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Cocktail of the week: Beet Mojito

This week, I’m seeing red. But forget the cranberry and tomato juices, I want beets! Bartenders are easily bored with classic cocktails and ingredients, and this is where beets come in: the deep red and sweet-yet-earthy vegetable is available year-round, and is packed with numerous health benefits. Drinking doesn’t always have to be bad for you!
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Eating Unhealthy and How to Break the Habit!

Stay Hydrated Water is the main tool that everyone needs. Studies have also shown that drinking water can lower the risk of certain cancers and it flush out toxins that can cause diseases. Water is also beneficial our appearance. Good old’ H2O moisturizes our skin, giving it a healthy glow. It is also one of the best tools that you can use if you are shred those extra pounds. Water increases your metabolism and decreases appetite. Often when we think we’re hungry, we are actually thirsty. It is suggested that you should drink water with every meal, between each meal, and before, during and after a workout. There is no evidence to support the recommendation to drink 8 glasses of water a day. It is recommended by the Institute of Medicine that on average, men should have roughly 3 liters (about 13 cups) and women should have 2.2 liters (about 9 cups) a day.
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