These sips may benefit your health goals if you are trying to manage chronic inflammation.
Green tea possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Avoid adding too much sugar to your green tea, since it might cause persistent inflammation.
Dietitians recommend EatingWell as the top nutrient for lowering blood pressure. Despite its negative reputation, 100% orange juice includes natural sugars and vitamins C and thiamin, unlike sodas.
This fruit contains polyphenols, which may reduce inflammation. Pomegranate (and its juice) polyphenol punicalagin has anti-inflammatory properties. Pomegranate juice lowers blood pressure, which may be enough to have you drink it.
For chronic inflammation, a blended drink of watercress, spinach, kale, or any leafy green vegetable is great.
This modest root plant yields a vivid scarlet juice when squeezed. It's rich in betalains (betanin) and nitrates, making it nutritious.
Dairy milk does not cause chronic inflammation and may even reduce it. Choose a dairy drink without additional sweeteners. Chocolate- and vanilla-flavored milks are tasty but high in sugar.