Are you a morning person? Or do you find waking up in the morning with pep in your step easier said than done? If the latter, no worries! There are perks to rising early on and we’ve got just the thing to give you the drive to start your day with a burst of balanced energy. Get Everything On Our Tea Bar Menu For Half Price Until 12pm Everyday When You Quote #ManicMorning At The Bar!
Overall it is best to avoid any sugary drinks like fruit juice and soft drinks and also steer clear of coffee and energy drinks. These will exhaust you after a brief sugar and caffeine rush. On the other hand, a cup of tea has about one third of the amount of caffeine found in a cup of coffee, but the caffeine in tea also has a different effect on the body. The caffeine in coffee is in a ‘free state’ and is therefore released very quickly into the blood stream. This means that it has more effect on the heart rate and blood pressure and gives a short lived rush of nervous energy followed by a period of exhaustion. In tea, the caffeine is chained with polyphenols and so is absorbed much more slowly by the muscles making it ideal for combating fatigue without the feelings of ‘jumpiness’ or nervousness. The caffeine in tea does not cause exhaustion afterwards.
So to grab your morning fix, visit us at chinalife, 99 Camden High Street, NW1 7JN. Don’t forget to quote #ManicMorning to get your chosen beverage half price.