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

… exfoliant. Many hours of research later and the trio (along with Rowley and fifth brain behind the project Alex Boffa) discovered that besides numerous DIY coffee scrub recipes online, no companies had spotted this apparent gap in the market. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: Source: Meet the women using coffee to answer all your beauty needs …

The woman who built a coffee empire from a small town – BBC News

… the biggest retail success stories in Canada, its distinct black packaging appearing in grocery stores and cafes across the country, as well as in the US. The company is tight-lipped about its finances, but expects to roast more than 1.3 million tons of coffee this year and has over 85 employees. And in 2012, marketing research firm AC Nielsen ranked it as one of the top ten commercial brands in Canada, alongside national stalwarts like bakery chain Tim Hortons. To continue reading this article, …

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, …

A Maddening Tea Party 

… Party was no exception. In it, everything–including fundamental Victorian norms like etiquette–went topsy turvy. Edward Wakeling is the author of Lewis Carroll: The Man and his Circle, an appraisal of Carroll resulting from forty years of research. “Carroll was well aware of etiquette,” he tells me. In 1855, ten years prior to writing Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Carroll published Hints for Etiquette: or Dining Out Made Easy. It parodied the strict and stuffy rules …