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5 drinks to add to your healthy drink list



While filtered water is still the best all-natural option to your everyday thirst, some other choices can are also have a beneficial role. You can try to incorporate one or more in your daily routine.

Green Tea:

Choosing a cup of green tea instead of a cup of coffee is a much healthier. Green tea is rich in catechins- which are healthy antioxidants that can help inhibit cancer, boost your immunity system, and speed up your metabolic rate. Look for an organic or a fair trade version. Try to replace your morning coffee with a cup of tea for a healthier wake-up.

Red Wine:

The antioxidants in red wine has been linked heart health benefits, as well as reducing stress. Enjoying an occasional glass of red wine is beneficial, but limit to one glass a day.

Cranberry juice

Cranberry juice is rich in vitamin C and a substance that blocks the attachment of bacteria to the bladder walls, which helps in preventing urinary tract infections. Choose an unsweetened cranberry juice or cocktail.

Golden Milk

Also known as Turmeric milk is one of my favorite drinks. It is rich in antioxidants which help fight free radicals, protect your body from oxidative stress and may help in joint inflammation. It is easy to make just boil a cup of plant-based milk, add 1 teaspoon of turmeric, 1/2 teaspoon of ginger powder, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1 teaspoon of honey or maple syrup mix all together and bring to boil.

Ginger tea:

Ginger has for years been a popular cure for stomach discomfort, and an aid for digestion. It is easy to make, just boil some water and add a few tablespoon of finely grated ginger.

Adding one or more of these drinks to your day will help you stay hydrated and healthy.

Ditch the soda!!!

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