10 Drinks You Should Never Have After Dinner, and Why

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Drinking these drinks after dinner is a bad idea.

Thankfully, many drink myths have been put to rest, and consumers are getting better at knowing which beverages are healthy. Whether it be your favorite store-bought fruit juice or a tasty can of cola, research has shown that many drinks are best avoided.

 

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It’s been concluded that if you’re not drinking water or another completely natural liquid, you’re not doing your body any favors. Believe it or not, even though it’s never good to drink something unhealthy, there’s one time of the day that’s the absolute worst time to do so: after dinner.

Sometimes, putting your feet up and sipping on a nice, cold beverage after an evening meal sounds utterly appetizing. But have you ever thought of how drinking a sugary drink will affect you before bed? Unfortunately, there are a lot of liquids that will damage your body and widen your waistline literally overnight.

Take a look at our roundup of drinks that we believe you should never drink after dinner.

This article was originally published on August 10, 2015.

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