Thursday, March 13, 2014

Re-think your drink

For a considerable lot of us, the accessibility of high-calorie soft drinks and products of the soil beverages makes it simple for us to snatch a beverage on the go—without contemplating what number of calories we're drinking. Studies show that we usually don’t do a good job of reducing calories from other foods after drinking high-calorie drinks. Since our figures don't enlist the calories from beverages,
it is imperative that we pick our beverages carefully.  Pick water and diet drinks rather than customary soft drinks and fruit drinks.

 Try these simple tipsto re-think your drink:
  • Carry a water bottle with you throughout the day.
  • Stock your refrigerator with a jug or bottles of water.
  • Drink carbonated water.
  • Add slices of lemon, lime, cucumber or watermelon to water.
  • Choose calorie-free diet drinks.
  • Add a splash of 100% fruit juice to plain sparkling water to make a low- calorie drink.
  • Try hot or cold tea or herb tea (without added sugar or sweetened with calorie- free sweeteners).
  • Make your coffee with calorie-free sweetener and low-fat milk, or have black coffee.
Choose lower-calorie drinks to save you lots of calories during the day. 


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