Green tea is considered by many people to be a healthier alternative to coffee.
I am a coffee drinker, and I think I drink too much at times, as high amounts of caffeine tend to increase anxiety for me personally.
Finding a balance for caffeine intake is a good idea, and easier said than done for many of us. I would exercise a slight bit of caution with coffee consumption if you are prone to anxiety.
I prefer coffee over green tea.
Many beautiful questions have presented to you that you really love to eat coffee or love green tea. I really love coffee, I wake up early in the morning and make a coffee first and eat the coffee and go to work after that so I like coffee much. It's your small question
It used to be coffee, which I love very much but don't drink it any more. I became tolerant and no matter how much I drink, it has no effect on me any more and caused motion sickness. So I gave up drinking coffee at the beginning of September.
Now I'm drinking green tea with lemon each morning and evenings sometimes. Green tea contains caffeine as well, but not as much as coffee. It's also contains antioxidants. Green tea can prevent health diseases, cancer, and can lower LDL cholesterol and raise HDL cholesterol.
I'm not going to drink coffee any more, as much as I like it. I'm going to stick with green tea with lemon.
I'm coffee all the way :) It's something that I can't survive without especially when at work.
Green tea is something that I will have if I'm having indigestion issues, which is seldom.
Personally I prefer to drink tea than drinking coffee for several reasons:
I choose Coffee. Why?, since i am a heavy smoker (i dont recommend to anyone), the best choice is only Coffee.
I have to have my coffee every day. It is something i do and won't do a thing until I have had it first. It kicks my day off and I just enjoy it too much.
I don't touch green tea as it may be good for some but I am banned. I had a blood clot a few years ago and green tea is ion the banned list. It has vitamin k and have to dodge anything with it. I am fine now but it was a health scare that I don't want to revisit.