BENEFITS

 

Tea, YES. Benefits, NO.

Hi, it’s Simon. You know this: Tea is one of the most widely studied superfoods in existence. It has more health benefits published by more credible scientists in more prestigious scientific journals than any other health food. It is antiviral, antibacterial,...

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3 Reasons Why Green Tea Is Better Than Coffee

Ok, coffee is not the worst thing in the world- it can even be healthy in smaller amounts- but, let’s face it, most of us are ready to admit we’re downing way too much! If you’re out of bed early and staying up too late, you know that urge to reach for a second cup of...

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4 Myths About Tea You Definitely Believed

Growing up, I suffered from a series of health problems such as asthma and sleep apnea. The medical treatments I received soothed my symptoms on a superficial level, but none actually made me truly healthier or stronger. Being very young and refusing to resign myself...

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For The Love of Tea by Sarah Jane

This post about the health benefits of tea was written by Sarah Jane of The Fit Cookie. When was the last time you had a really great cup of tea? For me it has been a little while: I’ve been drinking a cup of decaf, low-acid, cold-brewed coffee each...

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10 Hilariously Weird Places to Drink a Cup of Tea

Drinking tea the conventional way is so 2015. This year, it’s all about cranking up those weirdness levels. Celebrate marching to the beat of your own drum with these 10 hilariously weird places to drink a cup of tea. 1. On a Tinder date. First dates can be an awkward...

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The Secret Ingredient for the Best Cup of Tea

Want the Best Tasting Tea? Start With Filtered Water There are many factors that go into making an exceptional cup of tea. The quality of the tea leaves. The brew time. The water temperature. The water quality. After several years of research and experimentation, I...

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Camellia Sinensis: Mother of 5 Teas

Camellia loves tropical weather. You can usually find her hanging with her buds high in the mountains of East Asia or India. Sometimes you will find her in far off tropical places where the weather is just right. She’s sturdy. She’s resilient. She pulls through even...

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