Some healthy substitutes for coffee include green tea, kombucha tea, coconut water and apple cider. These drinks can be served hot or iced and provide some benefits, such as fewer calories and less or no caffeine. More »

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Harvard School of Public Health states that the healthiest way to quench one's thirst is by drinking water. Coffee and tea are also healthy options without any added sweeteners. Alcoholic beverages should be consumed in ... More »

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Healthy foods to eat are typically those closest to their natural states, such as fresh fruits, vegetables and lean meats. Eat in moderation, and eat a balanced diet of foods from different groups. More »

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According to WebMD as of February 2015, one to two tablespoons mixed in a large glass of water will help to lose weight. Eating healthy and exercising in addition will help one to lose weight. More »

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Apple cider vinegar helps with controlling diabetes and blood sugar levels, according to WebMD. Cider vinegar's antiglycemic effect is similar to certain medications that control blood sugar in that it blocks some starch... More »

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Apple cider vinegar is purported to hinder the body's absorption of starches, reports WebMD, but the issue is controversial in the medical community. While Dr. Carol Johnston believes apple cider vinegar has clear anti-g... More »

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Apple cider vinegar may help diabetics maintain their blood glucose levels by lowering the glycemic level of food in the digestive tract, WebMD reports. It also is used to boost the body's ability to fight off infection,... More »

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