What can I drink on Ignite?

  • I'm literally addicted to Diet Pepsi and it's going to be my major weakness on this plan. I usually drink water at work and I'm trying to stick to water when I go home, but it's hard. When I drink coffee there's usually cream and sugar and I really don't like the taste of tea. So, that said, what can I drink? I had a Vitamin Water Zero today and I read the label and it looked ok. I just can't live on only water, I might go crazy.

    jaxschommer   by: jaxschommer
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    KateHough  about 2 years ago by: KateHough

    It's great that you are trying to change your hydration habits! (I almost wrote 'drinking habits', but that means something else entirely!).

    Try adding coconut creamer or vanilla almond milk to your coffee. Almond mik has a milder flavor.

    Also, if you want to have flavor in your water, try keeping a pitcher in your refrigerator of water infused with cucumber, orange, lemon, or lime slices. It helps add a zing to your water without adding artificial flavors.

    • jaxschommer
      jaxschommer 10 months ago

      Thanks for the advice! I have the unsweetened vanilla almond Silk, but it made my coffee taste awful. I've been doing some research and I'm going to see what my options are. I hate the thought of losing my morning coffee :(

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    evammentorp  about 2 years ago by: evammentorp

    Not entirely sure if this is acceptable or not, but I found some sodas in the natural foods section of my grocery store that are stevia-based. So, the only sugar in them is stevia, not artificial or anything. They have all sorts of kinds. This is helping me get used to it because I was a Sprite a day type of person.

    • scvb13
      scvb13 10 months ago

      Yes I believe it is ok.

    • jaxschommer
      jaxschommer 10 months ago

      I need to know if Stevia is ok on Ignite. If it is, I'm totally searching for those sodas!

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