Category Archives: Tea

Drinking Black Tea Can Lower Your Blood Pressure

Black tea is a common source of flavonoids, which have been suggested to contribute to improve vascular health.  Now, a small study conducted at the University of Western Australia has shown that drinking black tea three cups a day, which … Continue reading

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Green, but not Black, Tea Reduce Risk for Coronary Heart Disease

We have previous reported that black tea can prevent lung cancer and modest tea consumption can cut cardiovascular disease.  Now, another new study confirmed that green tea, but not black tea, has a protective role against coronary artery disease (CAD).  … Continue reading

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Black Tea Can Prevent Lung Cancer?

Black tea prevents nonsmokers from having lung cancer while milk and dairy products help deter lung cancer in smokers, according to research presented at CHEST 2010: American College of Chest Physicians Annual Meeting.  The researchers conducted interviews and analysis on … Continue reading

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Regular Tea Consumption Slows Cognitive Decline

A large longitudinal study suggested that regular tea consumption may slow the rate of cognitive decline in cognitively normal older adults.  When compared with non-tea drinkers, tea drinkers have a lower annual rate of cognitive decline compared with non-tea-drinkers, ranging … Continue reading

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Modest Tea and Coffee Consumption Cuts Cardiovascular Disease

The latest look at the effects of tea and coffee consumption on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality suggests that moderate intake of either beverages reduces coronary heart disease risk (CHD).  The findings were reported in the June 18, 2010 issue of … Continue reading

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Is Shark Cartilage Helpful For Cancer Patients?

Shark cartilage has been touted as a potential alternative or complementary cancer treatment for several decades. Dozens of shark cartilage products are sold as dietary supplements, but none have been studied in humans. A recently published study indicated that adding a … Continue reading

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Benefits of Tea in Reducing Cardiovascular Disease, Obesity, Diabetes and Cancers

Tea is one of the most widely-consumed beverages in the world.  Beside quenching thirst, tea also contains lots of natural ingredients which might be beneficial to the overall health.  This article reviews the clinical benefits of tea. Tea According to … Continue reading

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