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Is Soda Possibly Healthy?

Is soda ever truly beneficial for you? That’s a question that many people ask themselves when they see claims on cans and bottles at the grocery store or gas station. But are these claims actually accurate? Functional beverages, as they are called in the drink industry, often contain ingredients that were once only found in supplements or herbal teas.

Probiotics and prebiotics have become popular additions to many cold drinks, such as Culture Pop Probiotic Soda, Wild Berries & Lime, which Consumer Reports testers found to have a well-balanced sweet and tart flavor without any sugar substitutes. However, Consumer Reports’ Amy Keating warns that drinks with probiotics may not offer the same benefits as foods like yogurt and kimchi, which have a wider variety of bacteria and other healthy compounds.

Green juices have become increasingly popular as a convenient way to get vitamins and minerals in your diet. Suja Organic Cold-Pressed Mighty Dozen is one such example. However, it is important to note that green juices should not replace vegetables entirely. Consumer Reports recommends choosing green juices with vegetables as the main ingredient to get the most nutritional benefit.

Drinks marketed as stress-relievers could be a tasty non-alcoholic alternative to wine or cocktails, but their calming effects are not guaranteed to be significant. Recess Infused Sparkling Water Mood Raspberry Lemon and Droplet Sparkling Self-Care Beverage Pretty Balanced are two examples of such drinks.

When it comes to energy drinks, newer options like Aspire, Celsius, and Clean contain “natural” sources of caffeine with no chemical differences. However, it is important to check for added sugars, sodium, and other ingredients that may not be beneficial for your health in any type of drink.

In most cases, people can get enough electrolytes from food; however, there are exceptions. If you’re exercising for longer than an hour or in hot humid conditions or if you’re experiencing diarrhea or vomiting an electrolyte drink may be beneficial to help replenish lost electrolytes

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