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Cup of Tea A Day

January 13, 2017

I'm an avid tea drinker.  Some people can't start their day without coffee, I can't without tea. Every morning I drink a large glass of water, take my multivitamin, hair skin and nails vitamin, a GNC Total Lean CLA soft chew along with a cup of green tea and detox tea.  I can't start my morning without these essentials.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I personally find that when I start my day with tea I am more alert, energized and ready for the day. The awesome benefits I find is no bloat, more regular and these teas can be found over the counter not ordered online for some outrageous coasts. Try a tea and see how you feel today, and remember Think Health! :) 

 

Check out the article below on more values of teas for your weight loss and skin from PopSugar:  

 

Supercharge Your Morning: Black or Green Tea. The caffeine content with L-theanine (present in these teas) will give you a calm state of alertness.

 

Get Through an Afternoon Slump: Green Tea With Ginkgo Biloba. Kristina told us that green tea can enhance performance, while ginkgo biloba can keep your memory sharp.

 

Recover After a Workout: Black Tea. A cup of black tea has 88 milligrams of potassium, which contributes to muscular recovery.

 

Reduce Stress and Anxiety: Green Tea, Lavender, or Chamomile. Time to unwind. "Chamomile and lavender are known as nerve-soothers and calming herbs," she said. Lavender and lavender oil are great ingredients to look for when relieving anxiety, and green tea and matcha also promote relaxation.

 

Snooze Soundly: Chamomile or Valerian. Soothing and mellowing chamomile and valerian root will help you slip into a peaceful slumber. Valerian root, referred to as nature's Valium, is a common ingredient in sleep supplements thanks to its relaxing properties. "Valerian is also great for drinking before bed as it won't interfere with REM sleep," Kristina said.

 

Slim Down: Dandelion or Peppermint. Dandelion has been said to help eliminate excess water weight, as well as aid in digestion — a key component in weight loss. "Dandelion's use traces back to the 10th century when Arabian physicians revered the root for its cleansing properties and as a natural aid for digestion," she said. Peppermint tea can help curb your appetite and support digestion as well. In herbal blends, Kristina says to look for ingredients like "gymnema leaves, which are known as the 'destroyer of sugar' in Ayurvedic medicine," and "cordyceps, a Chinese medicinal herb, [which] may boost energy and endurance, and can help rev up your internal engine and increase metabolism."

 

Clear Skin: Rooibos or Green Tea. Antioxidant-packed rooibos and green tea can both help alleviate acne, pimples, sunburns, and uneven skin.

 

Soothe an Upset Stomach: Dandelion or Ginger. The dandelion root is a natural aid for digestion and has cleansing properties, while ginger root is known to settle a stomach in all its forms.

 

 

 

Article: Pop Sugar: What Tea is Best for Health?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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