Best 7  Beachbody Recovery Drink Alternatives

When Beachbody released their new recovery drink, the Shakeology, they had a lot of success. The shake is packed with nutrients and it tastes great! But, as we all know, not everyone can afford to spend $140 on a single item. This article will go over some of the best alternatives that are available for those who want to continue their Beachbody workouts but don’t have access to a Beachbody recovery drink.

Here Are The 7 Best Beachbody Recovery Drink Alternatives

1. Coconut water

2. Ginger tea

3. Green teaย 

4. Almond milkย 

5. Kombuchaย 

6. Rice milk

7. Kefir

Coconut Water

Coconut Water

Coconut water is a great alternative to Beachbody recovery drink. It contains electrolytes and potassium, which are necessary for the body after an intense workout session. Coconut water also has vitamins C, E, B-complex and A that your body needs during the post-workout process. The only downside to coconut water would be its taste because it can have a distinct coconut flavour but this can easily be remedied by adding fruit!

Benefits Of Coconut Water

1. Coconut water is rich in potassium, magnesium and calcium

2. It has a high level of natural sugar which provides energy for the body

3. It contains vitamins B6, C and E that are essential for maintaining healthy skin

4. Coconut water can be used as an alternative to milk or other drinks when you have a cold or sore throat because it has anti-inflammatory properties

5. The fibre content in coconut water helps with digestion by breaking down food particles so they’re easier to absorb into the bloodstream 

6. Coconut water is also low in calories making it a good choice if you’re trying to lose weight.

Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea

One of the best ways to cure a sore throat is by drinking ginger tea. To make this, you’ll need:

– Fresh ginger root (for one cup)

– Water (unsweetened)

– Honey or sugar for taste (optional).

There are two methods that can be used to prepare the drink. The first involves infusing fresh ginger in hot water and then adding honey or sugar if desired. This method takes over ten minutes because it requires boiling water before pouring it onto the chopped pieces of ginger which have been placed on a spoon across the top of a mug with holes drilled into its rim so they stick out above the liquid line inside. It’s important not to pour too much hot water onto your ginger or else it may overpower the rest of the drink.

The second method can be done in a few minutes but means you’ll need to use dried ginger which has been reconstituted by boiling water and straining out any remaining pieces. To make this, but one cup of unsweetened tea into a mug before adding about three tablespoons of dried ginger (or fresh if available). Next, pour hot boiled water onto your spices until they are floating at the top then allow them to infuse for five minutes before stirring in honey or sugar as desired. The only downside with this is that some people find that drinking too much liquid on an empty stomach doesn’t feel good so bear that in mind when making up your own batch!

Benefits Of Ginger Tea

1. Ginger tea can help with nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, morning sickness, and motion sickness

2. Ginger tea is a natural remedy for colds and sore throats

3. Ginger tea helps to relieve pain from arthritis or menstrual cramps

4. Ginger tea may be helpful in the prevention of cancerous cells from growing 

5. Drinking ginger tea regularly may help reduce high blood pressure 

6. Drinking ginger tea on a regular basis may also reduce cholesterol levels in your body.

Green Tea 

Green Tea

Green tea contains a higher amount of antioxidants than other teas, so it is an excellent addition to any diet. This antioxidant property can help support your weight loss efforts by protecting cells from free radical damage. One study found that green tea extract could reduce body fat mass and increase fat oxidation rates in overweight adults who consumed one gram per day for 12 weeks.

Benefits Of Green tea 

1. Green tea is a natural antioxidant that can help fight free radicals in the body and reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and other diseases. 

2. It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties which may be helpful for people with arthritis or asthma. 

3. Drinking green tea regularly can also help you lose weight by boosting your metabolism and suppressing your appetite so you don’t need as many calories to feel full. 

4. Green tea contains caffeine which provides energy without the crash associated with coffee or other caffeinated beverages like soda or energy drinks – it’s a healthier alternative!

5) There are many different varieties of green tea available including matcha (powdered), sencha (steamed), genmaicha (toasted rice), houjicha (roasted), jasmine, rooibos, oolong, white peony…the list goes on! You’re sure to find one that suits your tastes!

