Antioxidant and Metabolism Benefits from Green Tea Extract & More
Green tea is a popular beverage worldwide for its numerous health benefits. One of the key reasons green tea benefits health is because it contains antioxidants, which help protect the body from oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Green tea extract, a concentrated green tea, has even more antioxidants than regular green tea. As you may have guessed, it's why we love the formula of greenteaHAWAII so much - it's a blend of green tea extract, nootropic L-theanine, and Polynesian noni fruit extract. In this blog post, we'll discuss the importance of antioxidants and metabolism related to the regular consumption...
Drank too much? How Hangover Happens + greenteaHAWAII for Recovery
We've looked into why our functional tea drink works as a hangover recovery drink, but first... What's with the all the beer & whiskey? Historically, St. Patrick's Day was originally a religious holiday commemorating the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. However, over time, it has become a more secular celebration of Irish culture and heritage. Drinking alcohol has long been a part of Irish culture, and many people celebrate St. Patrick's Day by enjoying a pint of Irish beer or whiskey – sometimes more. St. Patrick’s Day has become popular in the United States for people of all backgrounds to...
Great Aloha Run Returns!
greenteaHAWAII was at the Sports, Health, and Fitness Expo held February 18 - 19 at the Blaisdell Exhibit Hall in Honolulu. Owner & President, Chris Boling is pictured with long-time customer who enjoyed on-site savings shopping at the event. The event was followed by the Great Aloha Run, returning for the first-time since 2020.
The Science of Surfing & the End of 7-Year Hiatus: Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational
What makes surfing possible? A wave is a disturbance that travels through space and time, typically on the surface of a body of water. It is characterized by its height, length, and period (the time it takes for two successive crests to pass a fixed point). Various factors, including wind, earthquakes, and underwater landslides, can cause waves. On the other hand, a swell is a long-period wave that has traveled some distance from its point of origin. Swells are typically caused by distant storms or other weather systems and can travel for thousands of miles before reaching the shore. They...