The 9 Healthier Drinks (other than Water)


grapefruit juice

Unsweetened cranberry juice is loaded with the phytonutrients that give cranberries their anti-inflammatory qualities, as well as vitamins and minerals including copper, vitamin E, and vitamin C.

piping hot cocoa

Cocoa does really appear on this list. How is that even possible? Well, it might not have survived if it weren't for your least favorite monthly companion.

Fruit shake

Mango is a favorite of practically all children. Mango shakes with milk are the simplest to create; jam and mango jelly are also options.

Juice of cucumber

The most hydrating vegetable, cucumbers are known to contain 90% water.

Leaf Juice

Green juices typically focus more on vegetables than the majority of juices, which tend to be higher in calories and sugar.

Leaf tea

You've heard about the advantages of green tea for years, but perhaps it's time to back up your claims.


Although coffee has a long history of being a contentious health beverage, current research indicates that the world's favorite method to get up may have received an unfairly bad rap.

Smoothies with fruit

This is the list's entertaining beverage. Purchase a variety of fruits, and whenever you feel particularly adventurous, try blending them with milk in various ways.