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    Default Healthy alternatives to coffee and tea

    Hi all, I'm looking into healthy alternative drinks to your normal tea and coffee and suggestions?

    Thank you

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    Green tea is apparently really good for you.

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    I love hot water with a squeeze of lemon. Yum!

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    Herbal tea? I love peppermint tea!

    Hot chocolate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    I love hot water with a squeeze of lemon. Yum!
    I was going to suggest this

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    What are your health concerns with coffee and tea. If it is just the caffeine, avoid the "green" versions of both as they have just as much (or more) caffeine.

    If you live not far from one, I'd visit a T2 store and try some herbal teas and fruit infusions. I live peppermint and DD loves Fruitalicious, which is just fruit fruit/berries/peel.

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    Chamomile tea & rose hip teas are my faves

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    Roobios tea is caffeine and tannin free - DS loves it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Herbal tea? I love peppermint tea!

    Hot chocolate?
    I second the peppermint tea, having one right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Roobios tea is caffeine and tannin free - DS loves it!
    I was going to suggest that myself. I'd never even heard of it (being a non tea and coffee drinker for most of my life) until I met a few South African couples at my church. It's the only tea I've ever tasted that I actually like the taste of.


 

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