For most people, it is a good habit to drink tea often since it brings a number of health benefits, which include helping prevent and manage type 2 diabetes, a rat study shows. However, this effect varies from tea to tea. And studies have shown that green tea works best for diabetes prevention. What’s more, it helps diabetic patients control blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of complications too. Continue reading Is Green Tea Good for Diabetic Patients?
Green tea’s potential health benefits are enormous and people around the world drink it on daily basis for a number of purposes, such as helping heart, improving weight loss, fighting cancer, boosting memory, and so on. However, it was reported that some people might have diarrhea after drinking this beverage. So, does green tea cause loose stools? Continue reading Can Drinking Green Tea Cause Diarrhea?
Green tea, made from Camellia sinensis leaves, has long been considered a magic drink in China since it is beneficial to human health. In the era of globalization today it has become popular in Western countries too. Experts have many explanations for this popularity, but a key reason is that it can really help with weight loss naturally. More than that, scientists have been studying its potential effects for quite a while and claim that it can be used to treat cataracts, cancer and other diseases. Continue reading How Green Tea Can Help You Lose Weight Naturally?
First off, this is an awesome healthy dietary habit to regularly drink green tea since drinking 4 cups of it per day can improve the health of regular tea drinkers. This idea seems uncontroversial and widely accepted now since there is much scientific evidence available. On the contrary, when it comes to the question of “should I drink green tea before or after a meal”, there is still a large debate. In fact, many nutritionists argues that both are not recommended, especially when you drink too much of it or simply too close to the meal time. Continue reading Is it better to Drink Green Tea before or after a Meal?
Many of you, let alone those who are trying to lose weight, are well aware of the benefits of drinking green tea. No wonder you love to sip a cup of warm tea immediately after a meal. Of course, this is because you tend to believe that by doing so it can mainly help lose weight, cleanse the mouth, and promote digestion. However, the bad news is that drinking it immediately after meals can cause an increase in the risk of anemia. At this moment you might ask when the best timing is to have your green tea, right? Well, now we’re going to go in great details about it. Continue reading When is it best to Drink Green Tea?
Many of you may believe that drinking hot green tea after a meal can help digestion and weight loss, in particular when you’ve eaten lots of fatty or fried foods and your stomach begins to get a little unsettled. However, there’s some who doubt this viewpoint too. So, is having a cup of green tea immediately after meals helpful? Before the discussion, first let’s briefly cover the facts about this beverage – one of the most favorited drinks in the world. Continue reading Is it good to Drink green Tea after a Meal?
Probably you need to dry out tea leaves in mainly 2 cases – the new and the damp. As for the latter situation, you may do it either for reuse or for getting rid of moisture after the exposure. In either case, you have to find a good method to dehydrate them if you want to keep as much color, smell, and taste as possible. Otherwise, there’s only one thing you can do – throw the moldy loose tea leaves or a brewed tea bag away. So why not try out these 5 tools at home before you give up? Continue reading How to Dry Tea Leaves at Home?
Is drinking green tea good for your skin? Yes, it is. The answer to it is obvious. Many of you who have to sit at a computer for long periods of time may know it well that this amazing beverage helps shield yourself from computer radiation. So, are that all the beauty benefits of green tea? No, of course not. It is rich in polyphenols, which have antioxidant, anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and skin tightening properties. That’s to say, it can do far more than you think if you drink it or apply it over your face on daily basis. Continue reading What does Green Tea Do for Your Skin?
As the least processed type of tea, green tea is extremely popular around the world because it contains plenty of antioxidant polyphenols, which are the key ingredient that gives you more health benefits than other types, including the white, black and oolong. No wonder so many of you like to buy it in bulk and store it for future use. So, does green tea go bad? In fact, this is one of frequently asked questions on tea storage. In general, it is with a 2-year shelf life. However, if it is green the fresh one makes more sense. Otherwise it will deteriorate very quickly in flavor and fragrance, in particularly after the tins have been opened. Continue reading How Long Does Green Tea Last?
Many of you have no idea how to store green tea leaves especially after the pack has been opened. After all, the flavor and fragrance of the loose leaf teas will deteriorate very fast after you open them. In general, they can be stored at room temperature for about one year if it is kept in an opaque container that has air-tight seals to keep air out. In addition, you are recommended to use it up within two months once the airtight tea storage tins have been opened. So, what are the best storage techniques to keep it fresh for as long as possible? Well, before answering you’d better know these 5 taboos in green tea storage. Continue reading Best Way to Store Green Tea