Eat Clean. Drink Clean.

“The soul of eating clean is consuming food the way nature delivered it, or as close to it as possible. It is not a diet; it’s a lifestyle approach to food and its preparation, leading to an improved life – one meal at a time.” The Clean Eating Team

Exactly a year ago Megan Rabbitt of wrote a piece entitled “8 cocktails you can drink all night and not get fat”. What she questioned in this piece is why are we eating clean and not drinking clean? We go to the extent of changing our lifestyles, living cleaner and healthier. But what is the point of eating clean if invisibly your drink choices are chipping away at your healthy habits. Mixed drinks are some of the most inherently un-clean foods. They contain sky high douses of sugar and calorie counts, not to mention the toxic load they put on your liver. However yogis like to get a buzz too. We needed a spa drink for boozy people!

In 2013, Cliffton Dry was the first to market product aimed at satisfying health and fitness consumers’ needs for a paired drink that is naturally refreshing, clean, and sustainable. While alcohol may not have the healthiest associations, that doesn’t mean that we can’t be more conscious about the drinks that we are putting into our bodies. I think it’s safe to say that when you eat clean, you feel good. So why can’t you feel the same when you drink clean?

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