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By Shanan Kelley

Brand Ambassador

You’ve heard it a million times: drinking sugary sodas and caffeine-laced energy drinks aren’t good for you. But what can you replace those not-so-healthy options with once you’ve finally kicked the habit? Give these healthy beverages a try — they taste great and pack a nutritious punch. 

KeVita Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic These tangy, low-sugar probiotic-rich water kefir tonics boast 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, which has been shown to improve digestion and supercharge weight loss. 
DRAM Apothecary DRAM sparkling beverages combine gut-friendly botanicals and stress-busting adaptogens with 25 mg of CBD to fight inflammation, provide immunity support and banish anxiety. 
Humm Zero Probiotic Kombucha This sparkling, gut-friendly fermented tea from Bend, Oregon, contains a healthy dose of vitamin B, but without the high sugar content of regular kombuchas. 
SkinTē Sparkling, brightly flavored teas with 3,000 mg of consciously sourced collagen and powerhouse botanicals like horsetail and nettle for a hair, skin and nail-beauty boost in a can.  
OLIPOP These fizzy soda alternatives are packed with prebiotics, botanicals and 9 g of plant fiber (you read that right). Root beer that’s good for your microbiome? We’re in. 
Culina Kefir Creamy, delicious, adorably packaged and plant-based. These drinkable yogurts come in yummy flavors like Salted Caramel Espresso, Pina Colada and Passion Fruit and are filled with gut-boosting probiotics. 
Mela Watermelon Water Mela is chock-full of antioxidants, electrolytes and L-citrulline, an amino acid that helps athletic recovery. A great alternative to soda or coconut water with no added sugar. 
Riff Energy + Immunity Made from cascara, the oft-wasted byproduct of coffee beans, this carbon-neutral sparkling beverage is loaded with vitamin C, antioxidants, clean caffeine and only pure ingredients. 

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