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Healthy Drinks

Thirsty? Here are four healthy options you’ll feel good about gulping.

By Live Naturally Staff

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zicoZico Natural 100% Coconut Water

Each 16.9-ounce bottle of Zico’s coconut water is full of naturally occurring electrolytes, including as much potassium as one banana (a whopping 1,010 mg), plus magnesium, sodium, calcium and phosphorus—making it a perfect choice post-exercise. Try other flavors, too: watermelon raspberry, pineapple and chocolate.

80 calories per bottle / 0g added sugar

aloAlo Pulp Free Allure Mangosteen + Mango 

Aloe vera…in a drink? This natural plant and its juice deliver nutritional benefits, from supporting the immune and digestive systems to lowering cholesterol and blood sugar. Mixed with real fruits, like mangosteen and mango, Alo’s aloe vera juice creates a flavor that is crisp and refreshing, while providing key nutrients such as fiber and vitamin C. Available in a variety of flavors, both with and without aloe vera pulp—to satisfy your texture preference.

70 calories per bottle / 18g sugar

baiBai Antioxidant Infusion Ipanema Pomegranate

Named after the Mandarin word for “pure,” Bai drinks are made from “coffee fruit,” the outer shell of a coffee bean that is usually thrown away. This fruit contains healthy antioxidants such as vitamin C, plus a bit of caffeine (equal to a cup of green tea). Blended with natural juices, like pomegranate, and sweeteners, such as stevia, Bai’s low-calorie, all-natural antioxidant infusions come in a range of flavors.

10 calories per bottle / 2g sugar

simple-truthSimple Truth Kombucha Blueberry Grape

A healthier alternative to soda—with less than a third of the sugar and calories, plus probiotics to aid digestion and boost immunity—this fizzy, flavorful kombucha is certified organic and GMO-free. Ingredients include purified water, organic kombucha from organic black tea, organic sugar, active cultures, and organic blueberry and Concord grape juices. Available in a variety of flavors, including grapefruit, raspberry hibiscus and blueberry ginger.

80 calories per bottle / 16g sugar

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