Salivary peptidome profiling analysis has advantages of simplicity and non-invasiveness and great potentiality for screening, monitoring or primary diagnosis of diseases, but may be subjected to change against interferences like diet. We conducted a 5-day study to investigate the influence of 3 kinds of beverages (orange juice, sugar-free tea, and sugar-free liquid yoghurt; water as control) on children's salivary peptidome using mass spectrometry techniques. All the groups shared a relatively stable pattern in heatmaps during the experimental days. Principal component analysis plot presented slight shifts in all the intervention groups between the baseline and intervention period while samples were not distinctly separated by date. The numbers of significantly changed peptides after short-term orange juice and tea intervention were four and three, respectively, while no changes occurred in the yoghurt group and control. Four of these peptides were identified as histatin-3, collagen alpha-1(IV) chain, zinc finger protein 805, and quinolinate synthase A. Salivary peptidome has its own stability against beverage intervention, confirming the feasibility and validity of using it as a potential reference for the healthy state of the body, with diet habits recorded and considered as a confounder if necessary.