Say Hi to Tea, Goodbye to Coffee!

Heard this news last week, countries like Japan and China has only 5% Obesity Rate in their entire population. How in the world did that happen? Chinese food are mostly oily, right? Here’s one thing that both countries share and I thought this might be their SECRET: they’re the biggest consumers of Green TEA.

So I decided to start my No Coffee Policy last week to prove my theory LOL. I’m now on the 4th day and I am enjoying it. Yes to GREEN TEA with a little bit of honey, no to KOPIKO Brown Coffee!

Here are just a few medical conditions in which drinking green tea is reputed to be helpful:

•cancer
•rheumatoid arthritis
•high cholesterol levels
•caridovascular disease
•infection
•impaired immune function
cr. google

It also helps in burning calories. The only side effect is that green tea contains caffeine that may over-stimulate you and can cause sleeping problems. I’m not complaining though. Surprisingly, I feel a little lighter and more energetic and for the most part of the day, I don’t really feel sleepy.

Looks like drinking tea will become a lifestyle for me. 

Ciao!

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5 Comments

  1. hi there dennis! o diba parang close haha

    masarap yun Kopiko but really, it’s too strong…I noticed, my hands slightly shake whenever I drink kopiko. This doesn’t happen when I drink Nescafe. tea is better! try it! you will feel so much lighter and better

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