HEALTH IN A CAN – quick, strong and invigorating
Instead of your usual morning coffee, we recommend SENCHA SHOT, the Japanese equivalent of an espresso shot – highly antioxidant green tea in a can. You’ll find this tasty beverage quick, strong, invigorating and healthy! With 152 millgrams of the powerful tea polyhenol-Catechin,this green tea has depth of flavor, body, and a robust mouthfeel. Even espresso-lovers will become fans. For a milder flavor, try our Oolong Shot.
*Sencha means green tea in Japanese.
Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions with These 5 Steps:
- Do it for you.
The most important part of change is your will to do so. If you change for someone else, you will most likely find it harder to maintain your intention to change. Do what you want to do. Do it for you. You deserve it.
- Be realistic: change one thing at a time.
Keep it simple and change one thing at a time. It is challenging enough to change one behavior, and taking on too much can disperse your focus and motivation. Stay focused on one change, and follow through. Through your success, you will find the energy and belief in yourself to do anything you set your mind to!
- Cultivate an attitude of gratitude.
Before January 1st, write a list of everything you are grateful for. You might want to change something, but focus on the many things that you love, and appreciate. A focus on gratitude gives you strength and a love for yourself that makes it easier to change what you find undesirable. Don’t forget to be kind to yourself when you succeed, AND when you fail. “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.”
- Make a plan.
Create a plan of action to reach your goal. If you want to eat healthier food, you might create a healthier weekly meal plan. Shop when you are feeling full and content, and choose your groceries carefully. Research healthy, easy recipes online, and create action steps for your success. It may be helpful to consult a nutritionist, or enroll friends and family in your plan so they can support you along the way.
- Recommit to your goal each day.
One of the biggest challenges for maintaining and reaching goals is to remember the goal. It sounds silly, but the human mind is forgetful, easily distracted, and loves to make excuses. Leave a note with your goal by your bedside, and read it twice daily, morning and evening. Ask yourself if you still want this goal, and recommit to it daily. This will keep your goal top of mind throughout your day, and throughout your state of rest.
I love my tea. All kinds of tea. So tea that helps you be healthier and gives you an energy boost is even greater. I got to try the Sencha Shot and the Oolong Shot. The website says the Oolong is a milder flavor so I thought the Sencha would taste really strong, but I personally thought they didn’t taste that drastically different. Both of these tasted like a strong unsweetened tea. They were very easy to drink, which cannot be said about a lot of other energy type drinks. I definitely noticed a boost on the days I drank these in the morning. In the summer these could definitely replace my hot cup of coffee in the morning! 5/5!
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