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Beat The Heat With Tea

Drinking tea can keep you cool on hot summer days. Here in New York we are in the midst of a heat-wave. The high humidity leaves us tired and exhausted. But you can cool down on a hot day by drinking a hot cup of tea.  Yes, a hot cup of tea can cool you down, but only under certain circumstances. How does this work? When you drink a hot drink, you actually increase the amount that you sweat. The increased rate of perspiration is the key. Although sweat may seem like a nuisance, the body perspires for a very good...

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A cup of Coffee or a Cup of Tea?

I'm sure you've heard that a cup of tea can fix anything. While it may not be able to solve the problems of the World today at least it can help you feel better and live a healthier lifestyle. A cup of coffee is the only way some people can start their day. The caffeine content in coffee is much higher than tea and some of us need that first thing in the morning.  The similarities between coffee and tea are similar yet different. Sounds a bit confusing but let us explain.  On a hot day tea can be very...

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The Popularity of Tea

Trends come and go but tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water, and can be found in almost 80% of all US households.

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Matcha - The Superfood!

Matcha - The Superfood!

Matcha Tea is a long standing tradition of Japanese tea culture, and the highest quality powdered green tea available. Made from the nutrient-rich young leaves picked from the tips of shade-grown Camellia Sinensis plants, it is steamed, stemmed, and de-vined before being stone-ground into very fine powder.

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Real Men Drink Tea

Real Men Drink Tea

Tea enhances your memory. Staying sharp as you age should be a top priority for any man. Tea inhibits the activity of enzymes which can break down neurotransmitters and create protein deposits that can lead to Alzheimer’s and dementia. Tea can boost the memory of healthy, everyday drinkers. It's good for your heart and the polyphenols in Black tea are also antioxidants that help block DNA damage associated with tobacco or other toxic chemicals. These antioxidants are different from those obtained from fruits and vegetables and therefore as a regular part of our diet they can provide additional benefits towards a...

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