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Everything your need to know about the DASH Diet

Dash Diet Beverages

Finding the right Dash Diet beverages are easy as there are so many healthier options these days and they can be to your acquired taste, drink what you enjoy in a non caloric form, here is a selection of healthy options that may quench your thirst.

Water

Water is the best solution for when you are really thirsty and it is recommend you drink up to 8 glasses per day. Food with high water content tends to look larger, its higher volume requires more chewing, and it is absorbed more slowly by the body, which helps you feel full. Water-rich foods include fruits, vegetables, broth-based soups, oatmeal, and beans.

Coffee

The best option to help you reduce the calorie intake when your on the Dash Diet is to drink the Americano coffee- that is an espresso and water which is only 1 calorie or a plain 8 oz. cup of brewed black coffee which is only 2 calories, it sounds kind of boring, but it’s when you start putting in your favorite ingredients is when you start adding up the calories, so get rid of that sweet tooth, it may be hard for the first few days, but it will benefit your health long term.

Tea

There are many health benefits of drinking herbal tea, tea regulates blood sugar levels by slowing the rate that sugar enters the body.

Smoothies

There are some great Dash Diet Smoothie recipes to enjoy, take a look at some of the breakfast smoothie combinations,

Turmeric has so many benefits, it has been around for centuries and recent studies have shown to help prevent Alzheimer’s, Arthritis and some forms of cancer, so check out several Turmeric beverages to help you get your daily does of turmeric in your diet.

Margaritas

Margaritas are generally high in calories, but here are some “Skinny Margarita” recipes for you to enjoy while you are on your Dash diet. See why the Kombucha Tequila Cocktail is healthy for you.

Spicy Bloody Mary

Spicy Bloody Mary’s have tobasco in them and Tobasco has capsaicin, this boosts your metabolism. Capsaicin is the compound that gives chili peppers their spicy kick and creates enough heat to raise your body temperature, which helps you burn more calories.

Cheers!

 

 

 

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