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Nothing beats a warm cup of coffee in the morning, but drinking too much of it can be a problem. While coffee has a number of health benefits, such as boosting brain health and increasing lifespan, it can also have negative effects like nausea, headaches, and dizziness.

Below, we’re sharing some healthy coffee alternatives for the next time you’re in need of an energy boost.

According to Harvard Health Publishing, tea helps lower risk for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Tea is also a great source of antioxidants, vitamin B, and minerals that boost energy, and it contains more caffeine than coffee without the horrible crash on the other side of the last sip.

Coconut water
Instead of replacing coffee with sugary sports drinks, try this healthy, milky substitute. Coconut water is rich in bioactive enzymes and electrolytes, which restores any electrolytes lost after a hard workout or long day.

Probiotic drinks
Probiotics help restore the balance of friendly bacteria that antibiotics remove. This helps with digestion and promotes a healthy immune system, metabolism, and nervous system, which regulates mood and energy levels. Probiotics also help regulate your gut microbiome, the trillions of bacteria living in your digestive tract, which promotes restful sleep, nutrient absorption, and healthy blood sugar.

Regular exercise is a natural way to boost your energy levels. In fact, studies show that even a low-intensity cycling workout can decrease tiredness. Adding exercise into your daily routine, even if it’oh s something as simple as a walk on your lunch break, serves as a natural pick-me-up.

Sparkling water
Delicious and hydrating, sparkling water can solve the issue of dehydration that leads to fatigue and dreariness throughout your day. The good thing is that sparkling water comes in a variety of flavors that are sugar-free, so you won’t get bored with the taste.

If there’s any drink that has been trending in the last year, it’s this sweet, bubbly drink mixture made of green or black tea, yeast, and bacteria. Kombucha acts as an antioxidant and contains alcohol, vinegar, vitamin B, caffeine, and sugar. Plus, it has a number of health benefits like weight loss, gut health, and mental health management.

xx, The FabFitFun Team

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