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5 DIY Skincare Recipes That Include Matcha as an Ingredient

Matcha may be a buzzy food ingredient as of late, but the green tea powder is also a superstar when it comes to skin care. For starters, it contains chlorophyll, which is both an antioxidant and detoxifier. That means it doubles down...Show More Summary

4 Anti-Inflammatory Supplements Docs Swear By To Lose Weight Fast

6 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Add these anti-inflammatory supplements to your healthy diet and exercise routine if you want to shed extra pounds. [Photos: Shutterstock] “Green tea is a powerful antioxidant with high amounts of catechin polyphenols,” says Dr. Luiza Petre, MD, director of the Medi-Weightloss Clinics. Show More Summary

Green Tea Mania’s 10 Stocking Stuffer List

3 weeks agoFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

Thinking about good gift ideas for a green tea lover? Here is my list of few green tea products that are good for stocking stuffers. Other cultures have just barely scratched the surface of the many uses of green tea. The Japanese have quite a head start and are still discovering … Continue reading ? The post Green Tea Mania’s 10 Stocking Stuffer List appeared first on T Ching.

Matcha Green Tea Cocktails to Channel Your Inner Zen

My habit of sipping green tea began years ago when I lived in Japan. Green tea is the gateway tea to matcha, the more intensely flavored powdered version that’s used in traditional tea ceremonies. Though still used in tea ceremoniesShow More Summary

Lasagna: Alitalia vs. United Airlines

I’ve compared afternoon tea on British Airways and United. This week’s Meal of the Week compares lasagna lunches on United and Alitalia. #1: Alitalia (Madrid to Rome / August 2017) You’ll note the lasagna noodles are green. Usually that means spinach or basil inside the noodles. Show More Summary

Town halls and the rise of the organic green tea party

Over the last year a number of Republican members of Congress have returned to their districts and been screamed at during town hall meetings over health care reform, tax cuts, the various Russia investigations and any number of other hot-button issues. Many of these attendees seem to believe the louder the profanity-laced tirade, the more […]

These Amazing Skincare Benefits Prove Green Tea & Matcha Aren’t Going ANYWHERE!

Share this Post   Chances are you’ve had a cup of hot or iced tea before.   It’s a favorite of mine to sip on when I need a little pick-me-up!   Whether you’re a fan or not, there’s no denying that it’s everywhere.     You may or may not be an avid tea […]

Cult Favorite NYC Bakery Lady M Is Popping Up in Dallas

Green Tea Mille Crêpes are coming NYC bakery Lady M Cake Boutique boasts fans from around the world, and in just a few weekends, Dallas residents will be able to get their hands on its oh-so Instagrammable green tea crepe cakes. The cult-favorite bakery is swinging through Texas next month. Show More Summary

What is there to learn about tea?

Tea is not just a complex plant, camellia sinensis, that has hundreds of different cultivars and that can be processed into 6 ways (white, yellow, green, Oolong, red and black). Its taste will further vary with the season it is harvested, the way the leaves are picked, the soil the trees are grown on, how the plantations are managed... Show More Summary

Front Burner: Sample the Japanese Tea Standards

Five types of Japanese green tea are included in this set from Ippudo.

Medical News Today: How a green tea compound could prevent Alzheimer's

Researchers reveal how a compound in green tea called EGCG prevents the formation of toxic beta-amyloid plaques, which are a hallmark of Alzheimer's.

Black Tea: Origins, Health Benefits and How Does It Different From Green Tea

Some like it hot, and some like it cold, but cultures around the world agree: black tea is an incredible... The post Black Tea: Origins, Health Benefits and How Does It Different From Green Tea appeared first on Lifehack. Black tea is the second most commonly consumed drink in the world today. Discover where it comes from, why it's good for you, and how to brew it.

In “Rest”, Charlotte Gainsbourg explores the sharp edges of grief

last monthArts : Prospero

CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG is full of nervous energy, switching from sitting on the sofa to the floor, pouring streams of green tea. It has been nearly eight years since the release of her last studio album, the critically acclaimed “IRM”, and her long hair has since been lopped off into a bob.

Here's what hospital food looks like in Japan

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Give birth in one of Japan's excellent state-funded hospitals and here's what you'll eat: Omuraisu, macaroni salad, chicken soup, squid rings, fruit, green tea; Salmon with mushroom sauce, soba noodles, rice, eggplant and beef, broccoli,...Show More Summary

2008 Menghai Spring Green Cake 801 & Deliberately Purchasing More Expensive Puerh

Menghai Factory has been producing this recipe of 100% Menghai area spring tea since 2005. It is a bit nostalgic seeing the wrapper because this cake was a common sight in Korean in the mid 2000s. Holding it in my hands today, I flashback to a time when I handled it 10 years before. Show More Summary

No, You Can't Drink Unlimited Amounts of Green Tea Without Consequences

Green tea is linked to many health benefits, but it can also cause unwanted side effects. Green tea is a popular beverage consumed worldwide.  In recent years, it has also gained popularity as a health drink. Green tea is derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant and comes in several varieties. Show More Summary

No Detectable Arsenic!

last monthFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

I have some good news for the people who’ve been following my heavy metal poisoning health problem. As you can see, the laboratory found ND – “no detectable” arsenic in my brewed green tea from China.  The sample that I provide to the lab was steeped at 185 degrees for … Continue reading ? The post No Detectable Arsenic! appeared first on T Ching.

The One Hot Drink You Should Have To Get Rid Of Belly Fat, According To A Doctor

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Boil water and brew some green tea! A hot cup could help you lose the extra weight that has settled on your middle. [Photos: Shutterstock] “Having a cup of green tea can possibly help with weight loss,” says Dr. Jennifer Stagg, naturopathic physician and author of Unzip Your Genes: 5 Choices To Reveal A Radically Radiant You. Show More Summary

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