As for me, I'm definitely a tea drinker. Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, next to water. Green tea is especially popular in Japan and China. But on any given day, only one in five American adults drinks tea, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. That's a shame, because tea drinkers in the study took in 20 times more flavonoid antioxidants per day than tea non-drinkers. That's amazing! By the way, the caffeine content of coffee and tea vary depending on the size of your cup, what kind is used, and how it is made. An 8-ounce cup of brewed coffee has about 85 milligrams of caffeine compared to 40 milligrams in a cup of hot tea.
It is established that, by themselves, alcohol and caffeine does not impair the quality of sperm. However, the likelihood of a successful IVF procedure was 52%, if it was attended by men consumed little coffee, tea and other products kodeinsoderjaschie, and only 29% among men who consumed caffeine in higher amounts. As you can see the dangers of coffee for men planning to become fathers, are obvious. ;) ;) ;) In addition, the Boston scientists have other unexpected results. It was found that the men drinking alcohol (particularly beer), in moderation, increases the probability of conception in vitro in comparison with the representatives of the stronger sex, renounced alcohol.
I prefer coffee , because I adore its taste, I even like it while smoking, but understand that i destroy my health really hard, because of these factors. Both coffee and tea have their benefits, though it’s always hard to pinpoint exactly what those are due to the large amount of contradictory studies. As with anything that contains caffeine, way too much coffee and tea could result in increased anxiety, tachycardia, heart palpitations, insomnia, restlessness, and nausea. High amounts of unfiltered coffee, meanwhile, has been linked to higher levels of bad cholesterol. So, it is up to you what to drink, the effect is almost the same.
I prefer green tea. I like to drink chamomile tea, it helps me to sleep peaceably all night and also it's very healthy and delicious. It's one of the most healthy herb, I can say it's universal herb. I drink green tea and chamomile tea every day, I don't drink coffee(I drink it 1 time per month maybe,or even more rare). I've heard a lot about negative influence of coffee and I drink it very rare. It not healthy for heart and it may raise blood pressure, especially in those already suffering from hypertension and those who don’t normally consume caffeine. It also increases risk of heart attacks among young adults. Caffeine may cause insomnia.
Guy i should make a confession today, because i am a great coffee fan and i literally cannot live without this drink a day. I drink it whatever happens i cannot neglect that very moment when i taste that coffee when you seep the coffee and you do not need anything except that just relaxing moment. I even go to the coffee cafes even when i get 10 dollars in pocket, literally 10 dollars. I cannot through the Starbucks when i see it, because i like it so so much. I just do not understand why some people do not like coffee, because this is one of the best inventions.
Ok, so usually I choose coffee over tea, but I like BOTH. I like any hot beverage really. Except decaf coffee. God put that caffeine there for a reason!
What does that say about me? Hmmmm....I don't really know. I am pretty picky about the coffee and tea that I drink and won't drink just any cheap crap (No Folgers or Lipton for me). The more gourmet the better. In fact, both coffee and tea are more of an experience than just a drink. I have all sorts of gadgets to make them. French presses (I have one for coffee and one for tea), fancy tea pots, an ibrik, chorreador, drip coffee maker, electric percolator, electric and hand grinder, etc. Maybe that makes me a snob. Maybe that makes me a connoisseur. I suppose it depends on who you talk to.
I love, love, love coffee. Seriously. I’ve such strong psychological feelings towards coffee that I associate a cup of coffee with relaxing, with happiness, with time to work, with time to read, and with a whole lot more. I like all kinds of coffee, fancy and instant, though Starbucks Cappuccino is my regular favourite at all times.I used to drink tea when I was younger. I grew up drinking it. But since my Italian boss introduced me to coffee during a summer job in high school, I switched camps. Now tea actually makes me feel sick.
Now i am the tea love, because i used to drink coffee for a very long time, but then i have understood that that is the thing that is very difficult for my organism to cope with . I have started drinking teas and that helped me in solving many health problems that were seen as those ones of the whole life.
I enjoy green tea very much! It helps me to wake up in the morning, at the same time it influences health in a positive way - it includes improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer, prevent from obesity and many other significant benefits. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on our body. Some people like to combine drinking tea with some sweet desserts, but I am not fond of that. I think that if you drink tea, you should enjoy drinking, but not eating. Of course, I can drink coffee in the morning, if I want to sleep very, very much.
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As for me in the morning I usually feel too sleepy to drink tea. When I wake up early, I need nothing but a cup of sdtrong coffee to wake up and to begin my usual everyday activity. But I understand that coffee is not the most useful thing for our health, so I try not to abuse it - I never drink more than one cup of coffee for a day. And on weekends, when I am able to sllep a couple of extra hours, I drink tea instead of coffee. And I got rid of a habit to add sugar to coffee because glucose makes caffeine much more harmful for our organism. But I love coffee.
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