5 Healthier Alternatives to Coffee

5 Healthier Alternatives to Coffee

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5 Healthier Alternatives to Coffee

For some people, a cup of coffee in the morning is a must to start the day. Coffee makes you more ‘awake’, energized, and keeps yourself alert. Many people even need more than one cup of coffee a day, and without those cups, they’ll easily get tired and weak.

But, how if you want to drink something healthier without compromising the energy you’ll have during the day?

Besides healthy diet, there are other alternatives for coffee that are lower in sugar, but still will make you energized during the day. Here’s a few:

Coconut water


Many people agree that coconut water is one of the choices for healthy drinks. It contains more potassium than banana, and less sugar than other fruit juices (and coffees, of course). Coconut water is good for replacing electrolytes, especially after a workout.

Green tea


If you’re looking for metabolism booster or a bit of energy pumps, green tea is a great choice. It contains less caffeine than coffee, and if you’re brewing it for yourself, you can reduce the sugar in it as much as possible. Throw some ice cubes for a quick fix in a hot, sunny day!

Lemon water


A cup of warm lemon water in the morning will give your system a kick off. Lemon water is also a great source of vitamin C that is beneficial for your immune system. In addition, when the negative-charged ions in lemon enter your digestive tract, the result is an increase in energy levels. Even the scent of lemon has been found to reduce stress levels and improve moods.



Kombucha is a fermented tea-based beverage that uses a SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast). Its naturally fermenting probiotics help to maintain healthy gut flora by increasing the number of beneficial organism, which leads to reducing or eliminating depression and anxiety. You’ll be more stress-free during the day.

Green juice/smoothies

green juice

Both leafy and solid green vegetables are low on the glycemic index, which means you’ll digest them gradually throughout the day, providing sustained energy and energizing nutrient intake. And yes, it will also help you shed some pounds.

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