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Three Alternatives To Coffee

Coffee is either wonderful for your body or is absolutely horrific, all depending on where you get your information from. One thing is certain: caffeine does turn glucose into fat, so coffee with sugar is certainly not good for you. Also, you don’t want to drink coffee with cream or half and half if you want to be healthy. And finally – even if we are just talking about coffee – it’s never exactly great to be “addicted to” something, or to be “dependent upon” something. If you are looking to balance your coffee drinking with something else, or if you are looking to move away from coffee entirely, these are three viable options.

1) Tea: While the caffeine content in tea is much lower than the caffeine content in coffee, it is also a much healthier alternative. Green tea can help with digestive disorders, and all tea contains antioxidants that are helpful in fighting diseases. Green tea can also help those with diabetes by aiding in the proper maintenance of blood sugar levels. You can also drink tea all day long, without fearing the adverse effects that can come from drinking coffee all day.

2) Yerbe Mate: Contrary to popular belief, Yerbe Mate is not a form of tea. Yerbe Mate is created from the yerba mate plant, which is native to South America. Yerbe Mate can be brewed in a regular coffee pot, and it can be purchased in packaged form at such stores as Whole Foods. Yerbe Mate has low caffeine levels, but its effect on the body is very stimulating. This stimulating effect is similar to what you would get from coffee or tea, but with additional health benefits. Yerbe Mate has been called an acquired taste, but it is worth a shot if you are feeling adventurous in your aims of kicking the coffee habit.

3) Fruit or vegetable juice: Fruit juice and vegetable juice can be great alternatives to coffee. Most fruit and vegetable juices are packed with vitamins, and if you make it at home or buy organic, you will not be adding those nasty preservatives or piles of sugar. These drinks will leave your body feeling clean and refreshed, even if they do not provide that kick you are used to experiencing from coffee.

Kicking the coffee habit is no easy task, but by trying a number of alternatives, you will be one step closer to moving on from your coffee addiction for good.


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    June 17, 2011 at 8:57 am

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