9 Healthy Drinks Other Than Water To Include In Your Diet
Your diet leaves a strong impact on your health. But other than food, the liquid you consume also influence your nutritional intake. Read here to know more about some healthy drinks which you can inculcate in your diet.
Healthy drinks: Some healthy drinks can boost energy levels inside your body
- Some drink can add extra nutrients to your diet
- A healthy smoothie is filling as well as nutritious
- You can also try almond milk or soy milk
Although water is the most compelling and essential drink which supports every integral part of your health. At times, water is the only liquid which can curb your thirst, as it is the main ingredient which is essential to keep your body hydrated. Enough water consumption is recommended to support the healthy functioning of the human body. There are other drinks other than water, you can also try including certain healthy drinks into your diet which might help in boosting up the energy levels in your body, with the addition of different flavours.
Healthy drinks to add to your diet
1. Green tea
Health benefits of green tea are well known all around the world. It is full of antioxidants and polyphenols which are believed to be extremely beneficial while treating heart diseases or certain types of cancer. It is also known to be very helpful in the case of high blood pressure levels.
Smoothies are nothing but a (DIY) Do-it yourself drink which includes the healthiest fruits and vegetables along with certain grains from your diet. It can also turn out to be tasty when mixing is done in the right amounts.
Some popular smoothie mixes to add to your diet are:
- Chia seeds, blueberries and cinnamon
- Flax seeds, oats and peanut butter
- Orange, carrot and mango
- Papaya and mango
- Apple, kale and almonds
- Ginger, beetroot and apple
3. Coconut water
Coconut water is a very healthy drink compared to other sugary drinks. It is rich in electrolytes like potassium which rehydrates and maintains a normal fluid level in your body. This helps in giving instant energy with no side effects.
4. Cow milk
Including vitamin D rich drinks in your diet, helps you in maintaining the strength in your body. Cow milk is one of the most common milk which increases the vitamin and nutrient content. It should be carefully consumed in cases of allergy from dairy products.
5. Orange juice
One of the most refreshing drinks to add in your diet plan is orange juice. It is full of vitamins and nutrients to maintain a healthy body. It is specifically enriched with vitamin C which helps in providing a glowing skin.
6. Almond milk
You can switch to almond milk from whole milk if you are conscious about your weight as it contains comparatively fewer calories (about 60% less) and is healthy too.
Kombucha drinks are types of probiotic drinks which are made from good bacteria to help your body in its growth and well-functioning. Another beneficial feature of kombucha drinks can be better digestion and absorption of nutrients.
8. Beet juice
Beetroot is known to be amongst the healthiest of vegetables as it helps to increase the blood making capacity. They are also low in calories and are a great source of fibres and vitamin C.
9. Soy milk
Another milk supplement to include is soy milk. It is enriched with proteins, potassium, vitamin K-12 and calcium. It is a great source of advantage for your body and even face, as it raises the estrogenic level which helps to eliminate wrinkles.
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