Amino Vitamin Water
Kevin Alexander
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84 Calories
19 g Carbs
1 g Protein
0 g Fat
Total Time
5 servings

When the outside temperature starts to creep into triple-digits, hydration is paramount. Make sure you have something to quench your thirst and wash down your four-course meal! Kick classic water up a notch by adding your favorite aminos and fresh fruit into the mix. You'll stay hydrated while feeding your muscles with natural vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.


  • 2 scoop(s) BCAA powder
  • 1 cup mint leaves, chopped
  • 3 blood orange
  • 2 cup blueberries

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  1. Add room-temperature water to a large Mason jar or glass container. Remember to leave enough room to add fruit.
  2. Mix in your favorite BCAA powder until it's completely dissolved. If your BCAA powder tends to be sweet, add just 1 scoop so you don't overpower the fresh, natural flavors of the fruit.
  3. Slice blood oranges into horizontal pieces and add to the jar. Add in fresh blueberries and, finally, the mint. Stir with a wooden spoon.
  4. Let the water sit for at least 30 minutes so it becomes infused, then add ice to the jar.
  5. Serve immediately! While you can eat the fruit, I don't recommend eating it after more than 24 hours or if the water jug becomes too warm.

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