4 Weeks Flat Tummy Water Recipe

4 Weeks Flat Tummy Water

This recipe will not only help you get hydrated, but it will help you flush out toxins, feel full and can lose weight fast. Please remember any kind of store-bought appetite suppressant can be dangerous and may not necessarily help you with your weight loss goals.

There are so many weight loss recipes out there and it can be very misleading. A healthy diet, exercise, and self-control are key factors in successful weight loss.

New studies show that diet drinks actually make you fat. Naturally flavored and infused waters are a favorite when it comes to weight management. They taste deliciously good and you control the ingredients. Please make sure you use filtered water to get the full benefits.

Let’s look at the ingredients in this flat tummy water recipe:


They are low in calories, act as a diuretic, high in dietary in fiber, and help keep the body alkaline. Cucumbers are a perfect weight loss food.


A study from the Institute for Human Nutrition at Columbia University showed that when participants drank a hot beverage with ginger, they felt more full and had less chance of overeating.


They are high in pectin fiber, which helps suppress food cravings. It also helps the body eliminate waste products by cleansing and detoxifying it. Lemons are alkaline forming and will aid with weight loss.


You may not have thought of mint as an appetite suppressant, but it is. Not only will it give the water a refreshing flavor it will stop food cravings too.


Water is life. It keeps the body hydrated, which is important because dehydration can slow down the fat-burning process. It lubricates joints and muscles during exercise and helps the blood supply oxygen to muscles. Water also helps feel full during meals, so we don’t overeat.

Flat tummy water recipe:


Make sure ingredients are organic and the water is filtered.

➦6 cups of filtered water

➦1 tbsp of grated ginger (If you can’t find fresh ginger, you can also use organic ginger root powder.)

➦1 cucumber, sliced

➦1 lemon, sliced

➦¹/₂ cup of mint leaves

Preparation Guide

Let the mixture infuse overnight. Drink it all the next day and enjoy it! If you don’t finish it all, please keep it refrigerated. it keeps up to 2 days. It is recommended to stop after 4 weeks.



Q: Can we eat the used cucumber after drinking the prepared water?

A: Yes you can eat it 🙂

Q: Adding lemon brings cold which is affecting my health. Is it OK if I skip lemon?

A: You need the lemon for the full benefits, please talk to your health professional to see if this drink is right for you.

Q: Should I remove (peel) the lemon before adding it?

A: Do not remove the skin and please try to use organic lemons.

Q: Can I use lemon bottle juice, instead of lime or lemon?

A: It needs to freshly squeeze lemons to get all the benefits.

Q: Do we eat regular foods when doing this?

A: Avoid sodas, refined sugar, and processed foods.

Q: Can I drink this while breastfeeding?

A: Please ask your health practitioner. We cannot recommend this drink while breastfeeding.

Q: Can I use mint green tea bag instead of on mint leaves as mint leaves are not readily available?

A: You need to use fresh mint.

Q: Can I use lime instead of lemon?

A: Yes you can

Q: Can you please let me know if are there any side effects of this drink?

A: There should not be any side effects. This a natural recipe with healthy ingredients. Unless you are allergic to any of them?

Q: Can I thinly slice the ginger root or does it need to be grated?

A: Thinly sliced is fine too.

Q: Should I drink it in the morning empty stomach?

A: It is not necessary to drink on an empty stomach. Make sure you avoid processed foods and refined sugars.

Q: Within how many days shall I reduce my weight if I use this drink?

A: Each individual is different, please avoid refined sugars and sodas and eat fresh foods. 

Q: Could you use a blender to blend the water, ginger, cucumber, lemon & mint once it has infused? That way you get whatever fiber there is as well?

A: We don’t recommend it needs to infuse as much as possible.


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