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Getting by without coffee for the entire day? Given that you require a caffeine boost to stay awake and meet your deadlines, it might be impossible. Due to its high antioxidant content, coffee can be beneficial to health when consumed in moderation. But if you consume copious amounts of it, the caffeine can be detrimental to your health. 

Green tea

Due to its high antioxidant content and association with a lower risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, this beverage has earned a reputation as the healthiest substitute for coffee. The amount of caffeine in green tea is lower than in a typical cup of coffee; green tea increases mental alertness as well as intelligence, according to some studies. According to a recent study in the journal Psychopharmacology, green tea helps with memory and cognition.

Lemon water

To improve endurance, maintain high energy levels, and stay hydrated, start your day with a glass of hot water and lemon, instead of black coffee. The gastric juices and bile are stimulated by the acidity of lemon in the gut, which aids in digestion and boosts metabolism. Additionally, lemon water works to combat common causes of fatigue like stress and iron deficiency. Lemon's vitamin C nourishes the adrenal glands and helps the body absorb iron, which can make you feel rejuvenated and energised.

Apple cider vinegar

A glass of apple cider vinegar can help relieve fatigue caused by lactic acid buildup, as well as fatigue caused by excessive physical exertion or stress. Apple cider vinegar, with its high levels of amino acids, enzymes, and potassium, can help to restore energy levels and improve overall health. Simply mix 2-3 drops of apple cider vinegar in a cup of warm water and you're done.

Do consider these healthy options to stay energised. You no longer have to reach for that cup of brown, liquid caffeine. Choose a healthier option.