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No Sugar! 22 Low-carb Drinks To Quench Your Thirst

No Sugar! 22 Low-carb Drinks To Quench Your Thirst

Ahhhh….cool and refreshing drinks are just what you need for the summer! There’s nothing quite like having fun in the sun while enjoying an ice-cold beverage. But how can we do that without overloading on sugar and carbs? Look no further than this splendid list of sugar-free, low-carb, thirst-quenching drinks! There is a wide variety of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, so no matter the occasion there is a refreshing beverage for you. If you’re looking for smoothie ideas, you won’t find them on this list. However, we just did a Smoothie Roundup recently that you might be interested in, which is also great for summertime (and pretty much any time!). BECOME A FAT BURNING MACHINE WITH ME SUGAR-FREE LOW-CARB DRINKS TO QUENCH YOUR THIRST Any of the cold drinks on this list would be great with Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides. Add it in for a more balanced approach to refreshment. Beat the heat with this refreshing thirst-quencher! Not only does it help combat the “boring” taste of plain water, but it is also super simple. In less than 5 minutes, you could have this ready to go to keep up with all of your summer activities. Say WHAT? Yes. Yes, I said bacon tea. Don’t judge before you try this novelty of a beverage. Check it out for yourself and let us know how you liked it! Blast off into summer with this caffeinated goodness! It’s got caffeine, yumminess, and it’s sugar-free. Enjoy! Whatcha doin’? Sippin’ my matcha…that’s what. A great caffeine alternative if coffee makes you feel jittery. Raise your hand if your guilty pleasure is…soda (you might call it pop, coke, or soft drink, but there’s no judgment here). Okay, you can put your hands down…and raise them up again in excitement because here is a delicious low carb recipe that allows Continue reading >>

18 Keto Snacks: Full Of Healthy Fats + Delicious

18 Keto Snacks: Full Of Healthy Fats + Delicious

A keto lifestyle can seem like a dream come true. Not only do keto diet benefits range from weight loss to cancer prevention, but it emphasizes high-fat and protein-rich foods. A diet that encourages rather than vilifies fat? Sign me up! But all fat isn’t created equal. While our bodies love healthy fats like avocados and coconut oil, a keto diet doesn’t mean just eating anything that’s high in fat — you still want good-for-you foods. My compilation of low-carb snacks is a great starting point but, if you want specific keto snacks, I’ve just got the keto recipes for you. These keto diet snacks rely on my food list and are just what you need when you find yourself hungry between meals. Whether you’re flirting with a keto diet or are already a pro, you’ll love munching on these healthy snacks. 18 Keto Snacks 1. Avocado Deviled Eggs Deviled eggs get a bad rep because they’re usually made with heaps of commercially made mayonnaise, which is loaded with canola and vegetable oils. Hello, GMOs! These deviled eggs, on the other hand, rely on benefit-rich avocado to get that creamy texture without unnecessary ingredients. With seasonings like cumin and chili powder along with fresh cilantro, you’ll love taking these on the go. 2. Blackberry Nut Fat Bombs Heart-healthy macadamia nuts make up the “crust” of these blackberry fat bombs. They’re full of coconut oil and coconut butter, plus a bit of soft cheese and blackberries for natural sweetness. With no baking required, these keto snacks are super easy to make. 3. Buffalo Keto Chicken Tenders The low-carb “breading” on these tenders produces a crispy exterior just like your favorite restaurant chicken tenders. You’ll first dip each chicken piece in an egg-and-cream wash, then dip it into seasoned alm Continue reading >>

