White Tea

Going Beyond Water To Stay Hydrated & Healthy

tea. Less well known than its black and green counterparts, white tea boasts its own health benefits — along with a sweeter, milder taste. Because it’s processed from younger buds and leaves, white tea contains lower levels of caffeine. Even more important, when green, black, white, and oolong teas

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Create a Morning Ritual for the Diabesity Challenge

…stress hormones and improves the activity of white blood cells. To help you get a grip on stress, take some time for yourself every day. Pray, meditate, or listen to classical music—whatever relaxes and calms you—for 30 minutes every morning. Drink Green Tea and Coffee Multiple studies show that caffeine…

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Are Beverages Busting Your Diet?

…we’re drinking. To shed some light on this, I’ve compiled a list of common beverages and their calorie counts. * Water (8 oz.) — 0 calories * Tea, unsweetened (6 oz.) — 2 calories * Coffee, black (6 oz.) — 3 calories * Low-Sodium V8 Juice (8 oz.) — 50 calories * Gatorade (8 oz.) — 50 calories…

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5 Immune-Boosting Secrets Big Pharma Won't Tell You

…instantly. 3. Take vitamin C, a key antioxidant that helps support immune function by fighting free-radical damage and stimulating the production of white blood cells. It also supports healthy joints, connective tissue, bones, and blood vessels. Since it is water-soluble you can safely take large doses…

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Boost Nitric Oxide Levels to Improve Health

…That’s why nitric oxide benefits also include protection against dementia and other neurodegenerative disorders. Nitric oxide is synthesized in the white blood cells as well and is used as a weapon against bacteria, fungi, parasites, and aberrant cancer cells. In the gastrointestinal tract, it relaxes…

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More Weight Loss Secrets the Diet Industry Won't Reveal

…found that those with the highest intake had the smallest increases in body mass index (BMI). Good dietary sources of flavonoids include green and white tea, grapes, berries, apples, hot peppers, celery, thyme, broccoli, and kale. * Eggs can accelerate weight loss. Wheaties may be the “breakfast of champions…

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