WHICH CAFFEINE IS FOR ME?
The age old question – what will you choose to quench your thirst, coffee or tea? Well, it depends on a variety of aspects. Brits seem to have a built-in nature to have their afternoon cuppa of tea. On the other hand, those from Australia have a reputation for being coffee drinkers. But in the end, it all comes down to personal preference.
There are many similarities between tea and coffee. They are both good for quenching your cravings of caffeine. Each has an alluring taste and can be taken with flavours like lemon and sweeteners, such as honey. Both also contain medicinal qualities. For example, each has antioxidants – coffee containing chlorogenic acid and quinines and tea with its flavonoid antioxidants. So if you’re just looking for a hot beverage, both tea and coffee will supply you with what you’re after, and give you an extra dose of healthiness into your system.
However, there are certainly some large differences between the liquid in a coffee cup and those in a mug a tea – calories included. When brewed, tea will contain fewer calories than coffee, and it is also more diluted. This means if you’re the type of person that does not need a lot of caffeine then the milder, the better option for you is tea.
And that’s just the beginning of the amazing qualities of tea. As mentioned, it also contains antioxidants that are beneficial for your skin, immune system, and the repair and removal of damaged cells from our bodies – they practically have healing powers. These healthy helpers make you feel less bloated, healthier and less fatigued.
Then there’s green tea which has been consumed for millennia in India, Japan and China. Now if there’s one thing you know for sure is that if a product is advocated for in Chinese medicines, then it must be good for you! You can never go wrong with a nice cup of Tulsi Green tea or even an Organic India Original tea.