Water, Vitamins, & Minerals in it
Water is the only essential beverage. It is contained in food but must also be provided by beverages. It represents 60 to 70% of body mass. It is a significant source of minerals and transports various substances in the body. There are several water whose mineral composition varies.
Soft drinks (sodas, lemonades, fruit juices, chocolate drinks) contain a quantity of sugar not negligible. For information: a glass of cola 25 cl contains the equivalent of 4 pieces of sugar or more. Some drinks have no sugar added, this does not mean they do not contain sugar but only the sugar content in fruit used. Drinks obtained directly from fruits are rich in vitamins.
Drinks are obtained either from the pressed fruit or from fruit concentrate, that is to say a powder of dried fruits which can then reconstruct a drink by adding water. These blended drinks are rich in sugars and intake of vitamins is necessary because they were destroyed during processing.
Drinks based on vegetables are often rich in vitamins. They come from the vegetable itself but can also be enriched.