Keto Sugar Free Low Carb Baileys Irish Coffee

Keto Sugar Free Low Carb Baileys Irish Coffee

Ketoers are very aware of alcoholic drinks being loaded with carbs. But fear not, my friends. I have created a super-duper, taste-a-like, look-a-like, yummy drink for you to enjoy just in time for the Christmas festivities. My Keto Sugar Free Low Carb Baileys Irish Coffee is an Irish Whiskey take with a Baileys flavour to die for. I know what you’re all thinking…Baileys? No-can-do ma’am! Well you’d be absolutely right. A standard 50ml measure contains no less than 12.5g carbs!!!! As delicious as it is, if you want to stay in ketosis, you must keep away from Baileys! But this is a KETO recipe, so the original Baileys Irish Cream is nowhere in sight. It WILL, however, taste like it. And that’s the crucial thing, right? How to drink alcohol the keto sensible way. Alcohol is toxic for the liver. And that’s a fact. However, it appears (by association, I may add, not by causation) that moderate wine consumption (no more than 1-2 glasses a day) could actually be beneficial, thanks to the polyphenols it contains. Furthermore, it may be a myth that only red wine has cardiovascular protective qualities, as some studies have highlighted the same benefits in white wine. Finally, with regards to carbs, there is further good news: as long as you choose a glass of dry red or white, the CARBS WILL BE MINIMAL. Sweeter wines, like rosés and dessert wines contain more residual sugars, hence they are higher in carbs – best avoided. Distilled Spirits (liquor) have been fermented enough for the sugars to have vanished. So they have ZERO CARBS. None the less, it isn’t a green light for you to go and get plastered. I only drink on special occasions, so I’m certainly no expert, but I hear that it isn’t a good idea to drink on keto. Apparently, ketosis and weight loss tend t Continue reading >>

50+ Best Low-carb Summer Drinks

50+ Best Low-carb Summer Drinks

Summer has finally arrived! To get you ready for the hot summer days, we've put together over 50 amazing drinks from the KetoDiet Blog and our favourite low-carb bloggers. These beverages will help you beat the heat of the summer season and make an excellent addition to any summer cocktail party or even a family day on the beach. 3 free diet plans to help you kickstart your diet, lose weight and get healthy Recipes, giveaways and exclusive deals delivered directly to your inbox A chance to win the KetoDiet app every week Berry & Fruit Drinks Strawberry-Basil Lemonade from DJ Foodie Naturally Sweetened Strawberry Lemonade from Sugar-Free Mom Sugar-free Berry Chia Fresca from Ditch the Carbs Raspberry Limeade from All Day I Dream About Food - my absolute favourite, I make it every summer! Mint-Lime Cooler from Paleo OMG - substitute honey with a low-carb sweetener Sugar-Free Copycat Chick-Fil-A Frozen Lemonade from Sugar-Free Mom Soda & Fizzy Drinks French Soda from Keto Adapted Tea Soda from Healthful Pursuit Low-carb Elderberry Syrup from I Breathe, I'm Hungry - use it to make elderberry soda! Sparkling Raspberry Limeade Mocktail from Low Carb Yum Shake & Lassi Low-Carb Coconut Lime Coolers from All Day I Dream About Food Orange Ginger Lassi from Low-Carb, So Simple Almond Orange Blossom Lassi from Low-Carb, So Simple Sweet Lassi from DJ Foodie Ice Tea, Coffee & More Strawberry & Lemon Infused Tea from Tasteaholics Low-Carb Sweet Tea Lemonade from All Day I Dream About Food Green Tea Lemonade from Healthful Pursuit Herbal Bulletproof Coffee from The Nourished Caveman Cold Brew Coffee with Cream from Tasteaholics Sugar-Free Vanilla Bean Frappuccino from Sugar-Free Mom Homemade Tigernut Milk from KetoDiet blog Homemade Coconut Milk from KetoDiet blog Alcoholic Drinks Froz Continue reading >>

Keto Drinks: What Is Safe To Drink On The Ketogenic Diet?

Keto Drinks: What Is Safe To Drink On The Ketogenic Diet?

We talk a lot about keto foods here, but today, it is all about the drinks! When it comes to drinks on keto, plain old water is king. However, sometimes you might want something else to enjoy with meals or as a nice refreshment. So, let’s look at what is safe to drink on the ketogenic diet, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Non-Alcoholic Drinks Here are some options for every day drinks during the week or the weekend: Coffee Drinks Many people turn to coffee for extra alertness. Is it okay on keto? Yes! It can even be helpful if you’re new to ketosis or beginning intermittent fasting and experience tiredness at first. Just be careful what you add to it. Some coffee ideas include: Plain ole’ black. Enjoy drip, espresso, cold brew, aeropress, iced, etc. as black as coal for all the caffeine without anything added. With milk. Add a splash of unsweetened full-fat dairy, almond milk, or coconut milk to your morning cup or combine with espresso for a no-sugar, low-carb latte. “Bulletproof” coffee. Created by Dave Asprey, Bulletproof coffee includes some special ingredients, but you can easily make your own simpler version at home. Add a good fat source from MCT oil or powder, coconut oil, or grass-fed butter to your coffee and blend. This can be a great option first thing in the morning because you’re getting easily digestible fats that continue the fat burning from your overnight fast, giving you a nice jolt of energy. Plenty of variation options too when it comes to keto coffee. Like those sugar-laden pumpkin spice lattes? Add some spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves to fancy it up even more. Want a healthy keto mocha? Add some coconut oil and unsweetened cocoa powder for a creamy, chocolatey treat. Tea Drinks Most teas have virtually no carbs, so they are Continue reading >>

