Giving your thirsty cells something to drink first thing will perk you right up!
Keyword: infused water
Author: Stephanie Rome
½fresh lemon or 1 lemon juice ice cube
Lemon Ice Cubes
Squeeze 6–8 lemons with a lemon squeezer. Pour the juice into ice cube trays and freeze. Transfer cubes to a plastic storage bag or other freezer-proof container, and keep frozen.
To make morning lemon water, first boil water in a kettle or run warm tap water.
Grab one lemon juice ice cube and add to a mug. (Or squeeze a lemon half into a mug.)
If you're using boiled water, fill the mug a ¼ of the way up with cold water, then top off with hot water from the kettle.
If using tap water, fill your glass with warm water.
Sip straight away.
If using lemon ice cubes: In the morning, grab a cube and fill your cup the rest of the way with warm water. The cube melts in a flash, leaving you with not-too-hot lemon water that’s sippable right away—all without the mess.