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.

However, if you know you are addicted to coffee/caffeine, you know you can’t just quit cold turkey. You have to ease your way out of it to avoid nasty side effects. Luckily, there are great coffee alternatives to try out there that can give you the same boost coffee normally would!

Here are seven coffee alternatives you’ll love just as much!

Starbucks Refreshers

My mouth is watering just thinking about this coffee alternative. Light, bubbly, and super refreshing, these fruity drinks will give you the boost you need to start your day or to get through that afternoon slump.

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Tea

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. Plus, tea has a ton of great healthy benefits too. It can help lower your risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer! Wow, who wouldn’t want that?

Coconut Water

Looking for a healthier, low-sugar alternative to get that extra boost in your day? Then give coconut water a try! Not only is it light and refreshing, it contains a lot of electrolytes and enzymes that will help restore any loss after a long day or workout. Additionally, it can help with heart health and reduce the risk of high blood pressure. I personally think it’s super tasty too!

Kombucha

If there’s any drink that has been trending in the last year, it’s this sometimes sweet, fermented 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. It can also help with weight management.

Matcha

Coffee can leave you feeling wired and buzzed, then causing you to crash. Yikes! If you try matcha, you can expect the same level of energy without feeling jittery. It’s even been known to help people focus.

Crystal Light with Caffeine

If you’re trying to up your water intake without ditching the caffeine, these sweet, low-calorie fruity mixes will peak your interest.

Probiotic drinks

Gut health is so important. If you have an imbalance of good and bad bacteria in your intestine, it can leave you feeling so drained and coffee only makes that imbalance worse. To increase energy and promote a healthy gut, try probiotic drinks!

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