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Ovarian Cancer Risk Drops With Diet Rich In Citrus Fruits And Tea

October 28, 2014

By Chris Weller | Oct 28, 2014 02:22 PM EDT Load up on your cups of tea and orange slices, ladies, because it just might prevent you from getting ovarian cancer. A massive new study spanning three decades finds the compounds in citrus fruits and tea lead to substantial reductions in lifetime risk. A warm cup of tea or satisfying piece of fresh fruit no doubt makes us feel better, but what’s really protecting our bodies is invisible and tasteless. Both items contain hearty quantities of flavonoids, natural compounds that help protect blood vessels from leakage, prevent cells from suffering oxidative stress, and stave off inflammation in the body. Without them, the body succumbs to easy bruising and frequent colds or infection. Their...

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Become Einstein: Green Tea Impacts the Brain

October 10, 2014

Does it feel like you’re always forgetting where you put your keys, wallet or cell phone? Do you return home from the grocery store without all your ingredients? Ramp up that memory by making green tea a regular part of your day. Full of antioxidants, this tea powerhouse may not only improve overall cognitive function but also keep dementia at bay. Recently, researchers in Japan studied how regular consumption of green tea impacts retention. For three months, 15 elderly patients added green tea powder to every meal while cutting out all other supplements. What did they discover? Green tea is a brain booster! Not only did the patients’ short term memory increase but the progress of deterioration slowed down. In...

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Share a Cuppa with Fido? Really?!

October 08, 2014

BY ANNE-MARIE HARDIE ON SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 ·  Does your dog or cat try to sneak a sip of your morning tea? Ever wonder if you should offer your pet its own cup? According to Dog Behaviorist and Canine Holistic Wellness Advisor, Karen Rosenfeld, you not only can but should give your pets their own cup of tea. “Tisanes can be antibacterial, antifungal, antispasmodic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and even an antidepressant,” said Rosenfeld. “It is just amazing what tea offers for our pets.” To optimize the health benefits of a tisane, choose organic when available or use fresh herbs from your garden. In addition, pay careful attention to the size of your pet, adjusting the dose accordingly. Rosenfeld...

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Share the Love of a Cup of Tea with Your Children

October 02, 2014

Author -ANNE-MARIE HARDIE ON OCTOBER 2, 2014  Tea is so much more than a beverage quickly consumed. It’s a delightful aroma, a taste that tantalizes the tongue and a soothing ritual. What better way to enhance your tea drinking experience than to share it with your child? “Sharing an experience like having a cup of tea is an amazing way to bond with your child,” said Chiara Johnson, Professor, Early Childhood Education. Preparing and sharing tea encourages parents to slow down. Have fun involving your child with the planning process, and immerse yourself in both the preparation and drinking of tea. Family rituals can be as simple as catching up at the end of the school day over a cup of tea,...

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