This week I’ve been celebrating the Queen’s jubilee by getting in touch with my inner tea time.
Specifically, I’m testing out the benefits of green tea.
Green tea is an amazing beverage with a lot of benefits attributed to it (scientifically backed or otherwise). The three that I’m looking at specifically are weight, concentration, and blood pressure.
To see how yesterday went, check out the benefits of green tea day 1.
Now, let’s take a peek at how today went.
The Benefits of Green Tea Experiment – Day 2
I can’t say that I was overwhelmed by any particular benefits today. I slept rather poorly last night, so I was quite frankly craving something with a bit more of a caffeine punch than green tea.
Since green tea is often grouped with water as a remarkably healthy liquid, I’m wondering if I’ll see similar benefits as my hydration experiment.
My blood pressure still ranks in the normal range, I don’t normally measure my weight until the weekend, so we’ll see then, and my concentration was a bit foggy. However, I’ll go to bed a bit earlier tonight to balance the scales and see if I can’t have a more productive tomorrow.
It will be interesting to see how this experiment plays out over the next few days, as I could easily add drinking more green tea to my daily routine.