Quick Tips For Low Carb Drinks

Quick Tips For Low Carb Drinks

Many people believe that adherence to a ketogenic diet means avoiding alcohol altogether. Ketogenic.com does not condone the consumption of alcohol and while it may be true that strict ketogenic dieting may entail refraining from alcohol, the everyday ketogenic connoisseur not following the diet for therapeutic reasons may choose to occasionally enjoy low carb drinks. It is interesting to point out that alcohol itself can actually be ketogenic! In short, ethanol (alcohol) is broken down in the liver to acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-coA), free acetate, or broken down through various condensation reactions. As we know, acetyl-CoA can either be utilized in the Krebs Cycle, used for ketogenesis, or to produce ketone bodies, acetoacetate (AcAc), or in peripheral blood increases about 20 times the normal level when ethanol is present; n (1)! Along with the rise of acetate, we also see a considerable increase in AcAc and BHB (2). While it is true that alcohol consumption could result in ketogenesis, Ketogenic.com certainly does not condone this method of inducing ketosis for obvious reasons. I know what you’re thinking… you didn’t click on this article to read about the biochemistry of alcohol metabolism – and if you did – check back soon for a much more detailed article on this topic and the science behind alcohol! Odds are you came here to learn how to have low carb drinks while remaining in ketosis. The main thing to remember when drinking is alcohol does contain calories – approximately 7 calories per gram. More importantly to the ketogenic dieter, most alcohols contain a significant amount of carbohydrates, which can not only blunt fat metabolism but also prevent ketogenesis from occurring (3,4,5). It goes without saying that it is critical to always drink respons Continue reading >>

How To Order Low Carb / Keto At Starbucks And 10 Low Carb Starbucks Copycat Recipes

How To Order Low Carb / Keto At Starbucks And 10 Low Carb Starbucks Copycat Recipes

Have you ever stood in line, gazing at their menu board and feeling a little lost as to how to order low carb / keto at Starbucks and still get something yummy? Well those days are over. This post will give you several options that will leave you feeling satisfied. Being born and raised in Washington State, just outside of Seattle, Starbucks is a staple. It is part of our landscape. It’s just something we do. I am surprised it is not used as a verb yet – like Facebooking, googling or tweeting. Friend -“Hey, what are you up to tomorrow?” Me – “Oh you know, just Starbucking” You could say that Seattle is the coffee capital of the U.S. The city of Seattle has the greatest concentration of coffee houses in the country. The original Starbucks opened in 1971 in the Pike Place Market and has been iconic to this area ever since. Have you ever tried to visit the original Starbucks during the summer? Due to Starbucks cult like following and the fact that it is at the market, there is a line through the entire store and down the side walk outside. It seems like almost everyone in the world is there at the same time. Now, it is rare to travel anywhere and not see a Starbucks. People will get up early to grab it before work. They will wait in long lines, pre-order through their app, and even fork over cash they really don’t have for a cup of that delicious bean juice. So the big question on every low carbers mind is “Do I have to give up my daily Starbucks to maintain my low carb, ketogenic lifestyle?” The answer is NO!! Well then how do you order low carb / keto at Starbucks? You just have to get creative with your ordering. Don’t be too shy to ask for exactly what you want. You are handing over your hard earned money and paying a premium to go to Starbucks, v Continue reading >>

