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

By Lorie Johnson | December 11, 2015 Not many substances are as widely studied as tea. Now, the verdict is in. The bottom line: if you’re not drinking tea on a regular basis, it might be a habit worth starting. That’s because when it comes to your health, tea packs a powerful punch. Combined studies examining literally hundreds of thousands of tea drinkers led a vast array of scientists to conclude that a consistent dose of tea is  good for the body. Most of the research was …

Meet the women using coffee to answer all your beauty needs

By Sian Ranscombe | December 7, 2015 MESSY BUT EFFECTIVE: FRANK BODY’S BODY SCRUBS Next month, in the first few days of 2016, what’s the betting you or someone you know will try to give up coffee? Even though you know the green tea alternative tastes like pond and you can’t remember whether the current wisdom is that it’s good or bad for you, you will still try and fail to cut down on that caffeine habit. But three Australian …

Why Cold Brew Coffee May Be Better for You Than Hot Coffee | FWx

… among its other beneficial characteristics, can help you avoid some serious stomach problems. Fifty-four million Americans suffer from heartburn and three quarters of them link this problem to their daily coffee habit. Cold brew lessens the blow by typically being about one third less acidic than its hot counterpart. Less aggravation of the stomach fluids means less reflux and thus fewer chances of developing a more serious condition like esophageal cancer. The acid in coffee is also linked to …

Yes, Tea Can Get You Drunk. Here’s How.: The Daily Details: Blog : Details

… freelancing in cafes, this was probably my destiny. The same way your most annoying friends talk about beans, grinding, and percolation, I talk about leaves, processing, and steeping. And like all intolerable foodies, I spend an unfortunate amount of time trawling tea blogs to better understand my habit and hunt down new fixations. A while back, while scoping out new teas (and dreaming of America’s slow transformationinto a Camellia sinensis nation), I came across an odd term: tea …

Belfast Briefing: Business success was in the tea leaves

By Francess McDonnell | April 14, 2015 Like a lot of people Oscar Woolley has a habit of popping the kettle on and making a cup of tea when he needs inspiration. But he is a little more discerning than most when it comes to his choice of tea – in fact Woolley is very specific about his favourite brew. It has to be a high quality, loose tea and he is really only happy to drink from a portfolio of more than 45 blends and herbal infusions. Lucky for Woolley then that he is a founder of the …