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15 Healthy Drinks to Sip On This Fall

ut a taste of autumn in your cup! Check out these 15 healthy drinks our instructors love that will warm you from the inside out…



SARAH HEALY
Adding honey to any tea gives it that cozy, warm-you-up-by-the-fire, snuggle-up-in-a-blanket feeling!

DANIELLE ROLLINS
Harvest Tea from Trader Joe's (the box with a fox on it) is the best thing since sliced bread. I stockpile throughout the season so I never have to run out.

SARA SILK
I'm a huge fan of hot green tea! It gives me a little jolt of energy from the caffeine, but not too much that I drop after (like coffee), and I usually add some honey to it to help my throat and vocal chords!

ROSS DAYS
Moroccan Mint Tea from Toby's Estate, a dirty chai (chai latte with a shot of espresso), or lemon, honey and hot water!

JUSTINE SCHWARZ
Healthy fall drink is this Healthy Pumpkin Oatmeal Shake!

ISAAC CALPITO
Dandelion tea with cinnamon, clove and steamed hemp milk.

JENNA GAROFALO
I love Earl Grey Vanilla Cream Tea from Argo Tea.

WILLIE HOLMES
When I lived in New York, I found myself sniffling A LOT. As a result I grew very fond of the hot toddy very quickly.

I combine:
Half of a lemon
Honey
1 cinnamon stick
1 ounce of bourbon
Tea bag (I prefer peach flavored green tea).

Pour hot water (not too hot) to fill and enjoy!

AMANDA KAMM
A chai latte! And if I’m not recovering from (or prepping for) class, a whiskey on the rocks!

COLE WILLIAMS
I love hot unsweetened cider with fresh ginger and molasses.

RICH MARTINO
A place in NYC called Juicology (it’s on Eight Avenue between 29th and 30th Street) makes a red velvet smoothie! It has fruit, protein and almond milk.

CIARA WILLIAMS
Since I was young, my grandma would make cinnamon tea to warm us up, and now I make it myself! I bring 2-3 cinnamon sticks in water to a boil, then let it simmer on the stove for 5-10 minutes depending on how patient I am. I pour it into a mug and sometimes add a little almond milk. It's heavenly to drink and makes my apartment smell wonderful, too!

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