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Dry January, anyone? Cutting out alcohol from your diet has numerous health benefits ranging from weight loss due to eliminating excess calories and sugar, improving your immune system, and giving your hardworking liver a much-needed break, giving this vital organ more time to break down toxins and metabolize fats. Luckily, there are plenty of delicious alcohol-free options to your favorite celebratory drinks, so you can ring in the New Year with a healthy lifestyle change that’s fun and tasty to maintain.
Mocktail Club – Manhattan Berry
Blackberries, ginger, and pear shrub make this ready-to-drink classic cocktail explode with flavor, and it’s a full 100 calories less than its whiskey counterpart. Organic blackberry juice, organic agave nectar, apple cider vinegar, and decaffeinated tea all blend together to balance the sweet and tart tastes while providing antioxidants and prebiotics to improve your gut health and boost your immune system. Cheers to that!
Vejo – Piña Strawberry
A piña colada without the kick, this pod-based smoothie blend offers the same tropical delight as a blended piña colada without any alcohol. The pods are packed with natural ingredients like organic pineapples, mangoes, bananas, and strawberries, so it doubles as a healthy snack after a refreshing yoga class. And, each pod has 25mg of vitamin C which boosts the immune system, which makes it excellent in the middle of winter.
Mingle Sparkling Mocktails – Cranberry Cosmo
Bring the excitement of the city to your living room. The crisp and citrusy notes that are familiar in your go-to sparkling water pair with the classic flavors of cranberry and lime juice in a Cosmopolitan to form this delicious mocktail. And, it’s made with all-natural vegan ingredients without any artificial sweeteners. That’s something to celebrate.
Fauxmosa – Alcohol-Free Mimosa
Brunch just got better. These cans have the same bubbly taste of a mimosa, but thanks to ingredients like real grapes, fruit juice, adaptogens, and botanical flavors, you’ll get the fizzy sensation of a mimosa without the champagne headache. Hibiscus, lemon, mint, raspberry, and holy basil combine with the fruit juice to offer a truly refreshing drink. And at only 100 calories, you don’t have to consider it a treat.
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