Want to be healthy? Here’s what you need to drink!

Fizzy drinks are becoming a huge problem in the UK, with 8,000 new cases of diabetes a year being diagnosed due to sugary drinks in which people are consuming. This is an absolutely travesty, and something needs to be done in order for this issue to be resolved. It isn’t as hard as many think though, all people need to do is ditch the sugary, fizzy drinks and switch to healthier alternatives. It isn’t just fizzy drinks that are detrimental to our health either, something in which shocks many is that unsweetened fruit juices can sometimes be bad for our health too.

You don’t just have to stick to water either, there are many great alternatives for people to enjoy, and today we are going to be listing just some of the drinks in which can keep people hydrated and healthy.

Vegetable juice


A healthy alternative for those who enjoy fruit juices is vegetable juice, and what is even healthier than shop-bought vegetable juice, is homemade vegetable juice. Nutritionists all over the world urge people to make and enjoy their own vegetable juices, and those who find these drinks bitter are advised to ass a splash of lemon juice to sweeten the taste.  If you have never made vegetable juice at home, a recipe that we would recommend is – Avocado, cucumber, celery and lime. This combination is great for health and can serve as a memory booster.

Flavoured milk


Flavoured milk is a great alternative for children, and we don’t mean the milkshakes in which you buy in shops either. Flavoured milk is incredibly easy to make a home too, all people need to do is blitz milk up in blenders along with their chosen flavours. Some people choose to stick to traditional fruity flavours using strawberries and bananas, but other flavours can include vanilla, cinnamon and just whatever you fancy. The main benefit of making your own drinks at home is that you know exactly what is going into them.

Kombucha tea



Kombucha is a fermented tea drink which is rising rapidly in popularity, making for its health and gut benefits. Kombucha tea is made by adding a culture of bacteria and yeast to a solution of tea and although this drink can sometimes contain sugar, it isn’t enough sugar to cause damage. Kombucha tea is easy and enjoyable to make therefore many people to make their own, however if you do not have the time or energy to make your own, you can buy kombucha from a range of suppliers such as https://happykombucha.co.uk/.

Give these three drinks a try, and see if you can feel the benefits! We’re certain that you will.