The 6 Healthiest Drinks You Can Order at Starbucks

One of the easiest ways to get closer to a healthy body is to cut out sugary drinks. Sodas, milkshakes, lattès, and smoothies are often loaded with hidden sugars and calories that don’t satisfy your appetite, but sometimes a water just doesn’t cut it. Check out these low calorie options to get your caffeine fix or satisfy your sweet tooth.

 

1. Iced Green Tea (unsweetened), 0 Calories*

 

 

This drink is naturally refreshing and great for your metabolism. To make it sweeter, try adding a little bit of honey before turning to sugar packets.

 

 

2. Caffè Misto, 110 Calories*

 

 

 

If you need your hot coffee in the morning, the Caffe Misto is one of your healthiest options. Made from freshly ground coffee beans and steamed skim milk, you’ll get your caffeine fix without the added calories of a latte.

 

 

3. Cool Lime Refresher, 60 Calories*

 

 

 

The official beverage of spring break (probably). The limes bring a zing of flavor and a burst of natural energy for the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.

 

 

 

4. Shaken Sweet Tea, 100 Calories*

 

 

 

The Shaken Sweet Tea is steeped from Teavana Black Tea, then flavored with real cane sugar for a simple, sweet taste.  

 

 

 

5. Nonfat Iced Vanilla Latte, 120 Calories*

 

 

 

Iced coffees are usually overflowing with artificial sweeteners, but this nonfat version of the Iced Vanilla Latte is a sweet treat for a summer day.

 

 

6.  Skinny Vanilla Latte, 100 Calories*

 

 

You don’t have to cut out the taste of milky, flavored coffee to be healthy. This drink is the perfect way to cut calories on your coffee dates without compromising flavor.

*Calories based on Starbucks’ “Grande” size, with no add ins or modifications.

 

 

 

 

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