A cocktail a day keeps the doctor away

02/5/2013 | Daily News (New York)

New York City mixologists are catering to the health-conscious crowd by adding nutritional ingredients to cocktails, such as wheatgrass, beet juice and hibiscus. "Cocktails often have a lot of hidden empty calories," said Kristy Lambrou, a culinary nutritionist at the restaurant Rouge Tomate in New York City. "Fresh juices, herbs and spices add some nutrients to the cocktail so you’re not just getting sugar and alcohol."

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