Tag Archives: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Green tea promotes brain and heart health

A recent article in the Huffington Post discusses how green tea promotes brain and heart health. The article cites a Japanese study that studied the relationship between green tea consumption and cardiovascular disease as evidenced by epidemiological studies. This “study of studies” found that green tea consumption was inversely correlated with lower rates of cardiovascular disease. […]

Tea is good for you

  The Tea Council of the USA reminds you that tea is good for you and that enjoying tea is a great way to rejunevate, warm the body, promote relaxation and enjoy the many health benefits associated with consuming tea. Approximately four out of five consumers drink tea, according to the Tea Council, which points out […]

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Should you sip or supplement? Which one has more antioxidant advantages?

Antioxidants play a powerful role in our wellness, in part because they help to neutralize the free radicals associated with aging and cancer. The polyphenols in green and black tea have been studied extensively as potential chemopreventive (anti-cancer) agents, with promising results. Does this mean we should all be sipping green or black tea all […]