Soda consumption is associated with an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, gout, and even premature mortality.
However, many cranberry cocktails contain as much added sugar as other fruit drinks.
Choose only vegetable-based juices and combine them with fat and protein to maintain stable blood sugar levels.
Alcohol consumption influences the entire body, and its systems such as the immune system, and can cause damage to internal organs such as the brain, heart, and liver.
Milk has recently received a negative reputation, but it is actually quite nutrient-dense, containing protein, bone-building calcium, and vitamin D.
Unfortunately, sugar-sweetened beverages, such as lemonade, are associated with insulin resistance and blood sugar increases.
They typically have caramel-flavored syrups, followed by a few pumps of a sugary flavoring, and then toppings such as whipped cream, caramel, or chocolate drizzle
Choosing diet soda over ordinary soda does not automatically make it healthier.
This southern staple has the term "sweet" in its name, which is a dead giveaway that is loaded with sugar, with some bottled varieties containing as much as 48 grams per bottle.
An orange-flavored drink typically consists of water, added sugar/syrup, and artificial flavors that make it look and taste like citrus.
Ginger beer does not contain alcohol, but it still contains a great deal of saccharine.
While bubble tea, or boba, can be an enjoyable beverage due to the variety of flavors and tapioca pearls at the bottom.