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Green Tea for Better Health and Fresher Breath

No food or beverage is a miracle worker, but green tea comes close. With a host of powerful antioxidants, a moderate amount of caffeine, and traces of theobromine and theophyline, two natural stimulants, this tea provides maximum health benefits and zero calories per cup. 1,449 more words

Antioxidants

Green Tea in the Morning

While it doesn’t exclaim “Wake Up!, a cup of green tea first thing in the morning has helped me to find clarity and purpose.   370 more words

Catechins

Bix Reports: Tea And Apples Are Good For The Heart 

The healthful component of tea and apples seems to be epicatechins. Bix, the Fanatic Cook, writes:

“Other good sources of epicatechins, besides apples and tea, include blackberries, broad beans, cherries, black grapes, pears, raspberries, and chocolate. 147 more words

Heart Disease

Why Green Tea is considered a Healthy Beverage?

Loaded with antioxidants and nutrients, green tea has great effects on the body. Green tea benefits make it considered a healthy beverage.

Source: Why Green Tea is considered a Healthy Beverage?

Health

Eat It!

Eat It!

Pentecost 33

 

If you are lucky, your day began with a meal of something that passed for it.  Breakfast is considered one of the most important meals of the day if not the most important because it helps wake up the body.  927 more words

Catechins in green tea reduce stroke risk

Nutrition and Stroke Prevention

Making small but positive lifestyle changes such as adding green tea to your daily diet can lower the risk of stroke by as much as 30 percent.  593 more words

Stroke Awareness

green tea

Green tea is mainly known for its antioxidant properties due to the fact it is high in catechins. These catechins are 4 molecules with the most prevalent one known as EGCG. 212 more words