Nutritionist Lists Brain-Harming Beverages


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According to a 2017 research from the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics, about half of people drink sugar-sweetened beverages.


Milkshakes are a favourite treat, but the sugar and saturated fat are bad for your brain. Saturated fat, found in full-fat dairy.

Iced Coffee

Many coffee drinkers prefer sweetened coffee and tea, but drinking them without sugar will boost your antioxidant and plant-based nutrient intake.

Sports Drinks

Recovery beverages, like sports drinks, are for serious athletes. They are meant to restore fluids, carbohydrates, and protein with a 4:1 carb-to-protein ratio.

Recovery Drinks

Similar to sports drinks, recovery drinks are designed for serious athletes. They are made specifically with a 4:1 ratio of carbs to protein.

Caffeinated Energy Drinks

Red Bull, Rockstar, Monster, and other caffeinated energy drinks were created for extreme athletes or college students to remain awake, but their high sugar content.

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