This little cancer ass-kicker has been incorporated into people's daily lives as early as 2737 BC. You know what else was going on around then? Not a lot ... though I did read in my vast research that one of the first wine vines was planted in that year. A good year for beverages it seems.
Green Tea - in case you are a devout coffee drinker, like me and never paid much attention to it is one of the greatest things on the planet. That's a fact.
I didn't pay much attention to it until my father was diagnosed with Cancer. Every single book I came across, and there were many, all had entire chapters devoted to Green Tea.
As a result, I went online and bought a case of Green Tea.
I bought Ito En Oi Ocha Green tea and what I had in my mind that green tea would taste like was NOT what this tasted like. It was bizarrely bitter to me and I pretty much hated it. So I drank half, set it aside and a few moments later, I wanted more. I still wasn't fully on board but I wanted to drink it - not because I read it in a book that I should drink it but I just wanted to.
I feel like somehow my body just knew what it needed and it's now easily my favorite thing to drink and have on hand. I buy cases of this on Amazon and we can barely keep them around.
Finn even loves them and will drink one after Lacrosse.
Green Tea Fun Facts:
My daily routine now includes 2-3 cups of Green Tea - it's something I really enjoy and it absolutely feels like I'm doing something good for my body. As my dad would say "It certainly doesn't hurt"
Grab a cuppa and relax as part of your daily routine too - I think you'll love it as much as I do.