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Most Danger Drinks and Healthy Alternatives



You are trying to make healthy changes to your diet and regular exercise to lose weight. But there are more to lose weight than to see what you eat; you drink can also affect your progress. Do you drink unhealthy things to destroy your diet?

A recent study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition compared drink intake and studied changes in body weight over a range of ages of 25 to 79 for both men and women. When subjects cut calories by 100 calories from their Diet liquid, they lose more weight than when they had in the form of food to cut 100 calories. This means that you know how many calories you drink?

Here are some "dangerous" drinks to use with healthy alternatives, which will help you get less calories (and better nutrition) along with the drinks to fix.

Dangerous Drink # 1: Soda
Sometimes our body craves sugar and often, we answer to binge drinking soda instead of picking a healthy alternative to the call. Sugar is one of the main reasons soda is unhealthy (and calories), especially when you want to lose weight. It is filled with empty heat. On average, a 12 ounce contains more than 110 calories and 8-10 teaspoons of sugar! Another problem is caffeine, which is administered as a diuretic to a dehydrated body. Even eating dietary soda can be detrimental to weight loss; artificial sweeteners can make you yearn for more candy, which may undermine your efforts to eat healthier.
Rescue drink: Serzer or soda
Instead of soft drinks, try some, but there is still no lack of refreshing to carbonize your love, but no added sweeteners. Swap out soda or soda or spices, soda and lemon or lime slices. This drink can help you add moisture and will not leave your taste buds asking for more sugar.

Dangerous drink # 2: Fancy coffee
Believe it or not, your cup is really good for your health. When adults eat moderate amounts of coffee and do not mix with sugar and add butter, they can help reduce their risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, and the like. On the other side, when you choose the coffee caramel coffee, not just some calories sneak into your daily calorie allowance. Even seemingly innocent mix of iced coffee can have nearly 200 calories, which is one of the low calorie coffee drinks. Fancy coffee drinks are a typical example of how calories can be stacked in a liquid.

If you start a new day with Joe's regular cup, be careful how you dress it up. Sugar and creamer is not without calories, so use as little as possible. If you take your coffee with three sugars and two creamers, you add about 100 calories and 3.5 grams of fat.

Rescue drink: pure coffee
Enjoy a moderate amount (no more than two cups a day) of coffee can be part of a healthy diet. Try a low-fat or fat-free creamer to add a satisfying cream to your morning Java. Slowly taper the use of your sugar and cream and add flavor to the flavored coffee beans without calories. Adjusting your taste buds may take some time, but it is worth it.

Hazardous drink # 3: Alcohol
When you want to lose weight and get healthy your social life should not dry up. You can even go out and have fun with friends if you're smart about your choices. A good rule is to avoid frozen drinks like Marguerite, Daiquiris and Pinea's Empire. These beverages have enough calories to make a meal, and they are rarely made with any real fruit; they usually contain corn syrup and artificial flavors. A 10-ounce iced fruit juice rum is close to 550 calories without cherries, pineapples or other decorations. And worst of all, it is hard to stop in only one! When drinking, your willpower often slips, making it all the more difficult to resist unhealthy food.
Rescue beverages: "Alcohol cocktails" or light cocktails
When to choose what to drink when drinking, choose light beer, dry wine or spirits and soda water instead of sugar beverages mixed drinks. Even better, choose sodas and juices of carbonated, festive and low-calorie beverages splash. You can save money and heat, you will not worry about not being able to drive. Often drink a glass of water between alcoholic beverages and when you hold a party or party, offer a low calorie drink for your guests. To view a few of SparkPeople's recommendations for a diet-friendly alcohol

Dangerous drink # 4: Milkshake
Milkshakes are sold as beverages, but these fast-food restaurants and ice-cream parlors can not deceive anyone. They drink desserts instead of healthy drinks. Of course they contain calcium because of all the milk, but they also have enough fat and sugar. But do not use yogurt as seemingly healthy ingredients made of shakes. They are still milkshakes. A large milk shake from a fast food restaurant can contain more than 700 calories. If you want to treat yourself, let the smallest size and jump like a creamer.
Rescue beverages: fruit juice
Juice is a healthy and delicious alternative to milkshakes as long as you know what's happening to your smoothies. If you are mixing at home with smoothies, mix with low fat yogurt ice, skim milk or soy milk as well as any fruit you like. If you are in an ice cream shop or restaurant, do not hesitate to ask what is smoothie and modify it as needed. The smoothies joints tend to heat up excessively high amounts of protein powder and unnecessary heat on the pile of additional ingredients. The second option is to choose freshly squeezed vegetables or fruit juices, which are often sold along with smoothies.

Dangerous drink # 5: whole milk
Milk is a nutrient-rich drink, but the full-fat version is high in calories and fat. Whole milk, which is often calorie-free in a cup of calories per cup 91 for skimmed milk compared to the labeled "Vitamin A & D Milk" measures in. While whole milk is delicious, you can get the same health benefits with less calories. Before you get down to three cups a day, consider a lighter version.
Rescue beverages: skimmed milk or low-fat milk
Defatted and low-fat milk provides the same amount of essential vitamins and minerals than whole milk. If you do not like the taste of milk (or can not tolerate it), choose low-calorie chocolate milk or calcium fortified non-dairy milk, such as soy, rice or almond milk.
Dangerous Drink # 6: Sweet Tea
Until recently, you could not find sweet tea above the Mason-Dixon line. Now this sweet southern drink is ubiquitous, and even the country's fast-food restaurants offer it. While it may be tasty, all the sugar counteracts the antioxidant properties of tea. Sweet tea in a bottle or a cup can contain up to four tablespoons of sugar! In order to save your teeth and look at your weight, be sure to replace the sugar loading option with a few sugars that are far less sugar.
Rescue beverages: no sugar or mild sweet tea
All the sugars in sweet tea can spike your blood sugar and make you feel exhausted. If you are used to sweet tea, slowly reduce the amount of sugar you use. Your taste buds will adapt. On the contrary, ordinary black tea, taste or green tea. Mango ginger green tea, mint tea or Wan Chai tea are all delicious choices that require little or no sweetener. We often rely on the taste of sugar, but in its absence, you can taste the subtlety of your drink.

Dangerous Drink # 7: "Juice" Drinks

You've given up on soda and switched to healthier drinks. When you stop at the convenience store or fill your cup in soda water, you choose the fruit juice - after all, it is made from fruit and must be healthy to be proud of yourself. Do not. Most fruit juices contain a little more than artificial flavors, corn syrup and water (also known as empty calories). All these health benefits are touted by the fancy tag? They are derived from added ingredients and supplemented with vitamins, rather than from the healthy fruit or juice cocktail itself.
Rescue drink: 100% juice
When you reach the juice, make sure it is 100% real juice. Vegetable juice is your best bet because it is packed with vitamins and minerals and contains far less sugar, less calories than juice. As for the juice to go, 100% pomegranate juice and blueberry juice are two good choices for healthy doses of antioxidants. Try using soda water to cut calories and sugar, these diluted juice. With scent and sweetness, they're like healthy sodas! For vitamin C to counter the block of nasty colds, try one of the lowest calorie juices per pound of grapefruit juice, which you will find, or cranberry juice (just make sure it's not a juice "cocktail"). Whenever you can choose whole fruit juices get more fiber and satiety.
The final winner EVERY TIME: Water!

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