Healthy hot drinks this winter

Enjoy the natural health kicks of these hot drinks which can be whipped up in minutes 

Hot water and lemon

Unleash the health benefits of lemon with this simple and effective winter warmer. Lemons are rich in Vitamin C and can help improve digestion, skin and boost your body’s immune system. Simply squeeze fresh lemon into a mug and top up with boiling water.

Cinnamon tea
A healthy alternative to traditional tea, cinnamon is a great booster for digestion, and may even help regulate blood sugar, which can help with weight loss. Simply boil a few cinnamon sticks in water for a half hour. Remove the sticks and enjoy on its own or pop in your favourite fruit tea bag.

Fresh ginger tea
Ginger tea has a long history of being used as a health tonic. This warming and spicy drink is packed with health benefits – from helping soothe digestive issues to aiding weight loss and even reducing blood pressure. Make your own by slicing fresh ginger into a mug, or buy it as dried, loose pieces or in tea bags.

Fresh mint tea
Mint tea has been used for centuries as a natural remedy to fight indigestion, constipation and headaches. In addition, the refreshing and stimulating effect of drinking mint tea is also believed to help to boost mental alertness and concentration. Buy in a tea bag or add fresh mint into hot water.