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5 healthy soda substitutes

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The convenience and taste of soda are just two reasons why people tend to reach for them, and a recent research shows that among soda drinkers are not only adults, but also among children as well.

A Yale University Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity study found that a majority of Americans know that soda is "bad for them". But despite this, a Gallup poll reveals that 48 percent of surveyed Americans drink soda on a daily basis- with the average daily intake over 3 cans per day.

Ali Holman from Corecamper.com shows you 5 soda alternatives that you can easily implement into your daily consumption to get that fix.


With a SodaStream home soda maker and over 60 delicious regular, diet and caffeine-free sodamix flavors to choose from, you'll enjoy freshly made, great tasting soda that fits your health and diet. Regular flavors contain no high-fructose corn syrup, and diet flavors are sweetened with Splenda® brand sweetener, not aspartame.

Homemade Fruit Waters:

1. Lemon with mint

2. Lemon and raspberry with mint

3. Lime and blackberry with thyme

4. Grapefruit and strawberry with pomegranate seeds

5. Lemon and strawberry with basil

6. Lime and raspberry

Slice citrus into rounds. Leave all berries except strawberries whole. Halve the strawberries.

Layer in mason jars in the following order: citrus, berry, herbs (if applicable).

Top with cold water. Chill in fridge overnight.

CoreCamper Cleanse:

7 days straight

1 Jug Distilled Water, One lemon sliced & squeezed in water, 1 cup brewed Dandelion Root tea (Yogi Detox Tea brewed with root), 1-2 tbsp 100% Cranberry Juice

Homemade Sunkist:

Mix Orange Juice and Pelligrino

...and for that caffeine fix:

Green Tea

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