Friday 07 July, 2017 0 Comments

Ben Warren's nationwide tour: The Hormone Secret

For many of us, alcohol is a very ingrained aspect of our lives. It's available at work, dinner parties, brunch, events, bars, family catch ups, watching sports and the list goes on. 

However, that leaves a big gap for many of the expectant, mum's, new mum's and everyone else that is looking to reduce their alcohol intake and support their health. 

This week on the blog we're looking at how alcohol affects our body and managing the expectations of others if you choose not to drink.

As an alternative option to an alcoholic beverage, many of us at the BePure office enjoy kombucha mocktails. There are many recipes available online but this is our favourite combination. It's delicious and easy to throw together during work happy hour or when you have guests over. This recipe serves one.    

 

BePure Kombucha Recipe

BePure Kombucha Mocktail Recipe 

Ingredients

  • 150ml plain or ginger flavoured kombucha
  • 100ml sparkling mineral water or unflavoured soda water
  • 1 sprig of mint
  • Juice of 1 lime (lemon works well if you don’t have limes) 


To garnish

  • 1 Tbsp of berries (fresh or frozen)  
  • 2 slices of ginger 


Method

  1. Place the kombucha, mineral water, mint and lime in a tall glass with ice. Muddle to mix the flavours. 
  2. Add garnishes of choice and enjoy!

If you have a go, let us know! Tag us @bepurebenwarren in your Instagram pictures or use the #bepurebenwarren for your chance to be featured. 

 

Ben Warren presents
'The Hormone Secret'

The Hormone Secret, presented by Ben Warren

Have stubborn weight that just won't budge, energy slumps, painful PMS or menopause issues? Join Ben Warren as he shares the secret role hormones play in your health, why our modern world is working against healthy female hormones and how to naturally heal your hormones and bring them back to balance. This is information every woman needs to know. Learn more and register here. 

Disclaimer: This blog post is for educational purposes only. It is not designed to diagnose, treat or cure. We are all unique, for your individual health concerns it is important to discuss these with a BePure Clinical Consultant or relevant health professional.





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