Strawberry, Mint, and Lemon Water Detox Drink

Strawberry, Mint, and Lemon Water Detox Drink

Talk about a refreshing metabolism booster! This Strawberry, Mint, and Lemon Water Detox Drink is packed so full of Vitamin C, you’ll be giving your metabolism a big boost while burning fat and increasing weight loss.

It also contains anti-inflammatory ingredients and is great for fighting cold and flu viruses.

Strawberries are known to curb appetite, boost your immune system, regulate blood sugar, aid in digestion, and improve cardiovascular health. They’re packed full of Vitamin C to increase your metabolism and help reduce bloat and inflammation in sore muscles.

The lemon is good for weight management, improved digestion, appetite control and also helps fight bloating.

Mint helps boost energy, and best of all it helps you burn fat faster, making this a great drink for weight loss. Make this Strawberry, Mint, and Lemon Water Detox Drink for your next party, take it to the gym or just sip all day long for a day full of delicious hydration.

Strawberry, Mint, and Lemon Water Detox DrinkMakes 2 Liters

  • 1 lemon, thinly sliced
  • 15 strawberries quartered
  • 5 mint leaves
  • 2 cups of ice
  • Water

In a large pitcher, add the lemon and strawberries. Over the pitcher squeeze and slightly twist the mint, do not tear apart you only want to gently release the oils, add the mint leaves to the fruit. Top with ice and water. Let the pitcher sit in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.

When the water is down to 1/4 full in the pitcher, refill with water and place back in the fridge. You can do this several times. Store Strawberry, Mint, and Lemon Water Detox Drink in the fridge up to 24 hours.

Take it to go!

Check out our Fruit Infused Water Bottle and Pitcher reviews for information on the best flavored water infusers. These portable fruit infusers are a convenient way to help you drink more infused water wherever you go.

Discover more benefits of Detox Water for weight loss and better health.


  1. Katz Ang says:

    will try making this too, but i have questions, hope u could help with the answers hehe… can this be drink at room temperature? ’cause if i bring this to school/work it’s no longer cool then, can all fruits and herbs that use to make this water save to drink at room temperature or just some fruits and some have to be stored in refrigerator? if yes may i know which are can’t and can? thanks^^

  2. PJ says:

    Is faucet water okay to make infused water,if not what do you recommend

    • Audrey says:

      PJ, faucet water will work fine. The fruit flavors will help mask the chemicals in the tap water well and there’s no evidence bottled water is necessarily better for you. The important thing is to DRINK, DRINK, DRINK (water)!

  3. Nessa says:

    Made this last night woke up tried it this morning. I have to say this is my new fav drink (: can’t wait to try different recipes.

  4. Libby says:

    how many litres per day should I drink ?

    • Audrey says:

      Hi Libby,

      According to the Mayo clinic, men should try to drink about 3 liters of water a day and women should drink about 2.2 liters. Fruit infused water counts towards your daily water intake goal, so enjoy!

    • Samantha says:

      I work for a weight loss clinic and we tell our patients you should divide your weight by 2 and that’s how many ounces of water you should have for the day.

      For example, if someone weighs 140 pounds, they should be drinking 70 ounces of water per day!

  5. Ebony says:

    Hi… I was wondering when I make it do it have to sit overnight or can I start right away?? Thanks

  6. candy says:

    Can we add some honey ?

    • Kalle Hampston says:

      Yes, as long as not too much is used! Honey is a natural sweetener, but it still has sugar, so don’t use a whole lot!

  7. Sharon says:

    Can I use Seltzer Water?

  8. Christina says:

    The recipe is for 2 liters, how much is used to make just one serving at a time? Like a 16 oz serving?

  9. Day Wilson says:

    Is this a good drink to try if you just want to lose belly fat and not lose weight?

  10. Jacquelyn says:

    Can you use frozen fruit for infused water drinks

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