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Are You Worried About the Green Tea Caffeine Content in Your Beverage?

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 Joan Gosselin (January 16, 2009)  What do you know about the green tea caffeine content? The beverage that you're drinking could contain 20-40mg per 8 ounce serving. A few cups are fine, but drinking the beverage all day, as I've seen some people do, pushes you towards caffeinism. According to respected health experts, caffeinism is under-diagnosed. Doctors typically mistake the symptoms for actual medical conditions, .. (Tea)

What Are the Health Benefits of Green Tea Antioxidant?

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 Joan Gosselin (January 16, 2009)  What is the special green tea antioxidant that everyone is talking about? The unique green tea antioxidants are known as catechins. They are also present in some kinds of cocoa and some types of dark chocolate, although the largest amounts are found in the camellia sinensis plants, which are used to make teas of all kinds. Black teas are processed using heat and humidity. These .. (Tea)

Discover Valuable Benefits of Green Tea and Health

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 Joan Gosselin (January 16, 2009)  If you have questions about drinking green tea and health benefits that may accompany it, here you will find some of the answers. There is a long list of beneficial activities that the extracts from teas have been found to perform in the cells of the human body, but it is not just the green teas that are valuable. All teas from the camellia plants contain compounds known as .. (Tea)

Some Green Tea Fat Burner Facts

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 Peter Foremski (January 16, 2009)  While many of us enjoy a nice hot cup of refreshing tea, I bet you also never thought it might be doing you some good. Quite a lot of good as many studies have found, which includes those of us looking for ways to lose weight. The whole weight loss or weight control arena is awash with products and the latest fad diets which are flavor of the month. I'm sure we've all tried many of .. (Tea)

Does Green Tea Have Caffeine?

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 Mo Devine (January 15, 2009)  Someone asked me recently, “Does green tea have caffeine?" I thought that some of my readers might be interested in more than just a yes or no answer. So, here's the answer to does green tea contain caffeine, in a little more detail. Does green tea have caffeine content equivalent to black teas? Many experts say, “No". They say that black teas have a higher .. (Tea)

Looking For Green Tea Information?

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 Gordon P Hall (January 15, 2009)  Looking for green tea information? In this article, you will learn the facts, without the advertising claims that companies throw in. As something of a natural health expert, I believe that everyone deserves to know what they can do to prevent chronic and life-threatening diseases. Our medical system may be one of the best in the world, but they haven't found a cure for cancer. They .. (Tea)

Does Green Tea Have Caffeine, and What to Do About It?

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 Zach Zufall (January 14, 2009)  Green tea has been known for centuries to promote numerous health benefits. It has been consumed in China for the treatment of headaches, depression and a host of other ailments. You might have heard of the benefits, but you also might be asking yourself, “Does green tea contain caffeine?" Well, there are several answers to that question. To begin with, you need to understand a .. (Tea)

Uncover the Secrets of the Green Tea Plant

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 Joan Gosselin (January 14, 2009)  Camellia sinensis is the botanical name for the green tea plant. It is also the plant that most black teas are derived from. The difference in taste and appearance has to do with a process that is called fermentation, although it is not the same type of fermentation that is used to make alcohol. Basically, the green tea leafs are exposed to heat and humidity to create “black" .. (Tea)

The Benefits of Green Tea Are Best When Combined With Other Nutrients

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 Joan Gosselin (January 14, 2009)  As far as supplements go, the benefits of green tea extracts may be numerous. However, drinking the tea, especially the bottled varieties, is no the best way to get the benefit. The beneficial compounds found in the teas are called catechins. There are several different catechins, all of which have antioxidant activity in the human body. Unlike other common antioxidants, such as .. (Tea)

A Guide to Green Tea Information

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 Joan Gosselin (January 14, 2009)  According to the green tea information provided by some supplement manufacturers, the extract is a fat burner. There have been a couple of scientific studies that support this statement, but it is not the only thing that you need for weight loss and it is not the only extract that promotes fat oxidation or burning. There are other benefits of the extract, which I'll try to touch on in .. (Tea)

