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Some Great Drinks May Be Unknown to You

By Tom Herrin

Doing everything possible to keep ourselves healthy is something that many of us do.  This surely includes exercise, but it also should include what we eat and drink.  Choosing the right foods may be a bit easier than finding the best drinks.  When in doubt, many of us return to the old faithful water.  It is my favorite anyway, but there are times in which I would like to have a drink with a little more flavor.  When we sift through the things we want to avoid, our list is sometimes limited.  If we look in the right places, though, we may be able to find a pretty good selection.

Pomegranate Has Been Around

Many of us have eaten pomegranate, but we may not have even considered drinking it as a juice.  It has some fairly well proven properties.  According to one study, it may help prevent memory loss.  Another indicated that it may lower cholesterol and improve blood pressure.  It has its fair share of vitamins as well as fiber that can help with our digestion.  If you have never tried the juice, you may be pleasantly surprised when you do.

Is Lemon Water on Your List?

When I was younger, it seemed like every time we ate at a restaurant, they served us water with a slice of lemon in it.  I never really understood, but now I realize that it is a really healthy drink.  It has Vitamin C and is thought to boost the immune system.  Many consider it to be a good natural diuretic.  It is always a good thirst-quencher even if you have to add sugar and make lemonade.  

Simple Flavors Added to Water May Be a Hit

When I begin feeling that I may have been drinking too many drinks with things in them that are not so good for me, I make a point to move to water with added flavors.  Most restaurants have a great many varieties that may be added.  If that doesn't work for you, the drinks can be made at home.  Even if I stray away from fruit and choose chocolate or vanilla, they are not so bad.  The fact is there are lots of fruit flavors that can make a good drink.  My favorite is lime and strawberry, but my wife prefers to add pineapple.  Choose for yourself, and make a special drink.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Red Oak, Tex.

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