The Simplest Health Habit You Should Start Today | CBN.com (beta)

… conducted in Asian countries, on people drinking hot, green tea. The amount mattered. Usually people only experienced health benefits if they drank at least three cups a day. Dr. Patrick Fratellone is a cardiologist who practices integrative medicine New York City. He advises his patients to make tea a part of their daily life. “The active component in green tea is EGCG,” he explained. “And that’s a polyphenol that helps reduce cholesterol, heart disease, and protects …

It actually is rocket science: Scientists design a coffee cup for space – Quartz

… announced at the American Physical Society’s 68th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics in Boston. Thanks to the effects of microgravity, coffee-sipping astronauts have had to drink their morning brew from a closed container with a straw. But recent tests of six cups could soon make it much more familiar. Back in 2008, NASA astronaut Don Pettit used a cup he co-invented through the Capillary Flow Experiment to demonstrate how the fluid dynamics could improve fuel transfers in space. …

A look inside the world of coffee 

… Dream: Travels in the World of Coffee.”[/caption] With Sebastiao Salgado’s latest photo book, it is as though we have been invited to step inside and explore the depths of a silver treasure chest, one filled with black-and-white images of coffee’s most invisible yet most precious ingredients: its environments and the people responsible for its realization into coffee cups around the world. Salgado’s photographic journey, “The Scent of a Dream: Travels in the World …

Want a Better Gym Performance? Drink Coffee

… turns out, there are even more reasons why that jolt of java might be a good idea. Less Pain, More Gain Coffee, like good jeans and painkillers, is fundamental. It might therefore come as no surprise to learn that a 2008 study, conducted at the University of Illinois, found that consuming the amount of caffeine found in two to three cups of joe one hour before a 30-minute, high-powered workout actually reduced muscle pain. Less pain means a greater ability to push yourself, leading to better …

Kenya’s coffee hour

By Katrina Manson | October 9, 2015 Motorcycle taxi driver Ramaghan Suleiman with a cup of Nestlé instant coffee in Kibera, Nairobi – ©Nichole Sobecki Slightly stooped, with a table of cups in front of him, Kennedy Keya takes a spoonful of cold-brewed, unfiltered coffee to his lips. He puckers up and starts — with a loud sucking noise — to slurp in air and coffee against his tongue. Keya’s occupation, “cupping” coffee to …