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 …

Empire Brewing Co. in Syracuse launches second ‘tea beer’ venture with China | syracuse.com

By Don Cazentre | December 8, 2015 SYRACUSE, NY — Empire Brewing Co,. today announced its second collaboration with a Chinese company to make a beer using traditional Asian tea ingredients. empireherbs.JPG Brewing up Kuding-Ta IPA at Empire Brewing Co. in Syracuse: Ingredients include the bitter herb kuding (on plate at top), and New York-grown Chinook hops, bottom. The glass holds an infusion of the herb to be used in brewing the beer, a …

This $1,300 Connected Tea Infuser Has Raised $5.1 Million – Fortune

… floral, savory, and sweet flavor profiles as well as caffeine and antioxidant levels in loose leaf teas, and based on the user’s feedback saves those preferences in the app. When users brew a New tea that the Teforia machine recognizes, it can adjust the brew times and water temperatures to enhance preferred flavors and the chemical levels. With unknown teas it will rely on user feedback and then save the preference for the next cup. I’ve seen the Teforia in action at a booth at the Smart …

Cascara ‘Tea’: A Tasty Infusion Made From Coffee Waste

By Murray Carpenter | December 3, 2015 Cascara is made by brewing dried coffee cherries, which typically would have otherwise ended up as compost. “We have been throwing away this perfectly good coffee fruit for a long time, and there’s no real reason for it, because it tastes delicious,” says Peter Giuliano, of the Specialty Coffee Association of America. Murray Carpenter for NPR Coffee lovers may have noticed a New

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

By Joel Balsam | December 5, 2015 Trending News: New Research Into Yeast Hybridization Could Bring Forth A Beer And Chocolate Revolution Why Is This Important? Because if we were going through a craft beer revolution before, what will it be like when this breaks off? Long Story Short Research into yeast hybrids could make it easier to develop New tastes for such awesome things as beer, wine, whiskey, and chocolate. Long Story Are there two more boring words than yeast hybridization? Maybe not, …