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Want a Healthy brew? Have some Tea!

The most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water is Tea. Whether you like it strong or light, with or without milk, sugared or bland, with herbs or with masala it is undoubtedly the most favorite amongst all beverages. Even coffee lovers and health freaks who live on frui...

Beer guards against Colon Cancer

... it is prudent to suggest that beer, a low alcohol beverage brewed from natural, plant-derived ingredients which are rich in vitamins, amino acids and minerals, may have advantageous dietary effects and even chemo-preventive properties for carcinogenesis. He suggested certain ingredients in beer act on a mo...

Women on HRT should avoid alcohol

.... Comparing women who drank at least one alcoholic beverage per day, those who used HRT for more than 5 years ... concurrent use of HRT and more than one alcoholic beverage per day, also acknowledged that light to moderate alcohol intake appears to reduce the risk of heart...

A cup of coffee could hamper your diet

...his can save you up to 110 calories. Ask that your beverage be made with fat-free milk instead of whole milk. This saves you about 80 calories and up to eight grams of fat. Use a sugar substitute instead of real sugar. One teaspoon of sugar is 15 calories. Order coffee without whipped cream, flavored syrup, c...

Black tea said to lower cholesterol

... but tests are being conducted to determine if the beverage slows the body's ability to absorb LDL cholesterol, the scientists said. There was no effect on the level of high-density lipoprotein, or the good type of cholesterol, according to the study of a small group of individuals.This may indicate that dri...

Herb Found To Be Effective In Controlling Blood Sugar Levels

...ted and were given four test meals consisting of a beverage that contained the herbal extract on four differen...ed in the study. Results of the study showed the beverage containing the highest concentration of the herbal extract provided the most dramatic reduction in i...

Have green tea to prevent prostate cancer

...ancer preventive properties. Green tea is a common beverage for the Chinese people who have the lowest incidence of any kind of cancer. The researchers had presented their report in the 96th Annual Meeting of American Association for Cancer Research. , Green tea catechins, GTC, antioxidants, cancer of prost...

Caffeine can interfere with PET scan results

...e scan, as even a normal amount of caffeine in the beverage can cause distortions and present a false image. Reference: Saint Louis University, News release, June 2005...

Yet Another Use For Green Tea Extract

...y Recognized As Safe) affirmation, giving food and beverage makers in the US a strong signal of the ingredient...cts in this field. Medindia on Tea: Tea is a beverage made from the processed leaf of a plant whose Latin name is: Camellia sinensis. Some people who have...

The Link Between Caffeine Drinks And Obesity

...t on sugar metabolism is currently unclear but the beverage has been linked to a reduced risk of diabetes but it is not yet known whether this is down to the caffeine content or other compounds in coffee. Thus researchers conclude saying that the study is limited by its small sample size and the fact that ...

Fruits and vegetables found to interact with drugs in a dangerous way

...with medications. There are probably more food and beverage interactions that have not yet been discovered....

Pomegranate Juice Consumption May Improve Myocardial Ischemia

...group (240 ml/day) or a placebo group that drank a beverage of similar caloric content, amount, flavor, and color. Participants underwent electrocardiographic-gated myocardial perfusion single-photon emission computed tomography at rest and during stress at baseline and 3 months. Visual scoring of images ...

Tea Found To Boost Insulin Production And Prevent Cataract

...ucted on black, green and oolong teas, the popular beverage was found to increase insulin activity by as much as 15 times in the fat cells that was extracted from rats. The researchers believe that the protective effect of the tea in diabetic individuals could be due to the presence of an active compound fo...

Bisphenol A In Food Containers Has Adverse Effect On Brain Tissue

...industries resist the ban of using BPA in food and beverage containers despite the fact that BPA free plastics can also be used as an alternative....

Increased Fish market enables hike in fish pricing

...ntegrity loses. New Delhi's Taj Palace, food and beverage director Thomas Abraham said that few years back all categories of fish was not available, but now Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese and Indonesian restaurants menus indicate the availability and rising demand for all varieties of fish. The executive ...

Green Tea Consumption Found To Improve Clinical Outcome In Cancer Patients

... out of four adult leukemia patients who drank the beverage had an improved clinical outcome. An improvement in the while blood cell (WBC) count was also noted. The four study participants are believed to have switched to green tea consumption after hearing about the possible health benefits. The observed i...

Hangover Can Now Be Cured By Eating A Toast With Honey

...dehydration. Alternate consumption of an alcoholic beverage and a soft drink can moderate the adverse effects. Drinking a large glass of water before going to bed when you are drunks can be of great help....

Price Of Alcohol Does Not Influence Consumption

...alcohol is a 'complex good', composed of different beverage types - such as beer, wine and spirits - as well a...e the impacts of the broad distribution of alcohol beverage prices upon sales of alcohol. Our results show that higher alcohol prices may and may not cause redu...

Mummy Is Always Right: Nurses Research Prove It Over Again

...ns in temperature measurement. // Consuming a cold beverage or hot beverage was found to hamper the restoration of body temperature to baseline levels by 15 and 23 minutes resp...

Coffee May Increase Female Libido

... will be seen in only those who do not consume the beverage regularly, as it was seen in the experiment that the rats involved had never been administered caffeine before. While coffee raises risks with regard to heart diseases, it has a positive effect with regard to diminishing the cancer risk and also im...

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