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Healthy Beverages for 2015

By Vendela Martin

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2015 is here and with a new year comes all of the resolutions that are sure to go along with it. Weight-loss, diet and improved eating habits are always at the top of the list, but often forgotten is changing what you drink along with what you eat. Beverages can add calories and ingredients that you might not pay attention to as closely as those of what you eat, so Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together some tips and beverages that you can take advantage of in 2015.

The words energy and drink have become synonymous in recent years. That isn’t always a good thing, calories and sugar and who knows what else comes in these usually carbonated drinks, which leads us to our favorite new drink in this area, HYDRIVE Energy Water. HYDRIVE Energy Water offers you a great alternative to those heavy drinks that fill store shelves. HYDRIVE is non-carbonated and light, just light drinking a flavored water while giving you that energy boost you need to start your day or to keep you going in the afternoon. HYDRIVE provides you with as much caffeine as a cup of coffee while only containing 30 calories to go along with 200% DV of vitamin B6 and 100% DV of vitamins B3, B5, B12. While those other drinks generally leave you with a weird aftertaste, HYDRIVE just gives you great flavors such as; Blue Raspberry, Kiwi Strawberry, Citrus Burst, Grape Fusion and more. When HYDRIVE puts a flavor on a bottle, you are really going to taste that flavor. For more information visit HYDRIVE.

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The majority of your immune system lives in your stomach and that has keyed the probiotic revolution in recent years. Probiotics are not new, but they have become more mainstream recently and the big question is why did it take so long? Probiotics support immune and digestive health and due to the combination of poor diet, medications, stress, environmental toxins and chemicals, the typical digestive tract is not in optimal condition these days. Probiotics can counteract these negative effects and they tastiest and easiest way to get your probiotics is drinking KeVita® Sparkling Probiotic Drinks.

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KeVita® Sparkling Probiotic Drinks are a great low-calorie drink that contains four strains of live probiotic and comes in flavors such as mango coconut, pomegranate and strawberry acai coconut. KeVita® also recently added a line of handcrafted Master Brew Kombucha drinks as well as cleansing probiotic tonics that are certified organic and non-GMO, low calorie, vegan, and dairy, lactose, and gluten free. The KeVita® line of drinks is definitely are pick for a healthy and low calorie beverage that will also do wonders for your digestive system.

A new drink that came in 2014 that is great for a workout or as an alternative to a cup of coffee to help start your day is ON Powered Refreshment beverage. ON is the first and only U.S. beverage to feature ornithine, an amino acid and also contains caffeine from tealeaf extract (equivalent to a cup of black tea) and B vitamins. ON received GRAS status in October of 2013 and is more than an energy or sports drink, it is a science-backed, tested ingredients that produce real, health-focused benefits. Not to mention it comes it great tasting and refreshing flavors that include; Blueberry Lemonade, Tropical Citrus, Dragonfruit Tangerine, Peach Mango and Raspberry Limeade.

For those of you who are like the concept of Vitamin Water, but want a flavored water that actually provides nutrients, Fluro Water is the drink that actually not only hydrates you but it also provides you with 14 essential nutrients. Fluro Water was initially developed to said those in dire situations who needed not only clear water, but proper nutrition as well. The idea worked so well that Fluro Water was brought to everyday people and with flavors such as; Dark Cherry, Macoun Apple, Watermelon Raspberry and Kiwi Cucumber to go along with no sugar or preservatives, this drink was a hit!

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Published on Jan 07, 2015

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