Why would you want an alternative to coffee? Why not just drink coffee? If you’re gonna drink one or two cups of coffee a day, I really don’t see that being a problem for most people. Now, I didn’t say for all the people, I said for most people.
Some people watching this video should not be drinking coffee, but they are most likely to be the minority. What are the alternatives if coffee isn’t a healthy choice for you?
There are many things you can have. It really depends on your personal preferences. Do you like something like Chai? Do you prefer something spicy or stimulating?
Why do you want to cut back on coffee? Is it because of caffeine? If it’s because of caffeine, you could try roasted chicory or dandelion root.
Chicory is a plant that looks a little bit like lettuce. Chicory has strong roots that, when dried and roasted, almost give an instant coffee kind of a taste.
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Don’t drink instant coffee. Why would you drink instant coffee when it’s junk? If you’re going to have coffee, get a coffee machine like me and make real coffee. It’s much, much nicer. I have one cup of coffee every morning. I put honey in my coffee, and I love it. I can’t see any problem with that at all.
When you start having multiple cups of coffee a day, like eight, 10, or 12 plus cups of coffee, it’s become a problem. The most amazing patient I ever had, I don’t think I’d been practicing all that long, drank 30 cups of coffee a day. 30, three-zero, in one day. I’ve had many more clients who drink eight to ten cups of coffee per day. It’s not that unusual, you’d be surprised. It’s not great for your stomach or your digestive system.
If you are drinking lots of coffee each day, alternatives are a better approach because they’re caffeine-free. The bitterness of the dandelion or chicory also ensures a bit of bile release, which is good for liver cleansing.
Other alternatives to coffee are green tea, which has only a little bit of caffeine but high flavonoid levels. Herbal teas like chamomile and peppermint are also good options.