Nothing novel here. We’re familiar with the Japanese custom of sipping tea during mealtime, so there’s no reason we can’t follow suit.
A “pandemic” of obesity now affects every region of the globe. We should take lack of slumber or this atypical sleeping pattern more seriously than, say, not eating an adequate amount of food or not getting enough exercise. Our midnight snack is usually eaten when hunger hits.
But alas, we must toil forth. Due to our schedules, many of us are more likely to eat around midnight or other times when our bodies are resting. The hours between sunset and sunrise are ideal for the body to restore itself and rid itself of built-up poisons.
In addition, because we sleep throughout the day, we seldom get any physical activity in, increasing the likelihood that we will become overweight.
Glucose, the major component of carbs, provides the primary fuel for our cells. If not utilised, this will be stored as fat. We shouldn’t be surprised that we can’t lose the love handles since this fat is lodged deep into our cells.
As a result, many of us turn to the internet in quest of diet pills that promise to finally put an end to our weight issues. These tablets and laxatives can have a short-term impact or have no effect at all. For example, some of us have tried modified versions of popular diets like the paleo and vegan ones after reading about them online.
Consuming tea with one’s meal is the obvious answer. You may call it a trick if you want, but what we’re really doing is just shifting our diets. Green tea’s flavonoids, in addition to the caffeine, provide several health benefits. Unlike coffee, it has few negative side effects and helps us think most clearly and be more productive throughout the day.
Caffeine, the addictive component in coffee, is more concentrated. Caffeine is a stimulant that has powerful side effects, including keeping individuals up at night. However, some coffee drinkers may experience withdrawal or tolerance symptoms and no longer benefit from its stimulant effects. In this case, it’s possible that just black coffee will do the trick.
Detoxification is among green tea’s benefits, and it does so without harming the kidneys. When it comes to burning fat, green tea is a powerful ally. Tea is most beneficial when consumed throughout the day, particularly when eating. While our bodies are busy breaking down the food we just ate, the tea goes to work right away.
Insulin is a hormone that controls macronutrient metabolism, and tea has been shown to increase insulin release. Therefore, if insulin is secreted normally, blood glucose levels would be stable, and type 2 diabetes could be avoided.