Many people are quite used to the habit by now. But because they are so busy, they hardly notice just how much one too many cups of coffee has made them feel so jittery. There is no debate. Coffee does this. But even so, coffee is still quite good for you. It is just a matter of moderating your intake. Coffee is still good for keeping you alert and controlling your urges to eat unnecessarily. But why drink coffee when you can just as well have a cuppa, as the old English used to say.
A cuppa is your traditional cup of tea. It is so traditional over there that they curiously refer to mealtimes as tea. They never always had the privilege. Many years ago, make that centuries, they had to travel far and wide to collect bales of the much desired tea. Like coffee, tea requires an acquired taste. Soon enough, you will grow accustomed to its flavor. Not just a flavor but many, as many brand varieties as you would normally see on your supermarket shelves today.
What’s good about drinking no more than one cup of tea a day is that it helps to keep you healthy and improve your outlook for the day. But not just any tea. Try organic tea. Try organic hibiscus tea, for instance, and, over time, you will start to feel and appreciate the healing properties of a plant indigenous to ancient Egypt. It is all natural and there are no added chemicals or stimulants. And if it is too hot for tea at this time, you can always sip on a bottle of scented hibiscus water. The water is organic too.