Tea Field

Green Tea Tied to Better Cognitive Functioning

Green tea is known to contain antioxidants and nutrients that many believe enhance health and lower the risk of cancer.

New research now finds that green tea may enhance cognitive functions — especially a person’s working memory. The Swiss findings could have clinical implications down the road for treating cognitive impairments in psychiatric disorders such as dementia.

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Green tea may block lung cancer

Drinking green tea may offer some protection against lung cancer, say experts who studied the disease at a medical university in Taiwan.

The latest work in more than 500 people adds to growing evidence suggesting the beverage has anti-cancer powers and green tea may block lung cancer.

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The History of Tea

We often think that Tea is a very English drink, and while this is very true, the history of tea goes back a long time and offers great insight into the history of how the world developed.

Tea was first discovered in China, and it has traveled the world quenching the thirsts of almost every country on the planet. Tea is the most popular beverage in the world as well as one of the healthiest.

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