8 Healthy Beverages while wathing the India vs. Pak Cricket Match

Cricket is in the air! It is all about cricket as India takes on Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy Final. The run outs, googly’s, on drives, off breaks, square cuts, yorkers, inside-edges, and bouncers will get you all excited.
Stay hydrated, calm your nerves and enjoy the game with a few easy to make Healthy beverages recommended by Hidoc!

(1) Buttermilk (120 calories and 2 grams of fat)

Popular across the country, Buttermilk, is the sour liquid left once butter has been churned. It is essential to calm your nerves during the game. [Read recipe here]

(2) Nungu Drink (200 calories and 6 grams of fat)

If you live in a part of the world in which monsoons have yet not arrived, consider Nungu, a rose and milk syrup to beat the heat. [Read recipe here]

(3) Fruit & Lime Juices (40 calories and NO fat)

Various fruit juices (such as watermelon, orange, muskmelon, apple, and lemon) during the game can help you stay full and keep you refreshed. Furthermore, all you need is a blender and your fruit. [You can read about Hidoc recommended fruits and benefits here]

(4) Jal Jeera (40 calories and NO fat)

Refreshing drink Jal Jeera is made from powdered cumin seeds. It will assist to tone your belly post dinner during the game. Moreover, it is made from mint leaves, coriander leaves, cumin seeds (jeera), lemon juice and black salt. [Read recipe here]

(5) Sattu Drink (80 calories and 0.5 grams of fat)

Sattu is a salty Central Indian Sherbat made from roasted gram flour. It has great cooling properties essential to relax you during the game. The drink is made from gram flour, lemon, mint leaves, black salt, cumin powder (jeera), black pepper and salt. [Read recipe here]

(6) Virgin Pina Colada (186 calories and 6 grams of fat)

Virgin Pina Colada is served in multiple variants, but Hidoc recommends Virgin Pina Colada with frozen pineapple and coconut milk. Moreover, It helps fills for late lunch or dinner one gameday and keep you refreshed throughout the game. [Read recipe here]

(7) Mango Smoothie (300 calories and NO fat)

The best drink to add to your taste buds post lunch is a Mango Smoothie. It is best made with ripe mangoes and low-fat milk. In addition, you can blend it with low fat ice-cream or ripe mango pieces for flavour. [Read recipe here].

Moreover, consider reading an exhaustive guide on Mango Fruit Smoothie Recipes here

(8) Nam Manglak (100 calories and 2 grams of fat)

Nam Manglak is a popular Thai drink made with soaked Basil seeds and a syrup of your choice (rose, mango, or litchi). Additionally, It is refreshing and extremely healthy. Hidoc recommends a pitcher of Nam Manglak on the side while watching the game. [Read recipe here]