Welcome to my research…or what I like to call research. What you find here will be a variety of topics from running to healthy eating to omelette flipping. My primary goal here is to publicize all the research I do and hopefully in the end you will find it either interesting or helpful to you in some way in your life. For more health related research you can head over to the Nutrition tab. I want to promote well-being to all my fans and include tips and tricks to improve your life and mine. How am I improving my life while improving yours? It’s simple. This is also a learning process for myself. I don’t just know all of this information, I’m conducting research and in doing so want to share it with you all.
Side note: The formatting for this page will get better once I figure more things out but for now enjoy the endless scrolling. I’ll probably make a table of contents of some kind for easy navigation.
Green Tea – 4.4.19
A simple google search will tell you that green tea is the healthiest drink on this planet. Here are some reasons to believe that…
- REASON #1 – Antioxidants
What the heck is that? In short they help prevent cell damage and reduce inflammation to fight cancer.
- REASON #2 – Improved Brain Function
This article goes as far to say that it makes you smarter. Green tea does contain caffeine and will block Adenosine to increase firing in dopamine and norepinephrine. But green tea has something special that increases alpha wave production in the brain…meaning in English that the mixture of caffeine and this wave improves brain function! Want to get smarter? Drink green tea!
- REASON #3 – Increases Fat Burning and Improves Physical Performance
I didn’t know that until just now, so I’m gonna start drinking green tea. In short it boosts metabolism and caffeine improves physical performance.
- REASON #4 – Kills Bacteria = Better Dental Health!
Something called catechins like a “cat on a chin” will kill bacteria and viruses in your mouth.
- REASON #5 – Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Studies show it helps maintain cholesterol and increases antioxidant capacity of the blood.