Zevia – Zero Calorie Drinks

Zevia – Zero Calorie Drinks

zevia.com $1.50/Can 0g fat/Serving 0g net carbs/Serving Prior to starting keto I had a major diet soda addiction. It started with my first low-fat diet when I was 13 years old. You know what they say…start em’ early and their hooked for life! I needed a sweet replacement and diet pop was my preferred drug of choice. I tried to quit soda so many times but I would be miserable, headachey and awful towards anyone unfortunate enough to be around me. Eventually, I would break down and I would cycle back into my old habits. I don’t even want to think of the problems future me is going to have because of 20 years of daily aspartame ingestion. Ew. Anyways the point of that little window into my life is really to tell you about Zevia. I am proud to say that I am no longer a diet soda junky and it really is because of Zevia. I was able to get over the worst part of my diet soda addiction with their great tasting soft drinks and slowly wean myself down. Zevia has a huge selection of beverages. With over 14 different flavors of soda to choose from, there’s something for every occasion! I was even at a wedding this summer and I brought my own cases of stevia with me and asked the bartender to use them to mix my drinks that night. It was awesome! Whether you’re an occasional soda sipper or a die-hard junky like I was I know you’re going to love the refreshing, bubbly flavors of Zevia zero calorie beverages. They also have brand new sparkling waters and energy drinks! They’re zero calories and made with stevia. Find them here! As always, thank you for supporting companies who use sugar responsibly. Zevia Zero Calorie Soda’s were featured in our November 2017 Keto Krate. If you’d like to receive a new selection of Keto friendly snacks to your doorstep each month–Sig Continue reading >>

Alcohol On A Low Carb, Keto Diet!

Alcohol On A Low Carb, Keto Diet!

For years, I’ve read countless dieting books that prohibited me from drinking alcohol. Actually, it’s probably the first thing that many “diet gurus” say to cut out of your diet and for (somewhat) good reason. Alcohol gets a bad reputation because it’s basically empty calories. In an ideal world, sure. I’ll give up alcohol to lose weight. But let’s get serious. I’m 23 years old and I very much enjoy a tasty alcoholic beverage (or 5) and a wild night out on the town with my friends. The beauty of a ketogenic, low carb diet is that you can still enjoy yourself from time-to-time with alcohol and still lose weight! However, there are some guidelines as to what alcohols you can enjoy and those you should avoid. Liquor On average, one shot is the equivalent to about 1.5oz and for these spirits have a nutritional value of 0 carbs and roughly 64 calories. Of course, this will vary depending on how much is actually in your beverage (order a double? Double the nutritional stats). Approved spirits on a keto, low carb diet include: Vodka (Three Olives, Absolut, Grey Goose, etc.) Rum (Captain Morgan, etc) Gin (Tanqueray, Beefeater, etc) Tequila Whiskey (Jack Daniel’s, etc.) Scotch Brandy Cognac (Hennessy, etc.) Please note that these are for the original, unflavored versions. For flavored spirits (including flavored vodkas and some dark/coconut rums), always check up on nutritional information before consuming as they often contain carbohydrates. My spirit of choice is generally a nice gin (with soda water& lime) or cognac (with diet cola). I’ve been known to drink a fair share of Hennessy. Chasers & Mixers For mixing or chasing, you have many no sugar, no calorie options Diet sodas (Coke Zero, Diet Coke, Diet Ginger Ale) Soda water Diet tonic water Seltzer water Continue reading >>

Homemade Keto Electrolyte Drink – Instant Relief Of Keto-flu Symptomes

Homemade Keto Electrolyte Drink – Instant Relief Of Keto-flu Symptomes

I’m writing this article because I feel like there it’s not given enough importance to such a meaningful subject like electrolytes in a ketogenic diet. If you are experiencing one or more symptoms from the list below and you are following a low carb/ ketogenic way of eating, you have for sure an electrolyte deficiency. Electrolytes deficiency it’s common on a super strict low carb diet. Today I’m going to show you how you can make an electrolyte drink at home that will release the “keto flu” symptoms instantly. You don’t have to spend enormous amounts of money on sports drink that are full of sugars and nasty ingredients. What are the signs of the lack of electrolytes? Weakness Tiredness Dizziness Nausea Headache Fatigue Twitching Confusion Anxiety Irritability Muscle Weakness Leg Cramps Constipation The electrolytes are sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and chloride. YES, you can get them from natural sources like avocado ( potassium), green leafy greens, mushrooms etc. For as long as you include so little carbs in your diet, you should always take care to get enough electrolytes. Otherwise, you experience the symptoms above. When you switch to a low-carb diet, your kidney switches from retaining salt to rapidly excreting it. The body is getting rid of excess water and salt, which is a good thing. From the book “The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living”: Low carb diets are natriuretic – they make the kidneys dump sodium. Sodium deficiency can cause headache, dizziness, and fatigue. With continued low carb intake and sodium restriction, at some point, your kidneys start to excrete potassium to conserve sodium. Potassium deficiency can lead to muscle cramps, cardiac dysrhythmia. It can also cause the body to lose muscle, even when there’s Continue reading >>

