The Health Benefits of the Japanese Matcha Green Tea
Many of us are already aware of the many health benefits of green tea, thanks to the high concentration of antioxidants. What most of us don’t know is that there are several types of green tea, some of which can be added to food rather than consumed as tea.
Studies Prove: Drinking Green Tea Can Prevent Diabetes
This study was based on a previous study conducted in Japan that found that people who drank 6 cups of green tea a day reduced their chances of developing type 2 diabetes by 33 percent compared to people who drank less than one cup of green tea a week.
Bake Sweet and Nutty Russian Green Tea Cookies
Although we way, from time to time, wring your ears out about how good green tea is for you, here's a recipe that finally makes it decadent! In this interesting spin on traditional Russian tea cakes, Matcha Green Tea powder is used to give the cookies a rich and sweet flavor that is to die for.
You'll Start Drinking Green Tea After Reading This!
However, green tea doesn’t seem to be a passing fad: It has been consumed all over Asia for centuries and over the last decade, tons of research has linked green tea to a range of health benefits. Below are 8 of them: 1.
Loose Leaf Tea vs Tea Bags: Key Differences You Must Know
Then, in 1908, a tea merchant was looking for a less expensive way to package tea for his customers and began wrapping his loose leaf tea in silk pouches. However, the customers had no idea they were supposed to unwrap the bag before brewing the tea.
Learn Why Black Tea Is So Beneficial For Weight Loss
You're probably very familiar with the fact that green tea has the uncanny ability to help you lose weight, but according to new research, black tea is also able to melt fat away by working through a different mechanism.
You Can Maintain Heart Health With TEA, New Study Finds
Green tea has countless health benefits, such as lowering inflammation in the body and possibly even cancer-fighting properties - a topic we have already touched upon in a previous article .
Does it Cost Green to BE Green?
Whether you believe that global warming is real or not, being green and saving on energy consumption is something most agree is good for the enviornment and consequently - good for all of us. We all dream of a green future, with clean air and plant and animal life abound for our children to enjoy.
Admire the Beauty of These Charming Tea Estates
Since then, tea’s impact on civilization has been nothing short of remarkable. Related: Recipes & Health Benefits of Different Kinds of Tea With rolling green estates and lush zigzag slopes, tea plantations all over the world produce our favorite beverage.
Reduce Inflammation in the Body by Simply Sipping This Tea
Well, in that case, tea is your best friend, as drinking green tea and various herbal teas regularly can soothe your organs and joints and provide various nutrients capable of reducing inflammation throughout the body.
Tea: A Drink That Looks Different in Every Country
Here are some of the different teas they drink in various countries around the world, each having its own special blend. Argentina: Yerba Mate A green tea packed with vitamins, widely drunk throughout South America. Customarily this is a shared drink, being passed around in company.
The Green Is In the Details...
Making your life more green is about making sure that you are contributing to your own oxygen supply. As more houses become more green, the better we are combating the pollution of our once clean air.
The Health Effects Of This Tea Are Tremendously Underrated
What Is Jasmine Tea and Where Does It Come From? Jasmine tea is a scented tea, with the base being green tea (very rarely white or black tea) infused with the aroma of jasmine blossoms.
The Ultimate Summer Beverage: Fresh Sun Tea
Some people love drinking warm tea during the summer months, but if you’re one of those people who prefers a refreshing icy drink, sun tea is the answer. Sun tea is a way of making tea by slow cold water brewing. This infuses your tea gently, with less caffeine, and less of a bitter taste.
Summer's Here: Tips for Fresh, Cold Tea!
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It's The Tea-Cup Gang!
It's The Tea-Cup Gang! animals, cute, photos, cats, pets, adorable, tiny, owls, teacup The Tea Cup Gang have been terrorizing small creaturs and critters all around the world, here are the only photos we were able to get of them - please help us stop this menacing group!
Dad Joke: The Salty Tea
Content Joke: A Hard Tea to Swallow joke A man was out to lunch with his friend one day....
Tea Collection: Health Benefits, Uses and Recipes!
All You Need to Know About Turmeric Ginger Tea Click Here to Read the Article Turmeric ginger tea is made by brewing turmeric powder and ginger root together in hot water.
Slovenia is Truly a Paradise in Green...
With over 55% of its area covered in trees, we feel it's earned its nickname as a paradise in green. Why don't you take a few minutes with us to look at the magical sights of Slovenia?
The Bewitching Beauty of Tea Plantations Around the World
Tea plantations are remarkable; their green, endless beauty can make the mind soar, and the heart sing.
20 Unique Tea Infusers that'll Make You Want to Brew Tea Now
Hello there, tea-lovers, have I got a treat for you! Did you know that tea is the most popular drink in the world? (Even more than coffee!) While most people use tea bags, tea connoisseurs will take their time and let the infusion brew for about 7 minutes to get the most flavor.
A Cup of Tea is a Beautiful Thing!
Cups of tea have been the hallmark of high society through hundreds of years. And during those years, many beautiful art pieces were made showing us this cultural icon. Below are some of the most beautiful examples of that fact: A Cup of Tea is a Beautiful Thing!
5 Delicious Teas for Asthma Relief and Respiratory Health
Green and Black Tea ( Camellia sinensis ) Both black and green tea come from the same plant, and both are rich in caffeine, antioxidants, and other plant compounds known to improve breathing and clear out the airways, as well as lower your risk of numerous diseases and aid weight loss .
The Ever-Green Bamboo Forests - Beautiful!
After the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima at the end of the second world war, bamboo was the first plant to come back, bringing back a touch of green. Go up these stairs and you'll arrive at the 'Ocean of Bamboo', Huangshan, China. This is a beautiful, and very green, bamboo forest.