All youcoffee-lovers out there are probably rolling your eyes right nowthinking that nothing in this world will make you say ‘no’ tothat morning cup of joe, but there are a few facts that just mightshift your opinion a bit. It’s true that coffee gives you a greatboost and frankly speaking it tastes great, especially infused withmilky froth and spices, but there are a few drawbacks that outweighwhatever benefits drinking coffee might have. One way to get a bitof a caffeine boost without stained teeth, digestive problems, anddisrupted sleep is to switch to drinking tea instead. Here are 7reasons why you should switch from coffee to tea and a few ways to doit.
It’s not thatcoffee makes you irritated (well sometimes it does), but your stomachsurely feels every sip you take and believe me it’s not happy atall! Coffee is a known stomach irritant and caffeine is not the onlyactive component responsible for this. People with sensitive stomachsexperience pain and discomfort, sometimes even diarrhoea. Tea, on theother hand, works its magic in a much milder way and it’s almostimpossible to overdose on tea as the caffeine in it has a differentchemical structure and affects your body a bit differently.
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