Coconut Vinegar Mocktail

Rather than pairing your home-cooked dinner with an alcoholic beverage, sip on this immune system-boosting mocktail instead. The coconut vinegar in this drink is packed with potassium, iron, zinc, vitamin C, and calcium, and since the vinegar has a slightly sweet taste, Jen Widerstrom, a diet expert and author of Diet Right for Your Personality Type, says it can be a great way to curb cravings. When it comes time for dessert, you won't feel the need to dive spoon first into the tub of ice cream.

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5-6 Mint leaves
1 tsp Coconut vinegar
6-8 oz Seltzer
1 Lime

In a cup, muddle mint leaves with coconut vinegar.

Add 6 oz. or 8 oz. seltzer.

Squeeze half of a lime, pour the juice into the cup, and stir.

Garnish with a slice of lime.

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