Recent finding published in the Diabetologia Journal concludes that consumption of soft drinks increase the risks of type 2 diabetes. More importantly the publication also suggests that water or unsweetened tea or coffee are the best alternatives to prevent type 2 diabetes.
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Did you know that more than 15% of office workers in US & Canada have never made a cuppa for their colleagues? If you have a busy job, maybe you belong this group. Most of the time, you probably feel rushed in office, so you just […]
Ginkgo Biloba is one of the world’s oldest surviving tree species and has been used for thousands of years by traditional Chinese medicine practitioners as a healing herb to improve blood circulation. In the West, the tea is widely used to enhance memory and concentration. […]
If you believe that coffee can improve your performance at work, it’s not. In fact, it’s actually a silent career killer. Learn why you should sip tea instead. The Benefits Of Coffee Reviewed Many coffee drinkers drink coffee in office because it improves performance, but […]
Honeysuckle tea has been consumed in China for centuries for it’s effects against flu. Recently scientist from Nanjing university has confirmed through research this is not only a tradition. The Telegraph reports that: Trials showed that it could be effective against several variants of flu […]
Good news! Teasenz is soon going to launch a new blooming tea category offering tea flowers to wholesale customers. In preparation for this two new articles on blooming teas are recently released! Click the links below to read more: Blooming Tea Benefits How To Make […]
For centuries, all the way to present day, tea has often been used by millions around the world as a daily health beverage. However, research from the last 20 years show that the healthy effects of tea on the body may go much deeper than […]
Below a story of a coffee drinker that turned to green tea and shared her experiences regarding the health benefits.
What is Kuding (also known as Kuding Cha)? It’s officially not a tea but a herb that is different from the tea plant (camellia sinensis). ‘Ku’ means ‘bitter’ in Mandarin Chinese and ‘Ding’ means ‘needle’. This herbal drink has been part of the Chinese diet […]
Life can be really stressful. Whether you’re a student trying desperately to keep up with course work that seems impossible, a mother trying to juggle multiple lives, a business professional trying to meet tough deadlines- stress can take a major toll. That can manifest in […]