Are you thinking of having a dry January, if so what do you drink? Many soft drinks are high in sugar so I recommend Fevertree Naturally Light Tonics, or sparkling water with added fruit, or a squash without sweeteners and preservatives, such as Rocks or Belvoir. Kombucha which is a fermented drink is good for your gut, and coconut water is good for balancing electrolytes (something to bear in mind if you have been drinking)
If you want a grown up drink, here are some tasty alcohol free alternatives
Alcohol Free G &T
If you love gin but hate headaches, try creating a non-alcoholic version by infusing water with aromatics.
- Bring about three cups of water (750ml), 3 tbsp crushed juniper berries, a few cardamom pods, lemon peel and a little black tea to the boil.
- Cool, then strain and mix with tonic and lime.
Mulled cleanse drink
- Dilute unsweetened cranberry juice with a ratio of 3 parts water to 1 part cranberry juice.
- Add ½ teaspoon of ginger and cinnamon and simmer for 10 minutes
- Allow to cool to room temperature.
- Add the juice of 3 oranges and 3 lemons and stir. Sweeten with a little Stevia or maple syrup
- Sip slowly