The Shocking Truth About Decaffeinated Green Tea

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 Joan Gosselin (January 14, 2009)  Is drinking decaffeinated green tea better for your health than the natural variety? Many people are making efforts to avoid overdoing it on their caffeine intake and that's a good choice, but proponents of natural healthcare advise that we choose decaf, only when we are sure of the method that is used to remove the caffeine. The methods used today include the direct approach, the CO2 .. (Tea)

Discover the Truth About Green Tea and Health Benefits

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 Joan Gosselin (January 14, 2009)  If you believe the advertising hype green tea and health benefits are like two peas in a pod. They go hand in hand, but some of these claims are a bit overstated. There is no doubt that the extract is good for your health, but single-ingredient supplements rarely perform as promised. Drinking the teas is not likely to provide any benefit at all. Here's what you need to know to make .. (Tea)

What is the Gossip on Green Tea and Health Benefits?

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 Gordon P Hall (January 14, 2009)  Do green tea and health benefits go hand in hand?  The answer depends on how much caffeine you are getting, total every day.   If increased consumption pushes you over the 500mg per day mark, then you may expect to experience insomnia, rapid heart beat, nervousness, anxiety, high blood pressure and other health problems. A little caffeine is okay.   Moderation is the basic key to .. (Tea)

What Do You Know About the Green Tea Plant?

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 Gordon P Hall (January 14, 2009)  The green tea plant is the same as the ones that black teas are derived from. It is called camellia sinensis. The difference between the two is that black tea leaves are oxidized using heat and humidity. The process is called fermentation, but it does not produce a fermented or alcoholic beverage. Green tea leaves are not oxidized. The plants originated in China, but are now grown in .. (Tea)

Do You Have Concerns About Green Tea Caffeine?

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 Tara Mathews (January 14, 2009)  Are you concerned about the green tea caffeine content of your tea? Many people want the benefits of this herbal drink but do not want the caffeine associated with it. Many people cannot or do not want this in their diet. There is a way around this and that is taking it as a supplement. Different types of the tea contain different amounts of green tea caffeine. The bottom line is, if .. (Tea)

Oolong Tea Slowly Gets Noticed Around the World

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 Edwin Bartolome (January 13, 2009)  The public's awareness of Oolong Tea (Wu Long Tea) may not be as great or as widespread as that of the green or black variants of the popular beverage. But chances are, many have already tasted this drink either in Chinese restaurants or in the homes of their Chinese friends. Oolong tea has considerable health benefits. It possesses huge amounts of polyphenol catechins - antioxidant .. (Tea)

Flavored Iced Tea Comes of Age As Trendy and Healthy Alternative to Coffee!

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 Edwin Bartolome (January 13, 2009)  Flavored iced or cold tea is the new craze that's sweeping America. Many say these are the new Cokes. These are basic black tea that's jazzed up with fruit or herbal infusions, and drank cold from tall glasses, cans or resealable bottles. In the past decade and a half, the ready-to-drink iced tea market has ballooned from just $200 million to over $2 billion in annual sales, according .. (Tea)

Do You Get Any Benefits Drinking Decaffeinated Green Tea?

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 Gordon P Hall (January 13, 2009)  Opinions vary about the benefit of drinking decaffeinated green tea. Primarily, the debate has to do with the process used to reduce the caffeine content. The most common method is called the direct approach, which requires the use of toxic solvents. In days gone by, benzene was the most common solvent used for decaffeination, but eventually it was learned that benzene causes cancer in . (Tea)

White Tea Health Benefits Are Gaining Wider Recognition

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 Edwin Bartolome (January 13, 2009)  The health benefits of white tea are slowly gaining the recognition they deserve. For years, white tea has languished in the shadows of its more popular cousins, green tea and black tea. Now thanks to wider exposure, the healing properties of this beverage are being discussed and analyzed more often. White tea got its name from the presence of silvery white hairs in the leaves and buds . (Tea)

Does Green Tea Have Caffeine in It?

