6 healthiest drinks

These drinks are so healthy that it is bet­ter to drink them every day. And that’s why.


One of the impor­tant com­po­nents of a healthy lifestyle is the time­ly restora­tion of water bal­ance. There­fore, the use of water, as well as var­i­ous healthy drinks, is so impor­tant.

The choice of drink is very impor­tant for the qual­i­ty restora­tion of water bal­ance. Some make you health­i­er, and some don’t.

Grab some cof­fee. A shot of espres­so works won­ders. But oth­ers, sweet­ened cof­fee drinks or var­i­ous mas­ter­pieces of barista art with huge caps of whipped cream on top, can have neg­a­tive con­se­quences with con­stant drink­ing — meta­bol­ic dis­eases, heart fail­ure or type 2 dia­betes.

Add these drinks to your diet to diver­si­fy the menu and become health­i­er.

1. Green tea

This drink is sim­ply incred­i­bly use­ful, although it is rarely paid atten­tion to. Pure green tea is loaded with antiox­i­dants that have invalu­able health ben­e­fits rang­ing from keep­ing you young to pre­vent­ing var­i­ous dis­eases.

But that’s not the only rea­son to drink green tea every day. This drink helps to remove tox­ins and improves metab­o­lism, nutri­tion­ists say. Antiox­i­dants in the body help to avoid and reduce cell dam­age from tox­ins and free rad­i­cals, and reg­u­lar con­sump­tion of green tea will help you low­er your cho­les­terol, which is good for your core.

To learn more about the ben­e­fits of green tea, read the fol­low­ing arti­cles:

2. Kefir

In sec­ond place we have a dear kefir. Favorite rem­e­dy for meta­bol­ic prob­lems.

This prod­uct is made from fer­ment­ed milk, and we all know how use­ful fer­ment­ed prod­ucts are. Kefir is rich in pro­bi­otics, so if you have intesti­nal prob­lems, you should drink it every day. And if there are no prob­lems, drink kefir and for­get about bloat­ing, abdom­i­nal pain or slow metab­o­lism.

For those who have lac­tose intol­er­ance, lac­tose-free prod­ucts have long been invent­ed. Some nutri­tion­ists, how­ev­er, advise try­ing to intro­duce nat­ur­al kefir into the diet, since almost all lac­tose is used dur­ing the fer­men­ta­tion process, which ensures its low per­cent­age in kefir.


3. Water

Well, where with­out clean water? It is rec­om­mend­ed to drink about eight glass­es of water every day, and for good rea­son. Thus, you avoid dehy­dra­tion, and this not only reduces con­sti­pa­tion and improves skin con­di­tion, but also helps to cleanse the body of free rad­i­cals that dam­age inter­nal tis­sues.

If won’t taste good enough, or if you just like water with some­thing, the best option is a lemon wedge. This, accord­ing to Japan­ese stud­ieshelps to delay aging.

What else is use­ful water with lemon and how to use it? Read the fol­low­ing arti­cles:


4. Kombucha

Kom­bucha or kom­bucha is an antiox­i­dant-rich fer­ment­ed tea that is quite ben­e­fi­cial for the gut. It is worth drink­ing this drink every day, as it con­tains friend­ly bac­te­ria and yeast, which our diges­tion some­times lacks.

We described all the infor­ma­tion about kom­bucha in the arti­cle. “Kom­bucha: what is it, its ben­e­fits and how to grow”.

5. Orange juice

Only not pack­aged, name­ly the juice from oranges, which you just squeezed out for break­fast. This drink, along with lemon water and cof­fee, is the best drink to start the day. Espe­cial­ly if the juice is also with pulp.

You renew the water bal­ance after sleep, and also enrich­es with vit­a­min C, which helps in almost all of our body and is indis­pens­able.

6. Smoothies

It’s a pop­u­lar break­fast and snack option, espe­cial­ly when added with min­i­mal sug­ar (ide­al­ly none) and a vari­ety of fruits, veg­eta­bles, and pro­teins like flaxseeds and peanut but­ter.

Read on to find out how to make the per­fect smooth­ie. “25 Best Smooth­ies for Weight Loss”.

And what is your favorite drink?

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