Sweetened waters are everywhere, yet many include sugar or artificial sweeteners. A healthier option is natural flavoring.
A review of green tea research found that it may reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, obesity, liver disease, and type 2 diabetes.
The healthiest soda substitute is water, but sometimes, people have a tough time making the switch directly from drinking soda to water.
Instead of sugary drinks or calorie-laden vitamin-enhanced waters, blend 100% no-sugar-added juice with seltzer.
Try a healthier variation using lemon or lime and sugar. Add two lemon or lime slices and a dash of calorie-free, low-carb stevia to a glass of effervescent or seltzer water.
Request red wine for spirit-cola cocktails. Red wine may boost heart health and lower cancer risk.
Without fiber, vegetable juice provides many of the advantages of veggies in a quick, low-calorie drink.
Lactose-intolerant and dairy-free people can enjoy protein-packed almond and vanilla soy milk.
Numerous research show moderate coffee intake is healthy. Unsweetened coffee—black or with a little nonfat or low-fat milk, almond or soy milk—is healthiest.
Kombucha, fermented tea, can satisfy your carbonation cravings without sugar. Kombucha's fermentation produces probiotics.