6) If you’re not a fan of drinking hot beverages but still want all these benefits then try adding some green tea extract to water instead – just make sure it doesn’t contain any sugar because this will negate its health benefits.

Almond Milk 

Almond Milk

Almond milk is a great option for those who are lactose intolerant or vegan. You can easily find almond milk in stores, but it’s also fairly easy to make at home and there are many different varieties you can enjoy! Almonds provide protein as well as calcium, vitamin E, magnesium and potassium (plus lots of other vitamins), so this is an excellent choice if you want something that provides plenty of nutrients without any additional sugar – plus consuming almonds has been shown to help lower cholesterol levels too!

You can use almond milk just like regular cow’s milk – simply substitute the type when following recipes. Additionally, because it usually contains very little fat content it makes a fantastic alternative in lattes/cappuccinos etc.

Benefits Of Almond Milk 

1. Almond milk is a great substitute for dairy milk because it’s lactose-free and has no cholesterol

2. It also contains more calcium than cow’s milk, which can help strengthen your bones

3. Almond milk is low in calories and high in protein, making it the perfect drink to replace sugary drinks like soda or juice

4. Almond milk doesn’t have any saturated fat or cholesterol, so you don’t need to worry about clogging your arteries with this healthy alternative 

5. You can make almond milk at home by soaking almonds overnight in water and then blending them together with some other ingredients such as vanilla extract, honey or maple syrup, cinnamon sticks, cloves, nutmeg etc., depending on what flavour you want 

6. If you’re allergic to nuts but still want the benefits of almond milk without having to go through all that trouble of making it yourself – there are plenty of brands out there that offer almond-flavoured soy milk!

Kombucha 

Kombucha

Kombucha is a fermented tea that contains probiotics, which are great for your gut health. It also has some natural caffeine in it so it can give you an energy and mood boost- perfect after a workout!

There are many different flavours of kombucha available on the market today, but we recommend sticking to black or green teas as they taste better than fruit flavoured or sweetened variations. Kombuchas with added fruit will have more sugar content and artificial ingredients like preservatives, colours etc., whereas pure healthy versions are just brewed with water, sugar (whatever amount desired), a bacteria culture starter called “SCOBY” and tea leaves.

Benefits Of Kombucha 

1. Kombucha is a fermented tea that has been around for centuries

2. It’s made from sugar, water, and yeast

3. The fermentation process creates probiotics that are good for your gut health

4. Kombucha can help with digestion and weight loss because of the probiotics it contains 

5. There are many different flavours to choose from including ginger-mint, strawberry-lemonade, and grapefruit-ginger 

6. You can brew your own kombucha at home or buy it in stores like Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s

Rice Milk

Rice Milk

Rice milk is made from cooked rice and water, then mixed with a natural sweetener like maple syrup or cane sugar. It’s usually enriched with vitamins A and D as well as calcium for added nutrition. Rice milk has less fat than skimmed cowโ€™s milk so it contains fewer calories too.

Benefits Of Rice Milk

1. Rice milk is a great alternative to dairy

2. It is lactose-free and gluten-free

3. It has more calcium than cow’s milk

4. Rice milk contains no cholesterol or saturated fat, making it healthier for people with high blood pressure or heart disease 

5. There are many flavours of rice milk available, including vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and plain white rice milk 

6. Rice milk can be used in cooking as an ingredient in recipes that call for cow’s milk (such as baking).

Kefir

Kefir

Kefir is a fermented milk drink that has been around since the early 1800s. It’s made from cow, goat or sheepโ€™s milk and contains high levels of lactic-acid bacteria which are naturally occurring in dairy products.

Benefits Of Kefir

1. Kefir is a fermented milk product that has been around for centuries and is now making its way into the Western diet

2. The fermentation process of kefir produces probiotics, which are beneficial to gut health

3. Kefir can be used as an alternative to yogurt or other dairy products in recipes such as smoothies, sauces, dips, and dressings

4. It’s possible to make your own kefir at home by using a starter culture like this one from Cultures for Health 

5. You can also buy ready-to-drink versions of kefirs like these ones from Lifeway Foods 

6. If you’re not sure where to start with incorporating kefir into your diet, try adding it to breakfast cereals or oatmeal.