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Re: Green Tea

Postby chan cheth » Wed May 31, 2017 4:16 pm

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Re: Green Tea

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Re: Green Tea

Postby Onlinepillsrx » Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:34 am

Green tea is the best and healthy beverage as compared to any other tea. I am drinking this tea from last 7 years. At that time my weight was 247 pounds. I lost nearly 52-pound weight because of green tea :). I was also got affected by sleep problems, and that caused me nervousness, frustration, excessive sleepiness, daytime sleep, and unwanted sleep attacks etc.
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Re: Green Tea

Postby siddharthinfosys » Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:29 am

Green tea is very effective for those persons who want to loss their weight. It is very helpful in burning the fat and controlling the cholesterol, it also keep you active.
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Re: Green Tea

Postby KattyH » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:42 am

Yeah, green tea is a sip of health in every way. Not only it helps in metabolism and weight management but also has a detox effect and help improve immunity. Plus, with the 30-35mh of caffeine, it's ideal to reap all the caffeine benefits - brain stimulant, toning digestion and very basic way of undoing arrhythmia. I was referred green tea by a workmate for the relaxing effect to ease up work stress and the constraints of IVF (TTC failures to be precise). Honestly, I don't quite come to terms with the bland taste of green tea but has to stick to it anyway for a year and a half due to the benefits. I figured out a couple of ways to make it taste as good at it works on the body. Here's a couple of them for anyone who has the same complaints with the taste of green tea.
(1) Don't over brew it - only 4 minutes is enough and pour in the tea when the water starts boiling already.
(2) 2 drops of honey or a tablespoonful juice is a good way to revamp the taste after you've had sieved the tea - with a bit of sweetener that won't undo the health benefits.
(3) Iced green tea is far better in taste than the hot brew one - honey or juice still works as the sweeteners and you can add a leaf or two of mint or basil for added flavour.
(4) For the hot drink version, I used to pick either honey-ginger or lemon flavour - you can hopefully find one that suit your taste buds.

Hope this helps!
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