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Summer refreshing non-alcoholic cocktails

It’s summer! The heat, thousands of cars and the air in the city, which is not so clean, make us dream more often about the cool breeze and endless blue beauty of the sea … Unfortunately, there are at least 10 days before our long waited vacation, so we have to think how to “survive” the last summer days in the city, putting all forces and resources that we have got.
A good first step in this initiative is hydration. We know it’s good to drink at least two liters of water per day, but if you want to diversify this rule and break the routine into the day, we offer you to try the preparation of different tasty and refreshing summer cocktails. The recipes are completely healthy, alcohol-free, white sugar- free and there aren’t any artificial colors, so you can drink them even at your workplace. Because of the ingredients, these cocktails are not only refreshing and very tasty, they also have beneficial effect, which gives you energy for the whole day. Enjoy them!

Soft Raspberry Mojito
Necessary products:
a handful of fresh raspberries
5-6 mint leaves
1 tablespoon grenadine
2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
1/2 cup soda
2 tablespoons brown sugar

Method of preparation:
In a tall glass, add brown sugar and lime. Start mash using a press for cocktail if you do not have one, use the handle of a kitchen knife or a wooden rolling pin. Add the raspberries and mint leaves and continue to mix products for 1 minute, until combined well. Another method of preparation is putting all of the ingredients in a kitchen robot, and mix them for 2 minutes.
Fill glass with ice and add sparkling water. Stir well and enjoy!

Raspberries- They are extremely useful for the skin and help for the weight loss because they don’t contain a large amount of fruit sugar and calories. They increase immunity and are one of the most powerful antioxidants. They contain vitamin C, carotene, calcium, iron, copper, iodine, zinc, and folic acid. Only 200 g raspberries provide the required daily dose of vitamin C.

Watermelon lemonade
Necessary products:
quarter watermelon
few mint leaves
half a lemon
1 liter of soda water

Method of preparation:
Cool well the watermelon in the refrigerator, then remove the seeds and cut the watermelon into small pieces. Put it in a blender with honey, mint leaves and lemon juice, till you have a homogeneous mixture. Put the ready mixture at high cups and top up with cold soda water, then mix well. If you do not want the beverage to be carbonated, you can use mineral water. Don’t forget to put 4-5 ice cubes.

Watermelon is rich in vitamin C, potassium and fiber. It contains vitamins A, B1, B2, as well as manganese, iron and magnesium. Watermelon is useful in anemia, because it stimulates the formation of blood. It is also useful for gout, arthritis, rheumatism, gastritis and gastric ulcer.

Ginger lemonade
Necessary products
150 grams shredded ginger
1 lemon
4 tablespoons brown sugar or molasses
1 liter soda

Method of preparation:
Put the ginger and chopped and peeled lemon in a blender. Add 300 ml. mineral water and mix to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Add sugar or molasses and beat again. Finally, add the carbonated water and add a few ice cubes and mint leaves (optional).

Ginger is extremely useful for improving metabolism and strengthening of the immune system, thanks to the high concentration of vitamin C, vitamin A and C, zinc, calcium, iodine and natural antibiotics, ginger strengthens the body and makes us more resistant to various kinds of diseases. Regular consumption of ginger can normalize the level of cholesterol and blood sugar and stimulates brain activity. Ginger root improves all cognitive functions and helps maintain good memory.

Melon bomb
Necessary products
melon – 600 g
orange juice – 300 ml freshly squeezed
salt – 1 pinch
sugar – 1 tsp brown or agave, molasses
ginger – 1 piece of fresh about 30g

Method of preparation:

Clean the seeds and rind of 1 small melon. Then chopped it into s small pieces and put it in a blender.Top up orange juice, a pinch of salt and brown sugar, and one cut and peeled piece of ginger (about the size of your thumb)
Blend the mixture to absolute smoothness. Pour into a jug,and leave in the refrigerator for 2 hours. Serve with a few ice cubes.

Melon contains vitamins of group B, without which the body can not function. With their help, it transfer the consumed food into energy. Moreover, it improves cardiac function. Because of the content of vitamin C and potassium, this fruit helps for reducing “harmful” cholesterol.

Blueberry lemonade
Necessary products:
1 1/2 cup blueberries
1 liter of soda water
1 bunch mint
5 tablespoons brown sugar, molasses or agave

Method of preparation:
Put the blueberries and mint in a blender and mix until you get a homogeneous mixture. Add the sugar and beat again. Add soda and ice just before serving and mix well.
Blueberries are the small blue pearls of nature. In addition they are antioxidant, and are also rich in vitamin C and fiber that are important for the proper functioning of the various systems in our body. Blueberries improve vision, but when it comes to weight loss, studies show that if the diet attend many blueberries will significantly reduce abdominal fat. In addition, the fruit contains carbohydrates that help you feel full for a longer time

Peach summer
Necessary products:
peaches – 2. peeled
orange juice 1 liter
lime juice 2
ice – crushed
mint – leaves for decoration

Method of preparation:
Cut the peeled peaches and place in blender with the other ingredients. Mix them well, for about 2 minutes The finished mixture pour into tall glasses. Put some mint leaves and add ice cubes before serving.
Peach stops inflammatory processes in the body, which are the cause of most diseases. Moreover, the consumption of peaches stops the process of histamine release in the blood that cause allergic reactions.

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