If you love refreshing beverages that help you naturally have more energy, don’t upset your stomach, and support your ideal weight then we have something in common!
I’ve always been a “lightweight” when it comes to drinking alcohol. In fact, I really don’t enjoy how I feel when I drink, so I just don’t. However, many of my clients were looking for healthier options when they were on vacation or if they were at parties so I’m going to share this great recipe for a virgin detox mojito with you today.
Detox ingredients and request
Mint and lime, 2 of the ingredients in this tasty recipe, are great for supporting detox. Though limes aren’t as strong as lemons for supporting detox (your body’s natural cleansing process for removing chemicals like food additives, pesticides, and metals) they’re still supportive and delicious. This mojito is also great with a combo of lime and lemon so feel free to experiment.
Before diving into the recipe, I want to ask you for a favor. Can you share with me your #1 challenge you have with your health? I’m putting together a free teleseminar in the next few months and I want to pick a topic that will provide HUGE value to you. Just hit reply and let me know. Thank you!
Okay, on with the recipe.
- 10 fresh mint leaves
- Juice from 2 small limes
- 2 teaspoons local raw honey OR liquid stevia to taste (5-10 drops of SweetLeaf plain drops)
- 6 ounces sparkling mineral water
- 1/2 cup crushed ice
- In a glass, muddle (crush) the mint, lime juice and honey or stevia drops–I like this brand because it’s made healthily, tastes great AND easy to travel with. If you’re out at a restaurant, one option is to ask the bartender to leave out the sweetener completely and add your own!
- Add crushed ice and then pour sparkling mineral water over ice
- Stir slightly and serve
Enjoy this great drink as a healthy alternative next time you want to kick up your heels.
Remember, please hit reply to firstname.lastname@example.org and share with me the #1 health challenge you’re having that you’d like help with. Thanks again!
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