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 Emily Rae (January 12, 2009)  Many people ask the question, does green tea have caffeine? Well yes it does. Not as much as in a cup of coffee mind you, but nevertheless it does contain caffeine. For those of you that recognize and want the benefits of green tea but you do not want the caffeine, or you do not like the taste, please read on. So, what is the problem with caffeine? For most people the answer is nothing . (Tea)

Find Out About Green Tea and Health

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 Peter Foremski (January 12, 2009)  These are no new discoveries where green tea and health are concerned as even the ancient Chinese knew about it's healing and regenerative properties long before us. Many such health claims concerning green tea still hold true today and numerous studies worldwide have attested to the benefits of drinking tea. Perhaps the most important health claims its being linked to in modern times .. (Tea)

Uncover New Details About Green Tea Extract Benefits

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 Joan Gosselin (January 12, 2009)  Green tea extract benefits the heart, the brain and the body's ability to burn fat during exercise. It also promotes insulin sensitivity, which may help prevent diabetes. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity that may help prevent cancer, as well as other debilitating diseases. If that sounds too good to be true, let's look at another nutritional supplement. L-carnosine, a .. (Tea)

The Green Tea Extract - Want to Know the Truth?

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 Joan Gosselin (January 12, 2009)  The benefits of green tea extract have to do with the antioxidants that are found in the plant. There are a variety of antioxidants throughout the plant kingdom, which is why you see all of the recommendations about eating a variety of multi-colored fruits, vegetables and berries. Some of the best health supplements contain a large number of these antioxidants. It's hard to get all of .. (Tea)

Top 14 Benefits of Green Tea Extract

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 Billy Q Hopkins (January 12, 2009)  According to investigation conducted by World Health Organization, among all the popular beverages consumed by middle-aged in most countries, chinese tea is chosen as the most healthy one. When scientific analysis is carried out on tea, more than 300 components are discovered, ranging from basic proteins, fats, vitamins, tea polyphenols, caffeine, lipopolysaccharide, etc. , which are .. (Tea)

Is Green Tea Caffeine Threatening Your Health? Find Out the Truth Now

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 Joan Gosselin (January 12, 2009)  If you're worried about the green tea caffeine content, you might want to consider a nutritional supplement that contains the extract, rather than drinking the tea. While the extracts can provide the concentrated antioxidants that would be found in an 8 ounce cup, the better ones contain little if any caffeine. You have to be careful though. Since one of the benefits is to dieters, .. (Tea)

Does Green Tea Have Caffeine Or Not?

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 Joan Gosselin (January 12, 2009)  Does green tea have caffeine in it? Does green tea contain caffeine in the same amount as coffee or other beverages? Here, you will find the answers to these questions and more. So, does green tea have caffeine in it? The answer to that question is “yes". But, the amount varies according to the variety. There are dozens of different varieties. Some are from China. Others are from . (Tea)

Uncover the Secrets About Green Tea Fat Burner

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 Joan Gosselin (January 12, 2009)  Looking for a green tea fat burner? Let me give you some information that you may be unaware of. The studies that show an improved fat-burning ability were conducted using young men during exercise. So, when those labels tell you that it helps your body burn fat, without exercising, they are misleading you. First of all, the cells of your body burn calories for energy. When necessary, .. (Tea)

Tips on Your Green Tea Dosage - How Much is Too Much?

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 Joan Gosselin (January 12, 2009)  What's the right green tea dosage to get the health-promoting properties? The correct amount depends on you age and your overall health goals. Here are some examples. They are excerpted from recent studies. In December of 2008, a Korean research group reported that the extract suppressed the body's ability to convert simple sugars into fat. Obese male mice were used for the study and .. (Tea)

What Are the Main Green Tea Health Benefits?

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 Peter Foremski (January 12, 2009)  It was the ancient Chinese and Indians who came across this plant and started growing tea on a commercial scale. They knew a thing or two about herbal medicines and recognized many good things about green tea. This article will briefly touch upon some interesting studies and reports I've recently stumbled upon. The first one contrasted a group of Japanese men who drank green tea for .. (Tea)

What Are the Green Tea Benefits For Radiant Health?

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 Joan Gosselin (January 12, 2009)  According to some sources, green tea benefits all of the organs and cells of the body. Of course, the sources that make the broadest claims about green tea health benefits are companies that sell the single-ingredient supplements. If you want the best value for your money and the most benefit to your health, a multi-ingredient supplement is the best choice. Here's a look at why that is . (Tea)

Do You Know the Benefits of Green Tea?

