How to make Natural Iced Tea (Fruity Sangria Mixed Drink Recipe)
By Natalie Gilday
1 Cup of Pop a day increases your chances of type 2 diabetes by 50%, why not try a refreshing Iced Tea instead!
Enjoy staying hydrated in the heat with no regret or added weight gain...
The Dietitians of Canada published a report in 2014 that recommends men get 12 cups of fluid per day and women 9 cups. Not all of this fluid has to be water, the report encourages up to 4 cups of tea a day. It is advised that less than 10% of your daily caloric intake come from your beverages, making natural iced teas the obvious choice in comparison to canned iced tea with as much as 34 grams of added sugar. You can try any tea iced, however green teas & fruity infusions seem to always go over well, even with kids. Try mixing half juice and half iced tea for children who are getting too much sugar in their diets.
Hydration is also found in fruits and vegetables, so if you have been really good and are properly hydrated, why not mix a bit of your favourite merlot or vodka with one our teas to cut down on the sugar content of mixed drinks while indulging.