanka, You will feel the effects drinking enough water has on your body right away. The reason these fruit-infused drinks are great is because the yummy flavor will make sure you drink enough water during the day. In general, the amount of water an average sized woman should drink to feel healthiest is 88 ounces per day (128 ounces for men), but the amount does vary a little according to weight and activity level. A lot of use don’t drink enough water!

  72. Not trying to be a party pooper, but you needed to mention the part about proper diet and exercise as well as telling the masses that being healthy is not just a diet and a fad about something that had been around for quite some time, but it is a lifestyle as well.

    Reply
  73. Monica  July 12, 2015

    I really don't see what is so confusing, it all seems simply stated. I have been detoxing with mint, cucumber, lemon/lime and either raspberry or strawberry (which ever I have on hand) to iced water. This I do every Monday but I use a large water dispenser. This plan looks do-able to me. Thanks!

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  74. Joe  July 24, 2015

    1/2 gallon water
    6 wedges pink grapefruit
    1 tangerine, mandarin, or small orange
    ,sliced ½ cucumber,
    sliced
    2 mint leaves,
    Ice
    Scrape the cucumber with a potato peeler and peel the Grapefruit and Tangerine, grate half a teaspoon of the zest of the orange add mint leaves and ice and blitz everything together in a blender.
    Add this to the water stir well leave for 2 hours or more then drink throughout the day 250ml at a time.
    TRUST ME IT WORKS !

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  75. Lisa  November 27, 2015

    Can I blend these instead? will it still work?

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  November 29, 2015

      Lisa, You can blend any of these recipes, and the results will likely be the same.

      Reply
  76. Irene charney  January 6, 2016

    I made a galon. How long is it safe to use.

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  77. Aya  January 25, 2016

    I have no pink grape fruits at the moment. I can use white ones? Or should I substitute with something else?

    Reply
  78. Shveta  February 16, 2016

    Hi

    i just wanted to know if I can coffee in the morning and a glass of wine in the evening with this. Will it have the same effect?

    Reply
    • Gale Compton  February 18, 2016

      Shveta, That’s a personal choice. You can certainly have a cup of coffee in the morning. :)

      Reply
  79. Cathy  April 23, 2016

    It’s not rocket science. Some of you are being way too literal… Pick some citrus and fruit that you like and that you can eat, along with some herbs like perhaps rosemary or mint. Put them in a large picture of water and put it in the fridge. When your thirsty grab a glass of water…. I have a rosemary plant in my backyard so I enjoy using rosemary, along with cucumber or lemon or orange. Whatever I happen to have on hand.

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  80. Amir  July 22, 2016

    These detox drinks are great but i went a step further and used blue fat freeze system also because my annoying bulges where really getting on my nerves. It worked and I’ve got an almost lean body so i’ll just keep on doing what i did and hopefully will get rid of belly fat too.

    Reply

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