Beverages are processed liquids for drinking, which can be roughly divided into the following categories: tea, coffee, alcoholic beverages, soy and milk beverages, fruit and vegetable juices, and carbonated beverages. These types of beverages are described below in terms of their nutritional benefits.
Tea is a drink with a long history in my country. Like other foods, it contains nutrients such as vitamins, proteins, amino acids, lipids, sugars and minerals, and has high nutritional value to the human body; tea also contains some health benefits for the human body. and medicinal components, such as tea polyphenols, caffeine, lipopolysaccharides, etc.
Coffee is an imported product with a bitter taste but a special aroma. People who often work overtime and stay up late often use it to refresh their minds.Alcohol is a typical drink that is less healthy and more harmful, because after all, it is mainly composed of ethanol, and ethanol does not have much benefit to the human body.
The main representative foods of soy and dairy beverages are soy milk and milk. Both soy milk and milk are beverages with high nutritional value. Milk is a good source of protein, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, niacin and vitamin D. , of which the protein content can reach 3%; soy milk is a good source of protein, vitamin B1, niacin and various trace elements, and the protein content can reach 2.5%.
Pure fruit juice is a good source of vitamin C and many minerals, and also contains a certain amount of sugar. Drinking more fresh fruit and vegetable juices is good for your health. Moreover, freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices have also become popular in the market.
Regarding carbonated beverages, they contain a large amount of carbon dioxide, and a sufficient amount of carbon dioxide can play a role in sterilization and bacteriostasis in beverages, and can also take away heat in the body through evaporation, which can effectively relieve summer heat and quench thirst. However, it is recommended to drink carbonated beverages occasionally after exercising, but not often.