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 Gordon P Hall (January 12, 2009)  The benefits of green tea may include a reduced risk of various kinds of cancer, a reduced risk of heart disease, improved brain function, increased energy, less joint pain, increased fat oxidation and improved insulin sensitivity. Most of the studies have been conducted using cell cultures in the laboratory or animal models. Because of this, some sources say that there is no .. (Tea)

Some Truths About Green Tea Plant and Health Benefits

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 Peter Foremski (January 11, 2009)  Numerous studies and research carried out all over the world have attributed various health benefits when people drink green tea on a regular basis. While it's not perhaps new knowledge we ought to just take a cursory look at those claims, which includes a long list of medical conditions where the green tea plant is used. This article will investigate just some of them. Green tea .. (Tea)

Does Green Tea Have Caffeine?

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 Gordon P Hall (January 11, 2009)  If you're wondering does green tea have caffeine, the answer is “yes", but the amount varies. Here's a little Q&A that can help you make good beverage choices and even find the best dietary supplements. Does green tea contain caffeine in the same amount as black teas? Many sources will tell you that green teas have less than black, but that is not necessarily true. Some varieties . (Tea)

Wu Yi Tea - Proven Effective Dieting Method

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 Ralph Stimpson (January 11, 2009)  The market is crowded with energy drinks and other beverages these days. The makers of these products will claim that they can boost your metabolism and make it easier for you to lose weight. However, if you're informed about the energy drinks market, you probably already know about Ephedra, as well as the fact that it has been banned in the U. S. market because of the adverse health .. (Tea)

Green Tea Information That Could Benefit Your Health

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 Peter Foremski (January 10, 2009)  Rated as the second highest drink consumed worldwide behind water, tea has been around since the Chinese discovered the process of brewing tea leaves over 4,000 years ago. They themselves realized some of its health related properties which are now being increasingly verified by scientific researchers today. This article will briefly look at and discuss just a little of the green tea .. (Tea)

Green Tea Benefits - What Can Green Tea Do For You

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 David M. Johnson (January 10, 2009)  People have been touting many green tea benefits for years, and for good reason. It is the original super food, with a history of thousands of years behind it. It comes from china, from the camella sinensis plant, or tea plant. Green tea is one of the purest forms of tea; it is minimally processed, harvested while young and tender, and as such, is the source of a wide range of green tea . (Tea)

The Amazing Health Benefits of Green Tea

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 David M. Johnson (January 10, 2009)  By now, nearly everyone has heard about the amazing healing and health promoting properties of green tea, but do you know about green tea capsules? Who wants to sit around and drink it constantly? And what if you prefer to drink coffee as a part of your morning routine instead of tea? You don't want to have to drink both, but no one is asking you to give up your beverage of choice. .. (Tea)

The Lowdown on Green Tea Benefits

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 Tara Mathews (January 10, 2009)  Not many people today, have not heard of green tea benefits. This herb is becoming very popular in North America. It has been used in China for centuries though. They have used it to help treat many ailments and to help prevent future ailments. The Chinese have experienced green tea benefits for such things as stomach problems, headaches, depression, sleep disorders, general aches and .. (Tea)

Drinking Green Tea After a Hot Stone Massage Means Drinking to Your Health

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 Christopher Turley (December 23, 2008)  Is it possible to use all five senses actively during a massage session? The sense of touch is the most obvious one, which the massage itself of the therapist, actives. Next, the sound of relaxation music impacts the sense of hearing. The use of aromatherapy activates our sense of smell. Even the ambiance of the massage room itself can excite our visual sensory receptors. Finally, .. (Tea)

Herbal Tea - Drinking Herbal Tea Can Help You Stay Healthy

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 Caleb Liu (December 23, 2008)  It is never any fun to be sick with any type of illness but with the lifestyles most of us lead it does happen. There are peak times of the year when some types of illnesses just seem to spread like wild fire including the flu and the common cold. While you can fight it off with aspirin and cough syrup there are some very good natural remedies that you can reach for as well. A warm bowl . (Tea)

Tea - It's Good For You!

