After switching to green tea from coffee for 30 days, I saw four major improvements in my quality of life.  

Coffee drinkers, tea drinkers, and green tea drinkers exist as distinct categories. Green tea's uniqueness makes it a delightful hot beverage. Enjoy a "day at the spa" aroma while getting a caffeine boost to get through the morning.   

Still more! I'll share my 30-day green tea journey. I even used my vintage tea cup and saucer to make this new daily routine "extra."  

I drink coffee and tea. I enjoy latte, cappuccino, and hazelnut iced coffee just like everyone else. I usually drink black tea or matcha lattes.   

I tried green tea as my major caffeine source for 30 days for the first time. I had one morning and one afternoon cup of green tea during my experiment. (I stop caffeine at 1 or 2 p.m.)  

My morning coffee wakes me up, but at a price. Coffee also makes me tense and worried. After switching to green tea, my mornings were considerably calmer and less stressful. A cup of green tea may have been refreshing due to its scent, flavor, and caffeine content.  

1. I felt less anxious.

My new drink improved my thinking and concentrate on regular tasks. This was another great change from my coffee-consuming days, when I sometimes had "brain fog" after drinking.  

2. Green tea helped me think better.

I have many gastrointestinal difficulties. Many foods and drinks mess with my intestines. Coffee has always been a trigger, even if I like it. For good reason, green tea calmed my stomach and digestive ailments. (I usually consume coffee with lunch because many caffeinated drinks might create problems on an empty stomach.)  

3. It calmed my stomach.

I didn't focus on weight loss, although green tea may help. Green tea has been tested for weight loss and management. Caffeine and catechins improve metabolism and fat burning. Goodson says green tea may reduce belly obesity in some trials.  

4. It can help with weight loss.

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