Have you tried this superdrink yet? 6 reasons why you must have more green tea daily

Have you tried this superdrink yet? 6 reasons why you must have more green tea daily

Coffee and black tea have long featured as preferred beverage options for a lot of people. However, rising awareness about the need to improve lifestyles has led to increased consumption of healthier alternatives such as green tea. The antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant properties of this variety of tea address several health issues — ranging from bad breath to blood pressure. In fact, given our sedentary lifestyle and increased intake of fast foods, green tea is today more important than ever. A recent study published online in The FASEB Journal suggests that green tea could help alleviate…

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How green broccoli and cabbage may prevent cancer

How green broccoli and cabbage may prevent cancer

Fresh fruits and green vegetables are said to help prevent or treat cancer to a certain extent. Among them are broccoli or brassica vegetable contain strong cancer fighting agent. According to a study by a US university, consuming green broccoli or cabbage three to four times a day can lower the risk of cancers and other degenerative diseases. Scientists from the University of Illinois identified genes in broccoli that check the growth of phenolic compounds linked with reduced risk of several types of cancer, besides other illness. As the phenolic…

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Good news! Green tea may benefit people with bone-marrow disorders

Good news! Green tea may benefit people with bone-marrow disorders

The green tea that you drink to lose those extra pounds has many other powerful effects as a compound found in this ‘super-drink’ may have a life saving potential for people with bone-marrow disorders, reveals a study. The research appeared in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis in the U.S. and their German collaborators found that a compound epigallocatechine-3-gallate (EGCG), a polyphenol found in green tea leaves, may be of particular benefit to patients struggling with multiple myeloma and amyloidosis, often-fatal medical complications associated…

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Sip on Green Tea: It Could Protect Those With Bone Marrow Disorders

Sip on Green Tea: It Could Protect Those With Bone Marrow Disorders

Love sipping green tea? You are doing wonders for your health. This elixir is loaded with miraculous properties that are not only good for detoxifying, weight loss, de-stressing and glowing skin but also in helping you fight the risks of several major diseases. Green tea contains natural agents like catechins, polyphenols and antioxidants that help in effectively carrying out various functions of the body, including fighting against harmful free radicals. It’s not without reason that health experts recommend including green tea in one’s daily diet. For first timers, it may take…

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Top Health Stories at 3pm, Feb 7: Weight Gain and Cancer, Green Tea, Obesity in Couples and Back Pain Drugs

Top Health Stories at 3pm, Feb 7: Weight Gain and Cancer, Green Tea, Obesity in Couples and Back Pain Drugs

Prevent gaining weight to avoid diabetes With a fall in the rate of obesity, the likelihood of getting susceptible to diabetes will also fall considerably. Experts at the University of Cambridge in England recently found that those who gained weight but managed to maintain it were at a lesser risk of developing diabetes as compared to those who kept gaining. Read more Green tea may help people suffering from bone-marrow disorders A compound found in green tea, called epigallocatechine-3-gallate (EGCG), may benefit people suffering from bone marrow disorders like multiple…

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Green Tea May Help Patients With Rare Bone-Marrow Disease

Green Tea May Help Patients With Rare Bone-Marrow Disease

Green tea is that health benefiting potion that fights a host of diseases. It is easily available in the market and is fuss-free to prepare at home. Regular green tea consumption has been tied to a host of health benefits. It is known to help the body flush out toxins and promote healthy hair and skin. Stephanie Watson of Harvard Women’s Health Watch explains how regular consumption of green tea can lower the risk of cardiovascular ailments including heart attack and stroke. Green tea is power-packed with natural agents like…

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Green tea variations, toxins harming kid’s development and 76% of world’s population ‘overfat’

Green tea variations, toxins harming kid’s development and 76% of world’s population ‘overfat’

This week was packed with some very shocking yet important health news. To ensure that you don’t miss any, we bring you a weekly roundup. 76% of world’s population obese About 5.5 billion people -up to 76% of the world’s population -are `over fat’, warn researchers. Are toxins silently harming our kid’s development? A child policy review study in US has reported that babies under two years of age are 10 times more vulnerable to chemicals than adults. Destress your 2017 with these 10 green tea variations Adding to your…

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Health Benefits of Red, Green and Gold Coloured Vegetables and Fruits

Health Benefits of Red, Green and Gold Coloured Vegetables and Fruits

It is that time of the year again when corridors are decked with holly and one is out and about, painting the town red in their best outfits. But with so many parties to attend, calorie counting becomes a tedious task. After all, the plum cakes and endless glasses of wine come at a price. A price tag that one repays in the form of additional inches on the waist. So, if you want your guests to go home with full tummies and yet have a healthy start to the…

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How to make green superfood shakshuka

How to make green superfood shakshuka

Shakshuka! Even the name sounds juicy and delicious. A one-skillet dish typically made with eggs baked in a tomato-and-red pepper sauce and spiced with cumin and paprika, shakshuka is—hands down—Israel’s breakfast favorite, says Einat Admony, owner of NYC’s Taïm Falafel & Smoothie Bar and Balaboosta. Easy to see why: It’s not just supernutritious (with heaps of protein and antioxidants like capsaicin) and simple to put together, it’s also low calorie. Plus, says Admony, the variations are endless: “It’s easy to adapt to your palette.” This recipe, from Admony, adds bunches…

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Green eating

Green eating

Much before man knew how to hunt or farm, leave alone adulterate or pollute, he foraged for food. It was as organic as it could get. That’s one amongst many other movements that the culinary world is bouncing back to in its effort to go green again. Sustainable food is the watchword in today’s polluted milieu with more and more practices geared towards eating and cooking clean. Into the Wild Modern-day foraging is hunting for exotic wild flowers, seaweeds, ferns, mushrooms and root veggies to add that outlandish touch to…

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