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Mmmmm. Make your own Naturally flavored waters! & Detox Water Recipes!

Kiana Detox Infusion Bottles 1280x600

Fit Mom Must Have!

Healthy hydration for the whole family!

Make your own naturally flavored water with added nutrients!

Now available in 2 logos: purple & green!




I sip water all day long to detoxify and hydrate my body.  I don’t drink sodas and straight juice is just too much sugar.  But I do LOVE cool naturally flavored waters.  This amazing bottle will hold the fruit and vegetables to infuse your water with delicious flavor and extra nutrients to detox your body with every sip. Can’t get more natural than this!

This flavor-enhancing water bottle holds your fruits and vegetables beautifully in a convenient infusing compartment perfect for making detox waters on-the-go. The translucent colored cap matches the inside filter and makes for a luscious display of color. BPA Free, 24 fl oz. 9” H x 2.75 “ W. Dishwasher safe.

Tip: I keep 3 cartridges in the freezer loaded with my favorite fruit or veggies. When I want water, I just fill up the bottle and pop in the fruit infusion cartridge. Below: orange slices, crushed berries, mango.



Add your favorite fruit or vegetables to the compartment. Here are some of my favorite. Enjoy!

Melon and Grapes: Dice melon and cut grapes in half. So refreshing and clean. Option: Insert diced fruit in cartridge and freeze the night before.

Blueberry Orange: Gently crush a handful of blueberries.  Add to compartment with juicy sliced oranges.

Why it’s good for you: Blueberries are rich in antioxidants. Oranges are high in potassium for heart health and vitamin C, which help neutralize free radicals and strengthens the immune system.

Orange Cucumber: Slice cucumbers and oranges.

Why it’s good for you: Cucumbers are high in vitamin B and are mostly water to further hydrate your body. Oranges add vitamin C, which help neutralize free radicals and strengthens the immune system.

Coconut Power: add watermelon slices and lime wedges to cartridge, freeze.  When you’re ready, insert cartridge and add coconut water to detox bottle.

Why it’s good for you:  Watermelon is rich in lycopene which aids in heart and bone health. Coconut is hydrating and high in potassium. Lime is full of all important vitamin C, which help neutralize free radicals and strengthens the immune system.

More:  Strawberries, frozen watermelon, frozen lemons or limes, cucumbers, mint, ginger, crushed blueberries, raspberries, pineapple…


Aloha: When you look up “aloha” in the Hawaiian dictionary, every warm and fuzzy word in the English language pops up: love, affection, compassion, mercy, sympathy, pity, kindness, sentiment, grace, charity. Aloha is most often used as a greeting or parting phrase to create an atmosphere of friendliness and love, but the aloha spirit is a part of everything in Hawaii: people surf with aloha, cook with aloha, and even write work emails with aloha. It’s as if people in Hawaii are constantly surrounded by an affirmation or mantra to to live life with love.

Making Leis with my daughter in Maui 🙂


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