For thousands of years, tea has been enjoyed by people across all cultures. In many countries, having a tea set is normal and a sharing tea with a guest is a sign of welcome. Beyond being a popular, refreshing beverage, tea also has many health benefits. Observational studies have shown that habitual tea drinkers who enjoy 2-3 cups a day have a reduced risk of … Continue reading Drinking Teas for Your Health
For many people, caffeine is what wakes them up in the morning and keeps them going on long, hard days. Whether it’s a luxurious cappuccino or a quick shot of Red Bull, caffeine is an integral part of many people’s lives. But is it healthy? What is Caffeine? Caffeine is the primary psychoactive ingredient in coffee. It’s found in over 60 different plant sources, including: … Continue reading Is Caffeine Healthy?
What you put into your mouth is important for your health, especially as you age. You wouldn’t want to spend all your time eating junk food and sodas, putting yourself at risk for high blood pressure or high cholesterol. Instead, you should be thinking about your food choices to ensure a healthier lifestyle. Less salty and fatty foods and more fruits and veggies, right? Fun … Continue reading Surprisingly Healthy Foods & Drinks
Aloe vera tea comes from the sap of an aloe plant, which grows in warm environments, and can be used to treat a wide range of things from a sunburn to digestive problems. Many people combine the sap of this tea with another base tea, such as black, oolong, or green tea. Prepared Aloe vera tea is also occasionally sold in health food stores by … Continue reading Aloe Vera Tea Made for More Than Sipping
For thousands of years, tea has been a major part of Asian culture due to its soothing, restorative, and refreshing nature. However, there are many reasons tea should be a part of your everyday diet. At the very least, it’s a flavorful way of getting enough fluid into your body each day. On top of that, studies have shown teas can help protect your teeth, … Continue reading One Steep at a Time