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    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — What’s in your cup to get the day going: coffee, tea or water? According to a new survey, coffee drinkers have the most drive to start the day, but only 29% keep the steam when the clock changes to afternoon. Forty-one percent of tea drinkers said they stay motivated well into the evening. Those who go for plain old water boasted the best night’s sleep. So far as generational differences go, tea is quite the popular choice among millennials, who now make up 60% American tea-drinkers — one-third of millennials overall say they drink tea. Click here for more survey results.
    Studies show that there can be dangerous bacteria in the tap water used on planes. YakobchukOlena/Getty Images Ordering coffee or tea on flights is tempting, but you should probably opt for a different drink.  Many flight attendants avoid drinking coffee or tea on an airplane. A 2019 study found that many international and US airlines had low-quality or unhealthy tap water. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Flights can hard on all of us. Sometimes, the only saving grace is a nice warm cup of tea or coffee to wake us up and help us feel refreshed after hours in the air. But you may want to think twice before you order that English breakfast blend. As NBC 5 previously reported, the water for in-flight tea and coffee comes from the tap, not from a bottle.  Flight attendant Kat Kamalani said in a TikTok video from January that most airline crew members don't actually drink beverages made with water from the plane. "Rule number one, never consume any liquid that is not in a can or a...
    This article was medically reviewed by Samantha Cassetty, MS, RD, a nutrition and wellness expert with a private practice based in New York City. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Coffee and tea can both boost your energy levels. d3sign/Getty Images Tea and coffee are both good sources of caffeine and antioxidants.  Coffee contains twice as much caffeine as tea, and can give you a more immediate energy boost.  Tea contains L-theanine, a chemical that metabolizes caffeine slowly, giving you sustained energy.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Coffee and tea are two of the most common drinks in the world. Both contain caffeine, antioxidants, and can help you feel energized, making it difficult to decide between the two.  Here is everything you need to know about the differences and similarities...
    Reduces the risk of death by 62%. Different studies have detailed the benefits of regular coffee or green tea intake. And as the list continues to grow, we will tell you one more. This recent one was carried out by scientists from the University of Osaka, in Japan. It suggests that a single cup of either drink, daily, reduces the risk of death in two types of patients. The study details that one is the one who suffered and survived a stroke. While the other is the patient who suffered a heart attack. If you both have a cup of tea or coffee, you regularly reduce your risk of death by 62%, the study says. Daily Mail publishes that researchers from the Japanese institute analyzed data from approximately 46,000 patients. They selected those who were aged between 40 and 79 years. All the volunteers were given a survey in which they had to answer about their eating routines. Of course, adding the consumption of coffee and green tea. Tea and Coffee: causes of the unfinished profit The lead author...
    Flight attendant Kat Kamalani has been going viral for her behind-the-scenes TikTok videos. Kat Kamalani/Tiktok Flight attendant Kat Kamalani has been going viral for her behind-the-scenes TikTok videos. Her latest video implores viewers to steer clear of the water on planes. A 2019 study found that many airlines possibly provided passengers with unhealthy water. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kat Kamalani, 30, is a flight attendant who has been going viral for her behind-the-scenes TikTok videos.  She recently dropped another video that has the internet abuzz, as it tells viewers to drink only canned or bottled beverages on a flight. Titled "Do not eat these things on an airplane," the video calling out airplane water has been viewed 2 million times at the time of writing. Read more: A flight attendant who went viral for her behind-the-scenes TikTok videos shares some of the biggest misconceptions of the job and what it's really like Flight attendant Kat Kamalani implores viewers to steer clear of the water on a plane @katkamalani Just promise me you won’t ???? ##flightattendantlife...
    Drinking coffee or tea from a paper cup is not only wasteful but also puts you at risk of swallowing thousands of microplastics, warn scientists. A takeaway hot drink can become contaminated with the tiny plastic particles in just minutes, according to a study. These come from the cup's inner lining that makes it waterproof – and also makes it difficult to recycle. Researchers poured hot water into 100ml paper cups and left them left for 15 minutes.  This is the time, according to surveys, that most people prefer to take to finish their drink. When the researchers checked the hot water under a powerful microscope, they found an average of 25,000 microplastics per cup.  Drinking coffee or tea from a paper cup is not only wasteful but also puts you at risk of swallowing thousands of microplastics, warn scientists RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next HS2 worker is filmed kneeling on the neck of a protester who... Please help give my little girl a second chance at life:... Share this article...
    This article was medically reviewed by Samantha Cassetty, MS, RD, a nutrition and wellness expert with a private practice based in New York City. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Coffee and tea can both boost your energy levels. d3sign/Getty Images Tea and coffee are both good sources of caffeine and antioxidants, which can benefit your health in a number of ways.  You should drink coffee if you want a quick energy boost, as it contains about twice as much caffeine as tea and can give you an immediate buzz.  You should drink tea if you want more sustained energy and attention levels, as both green and black tea contain L-theanine, a chemical that metabolizes caffeine over a longer period of time.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Coffee and tea...
    PREGNANT women should avoid tea and coffee or risk the life and health of their unborn child, a major review warns. Researchers say there is “no safe level” of caffeine consumption for those who are expecting or trying for a baby. 2Drinking coffee or tea during pregnancy puts the unborn child's health at riskCredit: Alamy They found the mind-altering substance is linked to an increased risk of miscarriage, stillbirth, low birth weight and leukaemia. It may also raise the odds of childhood obesity. NHS guidelines say 200mg of caffeine a day - equivalent to two cups of instant coffee - will not cause harm. But Prof Jack James, from Reykjavik University, in Iceland, has called for the advice to be “radically revised” following his appraisal. He analysed 48 previous studies from the past two decades that looked at the impact of caffeine on pregnancy outcomes. Any caffeine risks harming the baby but the dangers increase as more is consumed, the study suggests. Even 200mg a day appeared to raise the risk of miscarriage by up 28 per cent and stillbirth...
    I’ve been trying to find an alternative to the heaping glass of cold brew I drink every morning. It didn’t take me too long to find something that helps fulfill my caffeine craving, but with a little more of a flourish. Golden Ratio Coffee is just that. It takes all the acidity and bitterness of coffee by roasting  the beans at a low temperature, making it a highly drinkable beverage no matter the time of day. When I first tried it out, I started brewing it hot. You make a cup of  Golden Ratio – I opted for the Chai Spiced, but it also comes in Original and Vanilla Coconut – like you would hot tea, with boiling water and a submerged tea bag. It was...fine. It tasted sort of like a chai that I left on the coffee table for too long. But when I followed the directions for cold brew, I knew that was how I was going to drink it from then on. Add one bag per 8 oz of water to a pitcher (I used my...
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