olivierco wrote:I drink less water.
But since I discovered Gyokuro, I have been drinking champagne a little less frequently
I realized a few days ago I wasn't drinking as much water either. Champagne, Olivierco, that's a shame . . . It's very good for you, or at least it makes you feel great.
The reason I asked this question is because I realized, 3 months ago, I was drinking almost no soda. And when I do get a coke at a restaurant I can't drink diet -- it's awful. I have to drink sugar coke. Even though, as time passes and I drink more tea, I put less raw sugar/splenda in my tea. I found that interesting.
I started drinking more tea when I was doing a very boring
job checking medical bills and patient forms. I was drinking copious
quantities of soda and coffee to stay awake because I was doing repetitive work and ithad to be thoroughly checked for accuracy. I was nearly asleep by 11:00 a.m. and I had 5 hours of work ahead of me. Coffee/pop kept me alert - for 30 minutes and then I was even more sleepy because of the sugar crash. My DH bought me a canister of RoT peoples daily green and I tried drinking that. That is when I became completely
hooked! Tea doesn't give me that caffeine slap in the face awake, BUT it also doesn't supply the sugar/caffeine crash after just 30 minutes either.
My April Fool's Joke: We came home from a quick jaunt to the grocery store to find our basset hound had gotten into one of the kids' Easter candy stash!
She had candy wrappers stuck to her belly, skittles stuck to her ears, lying on the floor. She'd scarfed, rolled over and couldn't get up.