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Soda stream Mocktail recipes are fun for kids and adults

With summer officially here, ensuring the kids are fully hydrated needs to be a top priority, yet 72% of Brits are still consuming less than the recommended daily amount of two litres of water. Instead, often turning to sugar and additive laden shop bought drinks, for adults and children.

Healthy hydration doesn’t have to be boring, and Sodastream have been working with an influential healthier eating expert, Lizzie King (Lizzie Loves Healthy Family Food), pictured below, to create a range of delicious additive, refined sugar, better for you hydrating mocktails - and cocktails for mums & dads, for the whole family this summer. By being sparkling water based, and mixed with fresh fruits, Lizzie’s recipes offer something for everyone, with hydration at the heart.

SodaStream recently polled 2,500 people and found that lemon topped the list of the nation's favourite fruit to add to water, with a third of the votes (33%), closely followed by strawberry (27%) and lime (26%). It’s time the nation got a little more creative!

Baby Bellini

Serves 2
2 peaches
1 tsp Honey
drop Vanilla
Sparkling water

Watermelon Mint Muddle
Serves 2
¼ watermelon
4 fresh mint leaves
100 ml sparkling water
Blend the watermelon with 2 mint leaves and an ice cube. Serve over ice with a top up of fizzy water

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As NHS guidance notes that a high sugar diet can contribute to obesity and lead to an increased risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke, a new infographic has been released revealing the sugar content in your child’s favourite breakfast foods.

The graphic, from AXA PPP healthcare  reveals that many British children could be consuming nearly 10 sugar cubes each morning.The healthcare provider suggests eating no more than 30g of sugar per day (for those 11 and over) for a healthy, balanced diet, and looking at the wider nutritional value of foods (e.g. fat content) in addition to sugar.

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