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Add a Little Tea to Your Day

January 26, 2017

Struggling to drink enough water? Just want to do something easy to support your heart health, stomach health, or overall health? Trying to give up sugary drinks or cut back on caffeine? Need a restorative break during the day? Do it all with a simple cup of tea. Morning, noon, or night, an herbal tea […]

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I’m not talking about wind or solar, I’m talking about what gets you up and moving in the morning. Caffeine is widely accepted as a way to start your day, but there are plenty of downsides. It may not go well with certain medications, or chronic conditions (like heart disease, certain hormone problems, anxiety, etc.), […]

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Fall in a Cup

September 9, 2016

Here’s something worth noting for the holidays: a sweet drink may be giving you more teaspoons of sugar than a small pastry. A pumpkin spice sugar drink might say fall to you, but here’s something healthier you can try: the fresh earthy taste of Jiaogulan tea. No added sugar but lots of antioxidants, Jiaogulan is […]

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Rethinking Summer Tea

August 1, 2016

Iced tea, iced coffee, blended fraps, those are the popular drinks of summer. But different places have different traditions when it comes to matching the temperature of a drink to the temperature of the weather, and there’s even some logic behind it. When you start a hot day with a hot drink, it gets your […]

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Simplify Your Drinks

June 20, 2016

If you’re visiting your local coffee or tea shop, many of the drinks you order have extra sugar, added ingredients (including artificial flavors) and sometimes, ingredients that may conflict with medical conditions or medications (like hibiscus, which is sweet and delicious and added to many teas and tea-drinks). To save money and make tea (and […]

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