“First of all, caffeine has come out as a net positive, and it’s associated with lower rates of Diabetes, Parkinson’s, heart disease, and sharper focus.
Green tea's antioxidants are another reason. Favanols in green tea reduce harmful cholesterol. Green tea is also linked to enhanced cardiovascular health.
Black tea advantages are similar to green tea. It contains caffeine, antioxidant polyphenols, L-theanine, and flavanols.
Thus, it prevents type 2 diabetes, cancer, stroke, and cardiovascular disease. Even better for digestion than green tea.
Coffee has antioxidants and caffeine. It's the main source of antioxidants in the American diet, largely because of coffee.
Coffee contains vitamin B5, manganese, potassium, magnesium, and niacin, which turn vitamins into energy.
Water is healthy. The body needs it and can only last three days without it. It has no sugar, chemicals, or additives, making it healthier than most store-bought drinks.
It’s not a big gallon of milk like we used to have when we were kids or some power drink or kombucha or any of these relentlessly marketed concoctions. Blue Zone water may be healthier than conventional water.
“A little red wine with a plant-based meal will about quadruple flavonoid or antioxidant absorption and lower cortisol levels at the end of the day.”
It reduces mortality. “People who drink a little, up to two drinks a day, actually have a lower chance of dying than people who don’t drink
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