Vodka Mojito: Low Carb & Sugar Free [recipe]

Vodka Mojito: Low Carb & Sugar Free [recipe]

Ooh, la, la, a vodka mojito recipe! My partner and I don’t get out too often now that we have our littles at home, but we do a weekly date night in after the kiddos go to bed. We play our favorite games and enjoy a couple of keto friendly cocktails. I’m the Scrabble Queen, and he slays Cinelinx. It’s great, I get a little tipsy and boast about the time I won a spelling bee in second grade while he throws back a couple and geeks out on IMDB. It’s not the most glamorous nightlife, but we have a total blast together! Recently, we started experimenting with new cocktails during our date night. This has been so much fun, he gets all Tom Cruise-y and I get to step out of my beverage choice comfort zone. (In case you were wondering, alcohol and keto don’t have to be mutually exclusive! Check out the keto diet alcohol guide for more info.) I’ll admit, it’s been a little tricky coming up with yummy cocktails that fit into a keto diet, but we are totally getting the hang of it! And quite honestly, I think we’ve struck gold with a couple of our concoctions so far. One of my favorites has been the vodka mojito. There’s a local restaurant stationed on the waterfront nearby with fantastic happy hour specials and even more amazing cocktails. Their vodka mojito is hands down my all time favorite HH special. It’s fresh; it’s delicious, it’s boozy! It’s also packed full of carbs. We made a low carb version of the drink, and it tastes IDENTICAL! Eureka! It’s easy to make, the ingredients are simple, and it only has 2g Net Carbs. The recipe is straightforward. I promise you don’t have to be a mixologist to pull this one off. You’ll just need vodka, ice, lime juice, fresh mint, Stevia or Erythritol, a little club soda, and a desire to get tipsy. The fresh min Continue reading >>

Keto Diet And Alcohol

Keto Diet And Alcohol

The ketogenic diet is a great way to lose weight, but it is also a lifestyle change that will stay with you for life. While you won’t be eating the extremely low levels of carbs you eat while you are losing weight once you reach your goals, you will need to restrict carbs in your diet permanently to keep those results. Of course, there are some things you have to give up during the strict, initial induction phase (which makes up the first ten to twelve days of your ketogenic diet plan) that you may not want to commit to giving up for the rest of your life. A key one of these, for many people, is alcohol. How does alcohol affect ketosis? Alcohol does have an impact on weight loss through a ketogenic diet, even when you drink low carb or carb free alcoholic beverages. This is because the body can use alcohol as a source of fuel. It isn’t stored as glycogen, like carbs, so once it is burned off you will go straight back into ketosis, however this does mean you are losing some fat burning time when you drink. How much this affects your weight loss varies between individuals. Some people find their weight loss stalls if they drink anything alcoholic, whereas others find they can drink responsible amounts of wine, hard liquor or a low carb beer (they do exist) and keep losing weight. Can I drink alcohol on a Ketogenic Diet? If you enjoy alcohol then as long as you have finished induction, you can try incorporating some low carb alcoholic drinks into your ketogenic diet, and monitor the results. Some people find they can drink vodka with no problems but their weight loss stalls if they drink wine. It is a case of experimenting and seeing what works for you, and then weighing up the pros and cons of having a drink when you want to. If it is a special occasion, you might acc Continue reading >>

Alcohol On Keto Diet: (what You Should Drink And Avoid)

Alcohol On Keto Diet: (what You Should Drink And Avoid)

