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Jus/limonade. Jus à l'extracteur. Smoothie. Ice cream - milk shake. Soda - flotteurs etc. Alcool. Cafe. Chocolat chaud. Ginger Chai Warming Detox Drink. No More Junk: 6 Healthy Alternatives to Sugary Drinks. In Australia, the recommended intake of sugar for an adult is 10 teaspoons or about 40g a day.

No More Junk: 6 Healthy Alternatives to Sugary Drinks

Now tell me, when was the last time you stopped at having just over half of your 600ml (20 fl oz) bottle of Coke? 2014 UPDATE : Check out my new eBook 40+ Quick and Healthy Smoothies for nutrient-dense, refreshing, no added sugar, low sugary fruit and greens-packed smoothies, whole fruit and veg drinks, icy treats, cocktails and more! My inspiration for this post came from reading David Gillespie’s two books: Sweet Poison and Big Fat Lies over the weekend. I have a gut feeling that he is right. And while not everyone may agree with David’s research, after all “he is a lawyer, not a dietician” in the same way I am a public relations person, not a nutritionist; I don’t see much harm in swapping out a glass of Coke for a refreshing sugar-free tea with a dash of a soda water fizz. 1. Soft drinks and flavoured sodas. > Try a Fruitty Tea Soda (<1g of sugar per cup) I am seriously addicted to this. 2. Salep chaud. How To Make Natural Ginger Ale. How To Make Natural Ginger Ale It turns out that soda hasn’t always been the high fructose corn syrup and artificial flavor concoction in an aluminum can that we know today.

How To Make Natural Ginger Ale

For hundreds of years (and probably much longer) cultures around the world have made various forms of naturally fermented “sodas” from sweetened herbal teas or fruit juice mixes. These natural fermented drinks contained beneficial enzymes and probiotics to boost health and were a far cry from the unhealthy versions we have today. This version uses a fermented ginger culture to create a naturally fizzy soda! Ginger is and delicious herb that has been used in many cultures for its health-boosting Ingredients -A 1-2 inch piece of fresh ginger root, minced. For Full Recipe and Instructions Click Here: How To Make Natural Ginger Ale What else do you use ginger for? 1. “Ginger is a natural immune booster and is considered to be a “hot spice”-meaning that, when ingested, it quickly has a warming effect on the human body. 2. 3.

De l’avoine… à boire! On a tous connu, étant petits, la fameuse bouillie d’avoine… j’adorais ça… mais beaucoup sont plutôt rebutés par la consistance gluante… Tout de même, il faut reconnaître que l’avoine, ce n’est pas bon que pour les chevaux.

De l’avoine… à boire!

En parlant de chevaux, j’en ai trouvé une bien bonne. Il est dit qu’on trouvait dans le dictionnaire anglais du 18ème siècle la définition suivante “Avoine: céréale que les Ecossais consomment mais que les Anglais ne donnent qu’à leurs chevaux.” Ce à quoi les Ecossais ont répondu: “Voilà pourquoi l’Angleterre a de si bons chevaux et l’Ecosse, des hommes aussi admirables.” J’aime vraiment bien les Ecossais…. Bref, l’avoine est recommandée (sauf pour ceux qui sont intolérants au gluten), parce qu’elle est pleine de bonnes choses, notamment des minéraux, des vitamines et des fibres. Elle est couramment utilisée pour réduire le cholestérol, l’hypertension et dans les régimes amaigrissants. MAIS, MAIS, MAIS, l’eau d’avoine, il faut bien l’avouer, est remarquable.