Green tea now associated with lower stroke risk

Yoshihiro Kokubo, the lead author of a new study that followed over 80,000 Japanese adults for an average period of 13 years and found that  those who drank increasing daily amounts of green tea, and caffeinated coffee,  had an increasingly lowered risk of stroke.Those who drank two to three six-ounce cups of green tea, compared to those who drank none at… Continue reading Green tea now associated with lower stroke risk

Drinking Tea linked to lowering likelihood of heart disease

As Inverurie Herald has found in a recent article, drinking tea can lower the likelihood that you will get heart disease. It was found that  drinking moderate amounts of coffee (two to three cups a day) was better than a little or a lot. With tea, drinking more than six cups a day was linked… Continue reading Drinking Tea linked to lowering likelihood of heart disease

Have a little Chamomile

In terms of tea, you don’t get much prettier than chamomile. Those delicate yellow flowers mixing in with the heat and the steam, settling into that warm yellow, that delicate aroma and when you finally drink it – it tastes like spring blurring into summer. The all enveloping warmth, the sweetness, the flowers – and… Continue reading Have a little Chamomile