Do you want to start a low carb or ketogenic diet but don’t want to completely give up alcohol? Are you currently on this type of diet but want to find a way to indulge at the same time? Good news — we have the solution to both of these problems. You absolutely can enjoy the occasional adult beverage without undoing the progress you’ve made with your diet. You simply have to be aware of which alcoholic drinks are low or no carb and make wise choices. How Alcohol Affects Ketosis Before we get into how alcohol affects the body differently during a ketogenic diet, we’ll first explain what a ketogenic diet even is. Basically, a ketogenic diet calls for an individual to consume a very low number of carbohydrates while eating high amounts of fat and adequate amounts of protein. Normally, the body first turns carbs into glucose to use as energy. However, when a person follows a ketogenic diet, their body is forced into a state of ketosis, which means the body is instead breaking down fat cells into fatty acids and ketones that are used as energy. When alcohol is consumed during a low carb diet, the body will opt to burn it first rather than fat. This means that drinking alcohol will temporarily stall the ketosis process. If you’re drinking alcohol in moderation, this temporary stall in ketosis isn’t anything to worry about. However, if you’re drinking too much, you will hinder your weight loss goals. You don’t have to give up alcohol completely while you’re on a low carb diet. However, it is important to practice moderation while also being aware of the types of beverages you are consuming. Some alcoholic drinks are much lower in carbohydrates than others, and these will be the least likely to hinder your progress. So, what can you drink during a ketogenic di Continue reading >>

Ketogenic Supplements Reviews Fast & Safe Keto Products For Weight Loss

Ketogenic Supplements Reviews Fast & Safe Keto Products For Weight Loss

Ketogenic supplements are taking the world by storm and the right product can steady the balance of fats that your body needs to get your body into that state of ketosis. Those of you who have tried this form of weight loss before are probably more than aware of how hard it can be to first get your body to adapt to such a dramatic change in your daily intake of food, let alone without the help of a single exogenous ketone supplement. And the situation isn’t made any easier if you use a poor quality ketosis supplement because the wrong product may actually do you more harm than good. Bad quality ketosis supplements, have proven to lead to side-effects such as constipation and increased levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in men and women may also experience amenorrhea or other disruptions to the menstrual cycle. This is why it is really important to know what combination of compounds you are consuming, particularly while you are on this very strict diet, because the wrong balance can really mess with you in the long term. DO YOUR RESEARCH. I can't stress this point enough. This lifestyle change isn't for the faint hearted and you can't just wing it. It's a calculated exercise, which can lead to so many benefits. Check out the rest of this article so you can get up to speed, on how everything works and what powder or pill are actually out there and when you're finished go deeper and read our articles on the science behind this fascinating and our reviews on the best mix of exogenous ketone supplements out there in the market. Because without the knowledge and the right information, you'll never reach your goals and you may as well just keep eating that mash potato for dinner and club sandwich for lunch. Believe me, I stumbled onto this trend before it even blew up a Continue reading >>

Low-carb Drinks – The Best And The Worst

Low-carb Drinks – The Best And The Worst

What do you drink on low carb? What are the best options, and the most common mistakes? The quick answer: Water is perfect and zero carb, as is coffee and tea (without sugar, of course). The occasional glass of wine is fine too. Check out this visual guide for more good options, and what to definitely avoid: The numbers represent grams of net carbs per normal serving size (like what you get if you order one in a restaurant). 1 The green numbers represent decent options on low carb. Keep reading for more details below. Add a sugar cube to your coffee or tea and you add 4 grams of carbs (not good). Size does matter While sugary soda is always a bad idea on low carb, size matters. A large soft drink contains truly astonishing amounts of sugar. A small soft drink will keep you out of ketosis for a day, the large ones for more like a week… Diet soft drinks – are artificial sweeteners OK or not? Diet soft drinks come without carbs or calories. Instead, they contain artificial sweeteners like aspartame, sucralose, acesulfame K or stevia. Many people believe diet drinks are safe, as they are free from calories. However, it’s not that simple, and these non-caloric sweeteners come with their own set of problems. To start with, these sweeteners maintain sugar cravings, a disaster if you’re addicted to sweet foods. They make it harder to appreciate the natural sweetness of real food. Also, studies show that switching from diet soda to water results in weight loss, perhaps as some diet drinks can increase insulin levels (thus increasing fat storage). 2 In short, diet drinks are probably less bad than regular sugary soda. But if you can wean yourself off the sweet drinks completely and enjoy water, that’s by far the best option. Learn more Low-carb alcoholic drinks What are Continue reading >>

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