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 …

Vegan Chocolate Coconut Ice Cream

By Kathryn Budig | December 8, 2015 Yoga star Kathryn Budig is known for her ability to make yoga accessible and playful through her teaching and writings, but her skills extend beyond the yoga mat — all the way to the kitchen. Below, she shares her recipe for vegan chocolate coconut ice cream. Delicious, dairy-free ice cream coming your way. (Photos: Cynthia Groseclose) I would happily eat ice cream every day for the rest of my life

Research Into Yeast Hybrids Could Mean More Brews And Better Chocolate – AskMen

… but when you hear how new research into it could change all the best foods in life, you’ll be singing these two words. First off, a little primer; yeast is essential to the process of fermentation. When we combine two yeast species like the two Patagonian strains that combined naturally 500 years ago, we get the key ingredient for awesome things like lager beer — the most consumed alcoholic beverage the world over, reports Phys.org. But yeast strains don’t usually come together on their …

A Maddening Tea Party 

By Layla Eplett | October 29, 2015 Maybe Alice was mad to be in Wonderland but she was really mad when she left the Mad Tea Party.  Leaving the party, she vowed never to return and declared, “It’s the stupidest tea-party I ever was at in all my life!” Manners were paramount when Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was published 150 years ago. In Lewis Carroll’s subversive take on the British culture, authority, social convention, and conformity were all subject to parody and the Mad Tea …