Gimme a Tea! Iced Tea!

Summer is finally here and to me, there’s nothing more refreshing than a glass of iced tea to cool off. There’s reason to celebrate too as June is National Iced Tea Month! There are plenty of opportunities this month to gulp some down!   Tea has been enjoyed for centuries throughout the world. There are…

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5 Hot Drinks to Keep You Warm this Winter

Is there anything better than warming up with a hot drink on a cold winter day? From hot chocolate to coffee to tea, there is an endless supply of warm drinks to cozy up with during these cold winter months. You can add twists to old favorites or keep it simple and stick with the…

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Stay Warm with a Cup of Hot Tea

  January is the perfect cold, winter month to celebrate National Hot Tea Month.  Tea is the most popular beverage in the world.  It is has mild, comforting flavors and a number of health benefits.   Do you drink tea?   If you don’t, I’m sure you’ll change your mind after you learn about the…

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More Tea Please

With snow just around the corner, there is no better feeling than curling up by the fire with a warm cup of tea. That’s probably the reason why January is National Hot Tea Month. It’s only appropriate to celebrate the most popular beverage in the world. Nearly 3 billion cups of tea are consumed daily…

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Stay Healthy with Freshly Brewed Tea!

Are you a tea drinker?  I mean real, freshly brewed tea.  Well, if you are I am sure you have heard that tea can offer many nutritional benefits.  If you are not, give it a try.  Whether it is a hot, relaxing cup of hot tea or a cold refreshing glass of iced tea, this…

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Fall 2008: To Your Health

In this Issue: Fish Oil and Red Yeast Rice May Help Lower Blood Cholesterol Tea Drinking Associated with Increased Bone Mineral Density Have a Salad Plate as Colorful as Autumn’s Leaves 3 Great Ways to Fall into Fitness Be Wary of Gobbling Thanksgiving Calories Feature Food of the Month: Cranberries Healthy Recipe: Poached Pears in…

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Fall 2007: To Your Health

In this Issue: A Daily Dose of Pistachio Nuts May Lower Cholesterol Can Increased Consumption of Flaxseed Delay Prostate Cancer Growth? The Link Between Tea and Ovarian Cancer A Diet Deficient in Dairy May Influence Diabetes Risk Risk of Pancreatic Cancer Possible Among Soda Drinkers ‘Tis the Season for…Turkey! Feature Food of the Month: Chili…

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Helpful Tips and Ideas for Cooking with Tea

Never thought of cooking with tea? Well, think again! Tea can be a great addition to creative main dishes, desserts, and sauces. It adds great taste and provides many health benefits! The easiest way to begin cooking with tea is by adding it to freshly made marinades and sauces for meat, fish, or poultry. Helpful…

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