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Yerba mate's beneficial effects on cellular energy and lipid metabolism linked to weight

(Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News) Researchers have shown that use of the dietary supplement yerba mate over an extended period had significant effects on body weight and weight gain and was associated with lower levels of blood lipids and insulin in obese mice fed a high-fat diet.

Energy Drink Company Prime Mate Shutters After Accusations Levelled at Co-Owner

The other owner calls it quits Montreal-based producer of yerba mate energy drink Prime Mate is set to be liquidated, following an accusation of sexual assault directed at one of the company’s owners in recent weeks. A couple of weeks...Show More Summary

Muni Bus And Yerba Mate Truck Collide On Castro, Injuring 9

Some members of the media identified it as a beer delivery truck, but that is clearly fake news. [ more › ]

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Piping hot drinks may lead to cancer of the esophagus

Drinking piping hot coffee, tea and the caffeine-infused beverage yerba mate probably causes cancer, the World Health Organization has announced.

Blast from the Past: Sharing the Strong, Distinctive Taste of Yerba Mate

2 years agoFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

A trip to the Dobra tea house has a way of gathering all the elements of the day and making them a part of the tea-drinking experience.  We drink beverages distractedly throughout our multi-tasking lives all the time, but a tea house...Show More Summary

Wingtip - Eventually

Sounds like: Madeon, Daft Punk, Bee's Knees Song: Wingtip - Eventually What's so good? Picture your perfect day. Mine starts with a cup of Yerba Maté followed by a long trail run though the forest. I'd drive to an unfamiliar city by the ocean and spend the day exploring small cafés, shops and used book stores. Show More Summary

How to Drink Yerba Mate in South America

For some South Americans, a well-prepared mate will replace a morning coffee just as well as a 5 o’clock tea. The best part? It’s naturally caffeinated leaves give drinkers stimulation in the form of a balanced sense of focus and alertness that lasts throughout the day.

Finance Innovation: The Next Frontier in Fair-Trade Supply Chains

How can smaller-scale, fair-trade suppliers like Guayaki’s yerba mate farmers get the financing they need to meet market demand? Social finance and fair trade leaders are working on solutions to this critical funding gap.

What Prison, Poetry, and a Redhead Have in Common

Visit the Website I'm often asked how I ended up spending so much time involved with prisons. I'm a red headed, yerba mate drinking feminist, certified yoga instructor who wears hoop earrings, rocks chuck, and hangs out regularly with people with felony records. Show More Summary

Is Yerba Mate the New "It" Superfood?

If you've heard the buzz around yerba mate tea but aren't sure what it's all about, Shape is here to tell you! Here's why this South American tea might be the new "It" superfood. Move over, kale, blueberries, and salmon: there's a new superfood on the health scene. Show More Summary

Tea Tuesdays: Gift Of The Moon, Bane Of The Spanish — The Story Of Yerba Mate

Legend has it the moon gifted this drink to the Guaraní people of South America. It was banned by the colonial government. The Jesuits made it their most profitable crop. Oh, and the pope drinks it.

Olympian Is an Entrepreneur Behind Energy Tea Startup

MateBrosOlympian Sam Mikulak co-founded a firm to make yerba mate, an energy tea. Start-up company MateBros was born when Alex Anunciation invited two friends, Sam Mikulak and Jordan Gaarenstroom, over to try a tea he had discovered called yerba mate. It was an odd experience for the boys, then just 16. Show More Summary

You’re Invited: Join the Coolest Virtual Field Trip to Mars

What do a dove, a yerba mate cup, a cowboy boot, a wooden dance mask, and a PlayStation4 video game console have in common?  They’re the items that middle school students from Washington, DC, Argentina, Texas, Nicaragua, and New Jersey said they would each bring with them to Mars, to represent...

You’re Invited: Join the Coolest Virtual Field Trip to Mars

This Viking 1 orbiter image shows the thin atmosphere of Mars. [NASA photo] What do a dove, a yerba mate cup, a cowboy boot, a wooden dance mask, and a PlayStation4 video game console have in common?  They’re the items that middle school...Show More Summary

Review: Hawaiian Ola Noni Energy and Immunity

Ola! Yerba Mate! Green tea! Hawaiian Ola’s Noni energy and immunity shots sure do sound like they’re going to be good for you. Packed with organic, GMO-free juices from a bunch of crazy looking Hawaiian fruits, these now-familiar shots are … Continue reading ?

Newswire: The Directors Guild liked Gravity and Breaking Bad the most this year

The babbling chorus of opinion on this year’s best movies was briefly hushed this weekend by the Directors Guild, which whipped out its bullhorn and demanded quiet and that special yerba mate it likes. It also announced that GravityShow More Summary

Guayaki Yerba Mate Commercial

Perhaps not a commercial, in the strictest sense of the word, since it does run a bit long for that sort of thing. But here are some reasons to drink yerba mate from Guayaki, one of the big guns in the industry. Adagio Teas - Best Tea Online

Should You Swap Out That Iced Coffee For Yerba Mate?

5 years agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

If you find yourself overloading on dehydrating coffee beverages in the Summer, it might be time to refresh your morning routine and swap in some iced mate, a South American tea beverage that comes from the mate plant. Watch this video to get the facts about the benefits, the potential risks, and best mate practices in general.

Yerba Mate: Does the Calming Buzz Come at an Unhealthy Price?

5 years agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Yerba mate, a South American tea derived from the dried leaves of the mate plant, promises drinkers a calm, focused caffeinated feeling - without the jittery buzz that comes from too much coffee. Used for centuries as a social and medicinal...Show More Summary

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