Green tea molecule could prevent heart attacks
Green tea could hold the key to preventing deaths from heart attacks and strokes caused by atherosclerosis, according to research funded by the British Heart Foundation and published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
10 Side Effects Of Green Tea
In 2016, three days after a girl in the UK drank the green tea she ordered, she was admitted to the hospital for severe liver damage. Yet, advertorials abound telling you that green tea is the best thing to happen to your tea world. Used for centuries and known for its tremendous benefits including weight…
15 science-backed ways to boost happiness
Science reveals 14 simple ways people can feel more content. This coincides with the International Day Of Happiness, which was celebrated, Tuesday, last week.
Health benefits of phytonutrients - catechins
Catechins are a type of phytochemicals with antioxidant properties found in such sources as tea (green tea), red wine (from red grapes), apples, dark chocolate and cocoa.
Add Green Tea To Your Daily Routine
Green tea might just be the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is packed with antioxidants and nutrients that have serious positive effects on the human body. Here are some of the benefits of green tea that have been proven by research. 1. Helps Protect Heart Health In this area, studies have shown that green…
Beat arthritis with ginger, olive oil, grapefruit green tea
Ginger, blueberries, olive oil and green tea are among the 'superfoods' that help fight rheumatoid arthritis, according to new research.Scientists have compiled a definitive list of foods proven to combat the symptoms of the crippling condition.
Arthritis, alternative medicine and water therapy
Other natural food products that are effective against arthritis are the enzyme bromelain,commonly found in pine apple, stinging nettle and devil’s claw.
New toothpaste formula made with green tea that eases pain, prevents cavities
Many people pass on hot or cold drinks because they know they would aggravate their sensitive teeth. But current toothpastes designed for easing sensitivity do not have long-lasting effects.