Nutrition

10 drinks to keep you healthy and hydrated this Summer

Summer is in the air, and there’s nothing like enjoying the beautiful weather with a cool drink in hand. That’s why we’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite delicious, refreshing drink recipes that you’ll want to make all year long. From skin-healthy sips to anti-inflammatory drinks, these drinks are delicious, nutritious and easy to make. The best part? Each of these flavors have four and five star ratings, so we know you’ll find your new favorite drink, whether it’s our Cucumber Mint Spritzer or Iced Matcha Our latte.

Best For Hydration

Carson Downing

In just 5 minutes, you can drink cool summer water with this method Watermelon-Basil Agua Fresca. This refreshing mocktail contains hydrating ingredients like watermelon, perfect for the scorching heat. And the lime and basil add a delicious flavor that will keep you coming back for more.

Best For Skin Protection

Ana Cadena


Did you know that probiotics are one of the most important nutrients for skin health? Not only can they help hydrate your skin, but they can help reduce skin inflammation from skin redness caused by conditions like psoriasis, acne and rosacea. For those with sensitive skin, including probiotics in your diet can be very important during the summer months, so a refreshing drink like this. Berry-Kefir Smoothie it will help you solve your problems.

The best Mocktail

Alcohol can be included in a healthy diet when enjoyed in moderation, but for those in good health or trying to cut back on their drinking, we love this premium alcohol. Cucumber-Mint Spritzer. This drink is also simple, refreshing and delicious, making it the perfect refreshment to please guests. Grab a glass of this 4-ingredient mocktail by the pool for a perfect summer day.

Best for Inflammation

Stay hydrated and help keep inflammation at bay Ginger-Turmeric-Carrot Shoots. Thanks to the compounds gingerol in ginger and curcumin in turmeric, this drink recipe has impressive anti-inflammatory properties. These ingredients can help relieve temporary inflammation from a short-term illness or chronic inflammation from conditions like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), so make a batch ahead of time and freeze it. and that you can feel better all summer long.

Best for Power

Keiko Oikawa

For more energy, try us Iced Matcha Latte. Matcha contains caffeine, which can keep you energized and focused throughout the day. And while other types of milk and dairy have their benefits, using cow’s milk in this latte will keep you hydrated and more satisfied with its protein.

Best For Sleep

Photographer: Jennifer Causey, Food Stylist: Julian Hensarling, Prop Stylist: Christina Daley


The “Sleepy Mocktail Maiden” was not just a routine! Our brand – AKA this one Tart Cherry Night Mocktail-full of antioxidants such as polyphenols from cherry juice, which can help you sleep better. Plus, it’s cold and delicious, so we won’t be surprised if it becomes your evening ritual on long summer nights.

Best for Using Summer Fruits

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Do you have lots of lemons on your counter or in your fridge? What box of blueberries should you use? This Blueberry Lemonade perfect for such occasions. It uses two cups of blueberries and about 6 lemons so you don’t let your delicious summer fruit go to waste. It only takes 10 minutes to whip up a big batch that the whole family will love.

Best For Breakfast

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Start your morning right with this Anti-Inflammatory Breakfast Smoothie. Our assistant general manager Penelope Wall swears by this green smoothie to help keep her satisfied and fueled until lunch time. Plus, this drink will keep you cool on hot mornings ahead—and it’s easy to make ahead and store the night before!

Best For Protein

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A Chocolate-Peanut Butter Protein Shake it not only tastes like breakfast, but it is also very nutritious. Thanks to Greek yogurt and peanut butter as two of the 5 servings of this drink, this powerful shake is packed with 26 grams of protein. Protein is important for your muscle growth, bone health and energy retention, so try this protein-rich vegetarian breakfast.

Best for an Upset Stomach

If you have stomach aches or chronic bloating, there are foods and drinks that can help relieve the pain. Try us Anti-Inflammatory Golden Tonic which our readers make a “quadruple batch” because it is so good. With anti-inflammatory ingredients like green tea, turmeric, ginger and herbs along with a blend of still and sparkling water, this hydrating tonic can help keep things moving and can reduce bloating and flatulence. swelling in the body.

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