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What gives green tea its cancer-fighting potential?

This simple refreshment – easy to make, pleasing to the taste, easily available and inexpensive – is consumed daily by millions of people around the world. 852 more words

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Your Cup of Tea

Tea is the most common but still a favorite and refreshing drink of the entire world. Green tea, herbal tea, black tea, strong tea, and white tea you name it and you have it. 71 more words


Matcha is a shaded grown green tea powdered green tea. It is produced by covering the tea plant so that they can’t be exposed to direct sunlight. 257 more words


Could Catechins In Loose Leaf Tea Be The New Black?

Catechins, the key to loose leaf tea’s most amazing health benefits, are a type of disease-fighting antioxidant and flavonoid found in the fresh leaves of loose leaf tea. 309 more words

"But I Hate The Taste Of Tea!"

This is a disturbing situation. As many of you know, I’m a registered nurse and  I care physically for patients in a hospital setting. Someone proclaiming that they “hate the taste of tea” is obviously a head case; someone in dire need of an emergency mental evaluation. 657 more words

Health Benefits of A Banana

The banana is an edible fruit. Bananas are extremely nutritious; rich in potassium, riboflavin, niacin and fibre, and the rapid energy boost given by their high sugar levels means that they’re a great snack. 410 more words

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"Hey, Teacher- Don't Leave That Tea Alone!"

We don’t need no education
We don’t need no thought control
No dark sarcasm in the classroom
Teachers leave those kids… (huh?)

No, I didn’t intend to refer to the 1979 Pink Floyd song from album The Wall (but it does kind of get stuck in your head, doesn’t it? 464 more words