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 Scott McQuarrie (December 22, 2008)  Tea is good for you, researchers say. Still, they continue to study the tasty leaves and such components as tannin, poly phenols and various other antioxidants. Research is going forward on separate but related tracks, at institutes and colleges world-wide, to discover and catalog the use of tea against cancer and high blood pressure, and as a help in weight loss. There are other .. (Tea)

Ever Wondered About Organic Tea, and How It's Different?

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 Tina Pennington (December 21, 2008)  Organic products are being produced everywhere in the world. Organic items include fruits, vegetables, beverages and even organically raised meat. Here in this article we will be specifically focusing on organic teas. What is organic tea? Organic teas are grown without using any chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Natural manure is added to the soil in order to enrich it and mulch .. (Tea)

Why You Should Take Wu Yi Green Tea Source

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 Anamika Gupta (December 21, 2008)  The context of body health and the immense value of natural remedies like foods and drinks with medicinal value and direct medicinal value to the body when consumed appeals quite a many of us. Tea has been mentioned as one of those few natural plants that possess numerous health benefits that not only give you a longer life, but protects you from hordes of diseases and bad health .. (Tea)

Drinking Wu Yi Keeps You Less Stressed

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 Anamika Gupta (December 21, 2008)  The benefits the Wu Yi green tea is extremely high in comparison with other green tea products. This is a tea that not only nourishes your body with very important chemicals but also adds some life in you. This tea is associated with making your body to have a very good skin that is well kept and healthy. A health skin obviously is the key indicator of life in you and it is a clear sign . (Tea)

Is Black Tea Good For You?

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 Mary Rose Antonio (December 16, 2008)  Tea is enjoyed the world over, but every now and then this question arises - is black tea good for you? All true teas, including this widely known beverage, come from the Camellia sinensis plant. Whether the final product will be a white, green or even black, it is determined by the amount of time the tea is allowed to oxidize or ferment. Green and white tea are not oxidized and are .. (Tea)

Tea - The Miracle Drink

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 Joseph Devine (December 15, 2008)  In a coffee drinking society, one of the oldest drinks is often times forgotten. Tea has long been used as a medicine as well as just a drink to calm oneself from a busy day. However, there are many benefits in drinking tea that most people are unaware of. The first thing to understand about tea is that, although there are many “kinds" of tea, they all use the same plant as the .. (Tea)

Nettle Tea Health Benefits Are Now Slowly Being Rediscovered

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 Edwin Bartolome (December 11, 2008)  "The sting of the nettle is but nothing compared to the pains it heals. " That is a phrase that has reverberated for ages in the annals of historical herbal literature. And why not? The Europeans have been utilizing the nettle for its medicinal properties for several centuries. Now a new generation is poised to re-discover what their ancestors have known all along. The stems, leaves, .. (Tea)

Hawthorn Tea Discovered to Be an Effective 'Heart Tonic'

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 Edwin Bartolome (December 10, 2008)  Hawthorn Tea has long been regarded by avid herbal tea drinkers and herbal medicine practitioners as an effective ‘heart tonic’. The hawthorn tea is an infusion that comes from the fruits, flowers and leaves of the Hawthorn, a small tree or shrub that grows throughout Europe, North America and the northern parts of Asia. The heart-friendly attributes of hawthorn tea is .. (Tea)

Benefits to Owning a Tea Machine

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 M James (December 10, 2008)  Have you ever thought about buying your own tea machine but wondered if it would be worth the expense? This is a dilemma that many people find themselves in when they love tea but not sure how many benefits having a tea machine would provide. Understanding more about tea can help you decide if purchasing a tea machine would be right for you. High quality loose leaf tea is in more .. (Tea)

Drinking Tea May Help Protect Against Heart Attacks, Strokes and Other Serious Illnesses

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 Edwin Bartolome (December 09, 2008)  Ensuring that you include tea in the list of beverages that you consume each day may help strengthen your protection against heart attacks, strokes and other ailments. According to a review of studies by the British Nutrition Foundation, drinking about four cups of tea a day may help cut the risk of a heart attack or stroke. This finding is worth bearing in mind, especially with the .. (Tea)




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