These Healthy Tea Recipes Clear Your Skin and Burn Fat

As much as coffee feels like a total godsend, especially after a sleepless night, the high caffeine content can actually keep you up at night: consuming more than 500 to 600 mg of caffeine daily may lead to health issues such as insomnia, irritability, muscle tremors, and an upset stomach. Tea has less caffeine and is generally less acidic than coffee, especially if you're frugal with your steep time. And unlike the jitters that follow being a Starbucks gold card carrier, most teas are actually proven to calm your senses and decrease your heart rate.

You can also get pretty crafty with tea: Sure, coffee lends itself to macchiatos, lattes, and the like, but you've got a much wider selection of flavors with tea. That's why we've put together some delicious healthy tea recipes that may replace your daily joe. Keep scrolling to find out how to make them.

Would you swap your daily coffee for tea? Tell us why or why not below!