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Balance Your Coffee Intake with Green Tea for Added Health

The next time you are about to make another coffee run, you might want to consider Green Tea instead. We know that coffee is rich in antioxidants, but you can further enhance your health if you create more balance in your beverages.

A substance called “catechins” that are abundant in green tea have been shown to be absorbed from your GI tract and actually go to many parts of your eyes including the lens and retina. This is really important, because catechins are powerful antioxidants and the eye is very susceptible to free radical damage, including the very oxygen that you breath to sustain your life. Also with the growing issues of environmental pollution, holes in the ozone and atrocious food quality from modern agricultural practices, it is essential to do what you can to help protect your eyes.

If you like like the taste of green tea, that is great. However if you are like me and have not have fully acquired the taste for green tea, then you may choose to supplement your diet with green tea capsules. This is an excellent way to help fortify your antioxidant levels, not just for the eye but virtually every cell in your body.


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Improve Posture

  • 1.Avoid slouching. Be aware of your posture as you walk, sit, and drive, keep shoulders squared and head pulled back and up.

  • 2.Imagine a thread pulling the top of your head toward the ceiling. Visualization can help improve your sense of position.

  • 3.If your job requires you to sit for long periods, take frequent breaks to stand, stretch and shake it out.

  • 4.Maintain a strong core to help support proper posture. Add core-training exercises to your daily routine.

  • 5.A firm mattress and ergonomic pillow help achieve proper back support while you sleep, so you'll stand straighter in the a.m.

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