What Can I Drink on a Whole30 Diet?

What Can I Drink on a Whole30 Diet?

What can I drink on a Whole30 Diet?

What Can I Drink During a Whole30 Diet?

If you are doing a Whole30 diet, you might feel like you can only drink plain, boring water, but that’s not the case. There are several functional, delicious and even adventurous options you can take advantage of during a Whole30 - including some Zest Energy Beverages.

First of All, What is Whole30? Whole30 is a nutritional program that works by eliminating certain foods that might be having a negative impact on your body for 30 days and then reintroducing them into your diet. The eliminated foods include dairy, added sugar, alcohol, grains, legumes and sulfites. This means no cream and sugar in coffee, no sugary energy drinks or soda, and no alcohol at the bars.


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Have Something Sweet with Coconut Water

During a Whole30, you might find yourself missing your favorite sugary beverages, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have anything sweet. When you find yourself in a moment of need, treat your sweet tooth with the subtle and refreshing sweetness of coconut water (and maybe a pep talk too). The taste of coconut water can vary greatly from brand to brand, so try a few in order to find one you like.

Caffeinate with Zest Tea

Coffee without sugar and cream might be the drink of choice for some, but if you think it’s disgusting, you aren’t alone. Tea might be lighter and taste better unsweetened than coffee does, but it often doesn’t have comparable caffeine levels. If you are looking for a caffeinated alternative to black coffee on a Whole30 diet, try Zest Tea. These teas have as much caffeine as coffee (about 3x what tea would normally have), but the amino acids in Zest help create a steady alertness - instead of the jitters and crash associated with coffee. It comes in unique flavors including Pomegranate Mojito and Cinnamon Apple, so it’s a great source of energy and variety for anyone doing a Whole30 diet.

Psst. If you want to try something caffeine-free, you can drink our herbal Immunity and Sleep teas too!

Enjoy Some Bubbles with Sparkling Water

Soda drinkers doing a Whole30 diet may find themselves missing the carbonated bite of soda in addition to the sugar it has. Similarly, beer and champagne drinkers might miss more than just the alcohol of their preferred beverages. If you’re looking for a little something extra without the sugar or alcohol, treat yourself to some sparkling water. Sparkling water comes in variety of flavors too, making for a nice break from plain water.

Get Funky with Kombucha

Kombucha is a drink made from fermented tea. It’s a bit fizzy, a bit tangy and can have a hint of sweetness. If you are bored of having just water, this is sure to mix things up. Kombucha can come in many different flavors too, so there’s lots of things to try. Remember to check the labels to confirm there is no added sugar. A bit of added fruit juice on the ingredients list is allowed during a Whole30 diet.

Try Something New

When you first start a Whole30 diet, it might feel like you can’t drink anything except for bland and boring water or bitter black coffee, but there are actually quite a few delicious and functional choices out there that you might have never tried if you hadn’t given up the sugary energy drinks and frappuccinos. So go out there and try something new. It might be your new favorite drink!

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