Green Tea from Aloe, Coconut Water, and Healthy Drinks Around the World (Slideshow)

Aloe, Coconut Water, and Healthy Drinks Around the World (Slideshow)

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Green Tea

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Hot or cold, this Asian tea has plenty of anti-oxidants and hydrates nearly as well as water.

Click here for our Green Tea Brewing Process recipe.

Warm Water with Lemon

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This simple concoction hydrates, detoxes and cleans the liver... everyone should have this as soon as they wake up.

Almond Milk

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Low in fat, high in minerals, vitamins, and calcium... almond milk is what really does the body good.

Water with Cucumber and Zucchini

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Cut some slices of cucumber and zucchini and allow them to soak in a pitcher of water for a few hours... their high water content and vitamins replenish the body and will make you feel refreshed.

Berry Smoothie with Chia Seeds

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Chia seeds were used by Aztec warriors on the battlefield to increase stamina, endurance, and strength. Berries pack a punch with flavor, anti-oxidants and vitamins.

Click here for our Chia Seed Smoothie recipe.

Watermelon Juice

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Originally from southern Africa, thirst-quenching watermelon fruit has a high water content — and is packed with beta-carotene, lycopene, and many vitamins.

Click here for our Watermelon Juice recipe.

Green Smoothie

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There are so many types, but I like spinach, kiwi, cilantro, and bell peppers with flax and chia seeds.... it rehydrates you in no time!

Click here for our Lean Mean Green Smoothie recipe.


Horchata

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This refreshing drink is popular in Latin America and Spain. It is made from rice, tiger nuts, or ground almonds.

Click here for our Horchata recipe.

Kombucha

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This raw, fermented, probiotic tea originated in Northeast China. It is high in amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants.

Click here for our Kombucha recipe.

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Aloe, Coconut Water, and Healthy Drinks Around the World