Health Benefits Of Drinking Fruit Infused Water

I recently ordered the Prodyne Fruit Infusion Flavor Pitcher from It was $20 and holds 93 ounces.

I didn’t get anything for writing this post. I simply liked what I ordered and wanted to share it with you. 

If you’re tired of the same beverage and want to kick it up a notch, why not put fruit in the vessel with water or tea? I’ve always loved peach tea. So I want to try that.

I was actually looking online for a simple pitcher to put tea in when I ran across this. After seeing the costs for a simple plastic pitcher, this was very appealing.

The fact that it would hold fruit in the center vessel, and that that fruit would “season” my water or tea was an extra bonus. 

Also, you don’t have to pour the fruit out every time you add water or tea. 

Here are 7 tips for drinking more water & how it will help you:

Drink a large glass of water before every meal, NO EXCUSES. This is one of the easiest rules to follow when it comes to weight loss and it’s also the most important. You must stay hydrated.

Drink your first glass of water within 15 minutes of waking. Put a large full glass of water on your bed stand every night and drink it when you wake up in the morning.

Have a pitcher of fruit infused water in your refrigerator at all times. Keeping a large pitcher of fruit infused water available will encourage you to want to drink more water.

Plus, the vitamins and nutrients that the fruit adds to the water will provide an additional healthy boost.

Buy a travel infused water bottle. A lot of people have reported their amount of daily water intake went way up when they got a travel water infuser. It’s convenient to take it to work, school, the gym, or on the road – it’s an easy and convenient way to drink more infused water. 

Hungry and want a snack? Go drink two 8 oz glasses of water and wait 15 minutes. If you are still hungry then your body needs food and you should have a healthy snack. 

You just saved yourself some calories. Use that surplus to enjoy a nice glass of wine with dinner or to shave 200 calories or more off your daily total.

Decaffeinated tea counts: Going to Starbucks with your friends? Order a decaf tea! You can count it as water and your beverage will be zero calories. 

Fruit Infused Water for Weight LossOnce you start drinking a gallon a day you will notice you are more thirsty and will crave more stomach slimming infused water. Your body will help you along if you can stick to it for a week or two. 
Our bodies need water to stay cool and hydrated. You will also notice clearer skin, stronger hair and nails.
And best of all, water fills you up and it is zero calories!
You can eat the fruit after you’re done refilling the pitcher as long as it’s still relatively fresh.


  1. It's one of my favorite things to drink…and the mint basil and cucumber water is very refreshing also. I really like that your pitcher is large enough to handle a lot of beverage, that makes it easier to drink more.


  2. I have seen pitchers like this…and often thought they would be a good idea. I do drink water most of the day but the fruit might add some vitamins and flavor. Good idea!

  3. That's a neat invention! I always drink water with a lemon wedge in it. I love how pretty that looks with all the fruit in it too.

  4. Hi Brenda, I have an infused water pitcher very similar to this one and have loved it for a couple years now. We keep it filled all the time and enjoy the water by itself straight from the pitcher and also drink it added to ice tea for a flavored tea. Our favorites are cut oranges and another using cut up cucumbers, lemons and spearmint. So refreshing. I also place raspberry tea bags in the middle cylinder and it makes the best raspberry tea. You will love it!!

    1. I've used frozen fruit in mine. I have blackberries, blueberries and strawberries in the freezer from this year' garden. I find the fruit taste is actually stronger using frozen fruit but the fruit also breaks down quicker so you may get some pulpy material or bits of fruit into whatever liquid you're infusing.

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