Low-fat milk or soymilk are also healthy beverage alternatives, and since most of us don't get enough calcium, a glass a day might be very helpful.
Water has zero calories and hydrates completely. 6-8 cups daily is recommended. If you don't like plain water, add lemon, lime, or cucumber slices.
Tea may lower stroke, cancer, and heart disease risk. A 2001 assessment of 10 follow-up studies indicated that 3 cups of tea per day lowered heart attack risk by 11%.
Sports drinks have less calories than juice or soda. However, they don't have the same nutritional value as fruit juice or milk, and water is still the best choice for activities lasting less than an hour.
Coffee is "heart healthy," but cream and sugar ruin your diet. Creamy coffee drinks include 300 to 500 calories.
less vitamins C, A, folate, magnesium, and calcium. With 10 teaspoons of sugar per can, soft drinks are unhealthy.
Diet beverages are a fantastic choice if you're attempting to lose weight, but I'd recommend drinking them in moderation (once a week), as artificial sweeteners are best avoided.
Choose 100% whole, no-sugar-added fruit juice. One daily serving is a tiny glass.
Many energy drinks contain caffeine, sugar, and herbal stimulants that make you alert, but they can also make your heart beat quicker, which might cause health problems.