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On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate your coffee relationship? 1 being totally apathetic and indifferent while 10 being emotionally dependent and obsessed.
If you fall on the latter side of the scale, then you should start reconsidering your coffee habits and start evaluating if you need to have a plan of action.
Some studies claim that drinking more than 500 to 600 mg a day which is around 4 or more cups of coffee per day consistently — may cause side effects such as:
Irritability,insomnia,restlessness, stomach upset, nervousness, fast heartbeat and muscle tremors.
We’ve rounded out 3 alternatives for coffee that will help you limit or replace your daily intake, and we tried to tailor them in a fashion thatmeets your preferences and avoid any shortcomings!
1-Tea: (Caffeine addiction)
The active ingredient in coffee is caffeine, the most commonly consumed psychoactive substance in the world so if you don’t want to give it up then Tea is your best friend also there are lots of varieties that offers an abundant different health benefits from boosting your cardiovascular health to psychological wellbeing so you’ll definitely find one that will tickle your fancy!Kombucha Tea, Peppermint tea, turmeric tea, organic green tea, chamomile tea, liquorice tea, ginger tea…and the list goes on.
2-Teeccino: (Taste of Coffee)
There is something magical about the taste of the first sip of coffee in the morning and how it amazingly soothes you and give you that sense of gratification accordingly some people can’t give up on this no matter what and that’s when Teeccino comes in as a game changer having an almost similar taste of coffee plus a wide range of amazing flavors in both loose and single-serving packaging of Mediterranean & maya flavors, including: java, hazelnut, mocha, vanilla nut, orange, almond amaretto, chocolate mint, french roast, chai and chocolate.
3-Yerba Mate: (After buzz effect)
If you are one of those “Don’t speak to me until I‘ve had my coffee” people, the ones that can’t function until they get there coffee buzz then Yerba Mateis a great alternative for you. It’s a nutritional powerhouse loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Yerba mate is so loaded with nutrition that it contains practically all the micronutrients needed to sustain life. Mate is made from the naturally caffeinated leaves of the celebrated South American rainforest holly tree. Another benefit of Yerba Mate is that it can be prepared and consumed in a variety of ways–hot, cold, with honey, in a tea infuser, in a French press, or even in a traditional coffee machine.
What is your favorite coffee alternative? Or do are you a diehard fan of coffee with no alternative? Would you be willing to try any of these? Let us know in the comments!