From the perspective of adding water, pure water is the most “original”. As long as it is qualified drinking water, it can meet the requirements. Any water that goes beyond “replenishment water” and claims to have a specific function is flickering, such as “magnetized water”, “small molecule water”, “oxygen-rich water”, “mineral water”…the actual water contains some minerals, Flavor and taste will have a certain effect. Therefore, pure water, tap water and mineral water may have a certain difference in drinking. However, this difference is basically only the sensory experience, and the nutritional significance is negligible. The waters that claim to be “from XX, drinking health all year round” are just psychological superiority that “I have money and live finer than others”.
The “good” water is basically tasteless. Tea and coffee are drinks that make the water taste good. In pure tea and coffee, nutrients are so negligible, so they are “no calories, tasteful” drinks. Among those flavor substances, there are more antioxidants and other plant secondary metabolites, which theoretically have some positive effects on human health. However, those effects are often shown in cell experiments or animal experiments, and there is no solid scientific evidence in the human body. Everyone may wish to look at the attitude of “telling better than nothing” – although it is good, it does not affect drinking.
However, most people who are pure coffee can’t enjoy it, and often add sugar or coffee mate, which becomes a “sugar-and-fat beverage” – the so-called “healthy value of coffee”, which is also to be increased sugar and fat. Offset. Chinese traditional tea drinking methods are pure tea, but now the rise of “ice black tea” “ice green tea” adds a lot of sugar, while “milk tea” “tea drink” just borrows a little tea flavor, it can be regarded as “hanging The teacup sells sugar water.”
Juice is a beverage with nutrition as a selling point. Juice marketing often calls for “a cup of juice containing the essence of XX fruit” – all the nutrients in pure juice come from fruits, and it seems to make sense to call them “essences”, so this is not entirely true. Fudge. However, it is still playing with word games – fruit to juice, vitamins and sugar are basically left, but dietary fiber and many minerals are lost, equivalent to the concentration of sugar. A good juice, the sugar content is often more than 10% – although it is “pure natural sugar”, but the impact on health is the same. Many nutrition experts are very disgusted with juice, which is why.
In general, juice is a “good decent” drink. However, the unsweetened “fresh juice”, the flavor is not always said to be so good, often with some bitter taste or sweet and sour is not coordinated. Optimized for the taste of most people, it is also a variety of “juice drinks”, “milk drinks”, “carbonated drinks” and so on. Their sugar and acid are harmful to health, leaving only “good”. The herbal teas in the popular market, although they use “traditional” and “health” as their selling points, are actually a class with them.
In short, the goal of drinking a drink should be to understand thirst and hydration. Water is the most direct and effective and economical; pure tea and pure coffee increase the flavor without increasing calories, and there are some health values that are better than nothing; carbonated drinks, juice drinks, milk drinks, tea drinks, herbal teas are “conceptual syrup” However, as for pure juice, it is much better than these drinks, but the high sugar content is still vigilant.