12 Drinks With Less Caffeine Than Coffee

Lemon water

In winter, you can heat it up like tea. In summer, drink it over ice. Lemons, like other citrus fruits, are loaded with vitamin C along with other cell-protecting antioxidants like flavonoids. Some studies show that daily lemon juice helps control high blood pressure.

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