- June 1st, 2014
If you’re overwhelmed in the beauty section, travel a few aisles over and scour the shelves for white tea extract. Researchers believe white tea may have the highest levels of health-promoting antioxidants.
- July 1st, 2009
Talk about a serendipitous event: Legend has it that chance brewed the first tea when Camellia sinensis leaves blew into a pot of boiling water. It was 2737 BC, and the accidental teameister who boiled that water, Chinese Emperor Shen Nung, concluded the new brew gave “vigor of body, contentment of mind, and determination of purpose.”
Get all the benefits of tea without curing up with a cup.By Bryce Edmonds
- September 1st, 2008
A new study shows tea does more than warm you up on a chilly afternoon. According to research published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, women (age 70 to 85) who were regular tea drinkers had a 2.8 percent higher hip bone-mineral density (BMD) than non-tea drinkers.By Emily Courtney
- January 1st, 2008
If instead of ringing in the New Year you’re sneezing, wheezing, and coughing it in, ’tis the season to fortify your immune system. Along with getting sufficient sleep, washing your hands, and stocking up on fruits and vegetables, our experts recommend keeping the following herbs and oils on hand to prevent and treat colds this winter.
Keep these remedies on hand to ward off winter bugs.By Gina Roberts-Grey