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Healthy Starbucks Drinks That Taste GOOD

By May 2, 2017Eat, Nutrition

First I drink the coffee, then I do the things.

Ordering drinks at Starbucks can be tricky. When you’re trying to stay fit, hidden sugars and fat in your morning coffee can hinder your goals without you even knowing it. So, with the summer rolling around and the temperatures rising, here are some great tasting, HEALTHY drink options that your tastebuds will love: 

1. Matcha Iced Water

If you want to try this, just ask for 1 scoop of Matcha powder in a cup of iced water. Since there are only two ingredients in this drink, it is low calorie and has no hidden additives. Plus, it’s under $1.00

 

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2. Purple Drink

While aesthetically pleasing, this concoction from the Starbucks Secret Menu has antioxidant packed blackberries in it.  Ask for almond milk or coconut milk and no extra syrup to not only sound like a Starbucks regular, but to create a tasty, healthier treat!

 

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 3. Pink Drink

Just like the Purple Drink, the Pink Drink almost looks too pretty to consume. Inspired by Brittany Dawn Fitness, order unsweetened Passion Tango Tea with coconut milk (that’s it!) when you pull up to the drive through window and you’ll have an Instagram worthy drink!

 

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4. Plain Iced Coffee

If all else fails, there’s nothing like a good cup of iced black coffee. Starbucks usually has Stevia and almond milk that you can add if you don’t like the taste of plain coffee. However, coffee lovers know that sometimes, all you really need is coffee. P.S. it is an excellent pre-workout, too!

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Author Rebecca Paul

Becca Paul is a Freshman at The George Washington University in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. She has a passion for fitness and for helping others. She is currently studying to become an ACE certified personal trainer.

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