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13 Jan 2020
Recent study has found that drinking green tea three times a week could elongate people’s life and cut their risk of having a heart attack or stroke by 25 percent.
30 Sep 2019
Scientists at the University of Surrey have discovered that a natural antioxidant commonly found in green tea can help eliminate antibiotic resistant bacteria.
25 Sep 2019
Green tea is a healthy powerhouse that has taken the world by storm. It was first used in China as a medicinal herb and now consumed by millions of people around the world. ‍Even though it is considered one of the safest and healthiest beverages to consume, there are still a few side effect most…
11 Jul 2019
Recent studies have provided explanations on why omega-3 fatty acids in oily fishes, green tea, garlic, onion, ginger, turmeric and vitamin D...
4 Jul 2019
In recent times, several studies have indicated rise in cases of autism worldwide. The situation has been associated a combination of genetic and environmental factors including consumption of processed foods during pregnancy; expectant women not getting enough sunshine or rather vitamin D; and ladies exposed to solvent chemicals at work. Other reported risk factors during…
13 Jun 2019
We always hear about the importance of adhering to a well-balanced healthy diet; the healthy eating mantra is quite ubiquitous. But the reality is that not everyone is in tune with what constitutes healthy eating. When you think about your food choices over the past twenty-four hours, are you actually able to identify foods which…
25 Jan 2019
New research finds that oolong tea can damage breast cancer cells and that people who consume large amounts of this tea have a lower risk of developing breast cancer. Oolong tea may have secret cancer-fighting properties, a new study suggests. Despite recent advances in screening procedures and treatment, breast cancer remains both the most common…
Red-Wine
14 Jan 2019
An anti-ageing drug may be on the horizon, research suggests. Scientists have discovered a drug cocktail that clears senescent - or 'zombie' - cells from the body.
29 Dec 2018
The harmattan season is often the period when ailments such as colds, cough, catarrh and asthma are common due to the cold, dusty weather. To stay healthy and cold free this period, stock up on foods packed with essential vitamins and minerals that will help fight cold symptoms. They are preventative as well and will…
5 Jun 2018
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.
11 May 2018
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…
23 Apr 2018
Green tea extracts may cause liver damage, the European Union (EU) food safety watchdog announced Wednesday.The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) assessed the safety of green tea supplements from dietary sources.

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