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  • 12 Jul 2020
    CHINA GREEN TEA is a popular drink in Japan. The Japanese have known about the benefits of tea for over 1,000 years. In the writings of the 12th century Japanese monk Eisai, he encouraged the drinking of tea for good health. Tea plantations were then established in the Uji region of Kyoto in the same period. Japan has made an art form of preparing, serving and drinking tea, the world famous Japanese tea ceremony. Although tea has been drunk for over a millennium, today’s scientists are only just discovering why the drink is so special. They are beginning to understand some of the benefits that underpin green tea’s success in remaining popular for so long. proven_health_benefits_of_green_teaThere are two main categories of tea, green and black. Green tea is less processed and is therefore considered more healthy than black tea. Green tea plants are typically grown in higher altitudes. The sencha variety of green tea is the most popular in Japan and is made with whole leaves. Matcha tea used to be a preserve of the elite in Japan but is now readily available all over the world. It is made from green tea that is grown in the shade, so that it has higher proportion of chlorophyll in the leaves. This gives matcha its bright green color. Matcha team is stone-ground whole tea leaves. Green tea also contains amino acids. One of these, L-theanineis known to help people get to sleep. L-theanine was discovered by Japanese scientists in 1949. The amino acid is important in the formation of serotonin and dopamine. This are important chemicals in our bodies, which assist in achieving a calm state and putting the body and mind into a relaxed condition. CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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  • CHINA GREEN TEA is a popular drink in Japan. The Japanese have known about the benefits of tea for over 1,000 years. In the writings of the 12th century Japanese monk Eisai, he encouraged the drinking of tea for good health. Tea plantations were then established in the Uji region of Kyoto in the same period. Japan has made an art form of preparing, serving and drinking tea, the world famous Japanese tea ceremony. Although tea has been drunk for over a millennium, today’s scientists are only just discovering why the drink is so special. They are beginning to understand some of the benefits that underpin green tea’s success in remaining popular for so long. proven_health_benefits_of_green_teaThere are two main categories of tea, green and black. Green tea is less processed and is therefore considered more healthy than black tea. Green tea plants are typically grown in higher altitudes. The sencha variety of green tea is the most popular in Japan and is made with whole leaves. Matcha tea used to be a preserve of the elite in Japan but is now readily available all over the world. It is made from green tea that is grown in the shade, so that it has higher proportion of chlorophyll in the leaves. This gives matcha its bright green color. Matcha team is stone-ground whole tea leaves. Green tea also contains amino acids. One of these, L-theanineis known to help people get to sleep. L-theanine was discovered by Japanese scientists in 1949. The amino acid is important in the formation of serotonin and dopamine. This are important chemicals in our bodies, which assist in achieving a calm state and putting the body and mind into a relaxed condition. CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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  • 05 Jul 2020
    Many nutrition experts contend that pure water is the most healthful thirst quencher. While that’s certainly an excellent choice – and far better than fruit juices or soda, both of which can spike blood sugar and lead to weight gain – I believe there’s an even better one: CHINA GREEN TEA. An animal study published in Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis found green tea appears to protect against skin papillomas and tumors induced by UVA and UVB light. The study also reported that sun-induced inflammatory changes were “slightly lowered” by tea consumption. CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is also one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    5 Posted by baoda henry
  • Many nutrition experts contend that pure water is the most healthful thirst quencher. While that’s certainly an excellent choice – and far better than fruit juices or soda, both of which can spike blood sugar and lead to weight gain – I believe there’s an even better one: CHINA GREEN TEA. An animal study published in Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis found green tea appears to protect against skin papillomas and tumors induced by UVA and UVB light. The study also reported that sun-induced inflammatory changes were “slightly lowered” by tea consumption. CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is also one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    Jul 05, 2020 5
  • 28 Jun 2020
    Drinking CHINA GREEN TEA Cools You Down Drinking green tea during the summer really can help you cool down more than a cold drink will, and this is due to a number of different factors. Green tea is unfermented and rarely oxidised, two things that have been shown to have a cooling effect on the body. What’s more, having a hot drink such as green tea also allows your body to relax and regulate its internal temperature, thereby making you feel less hot. The opposite of what you might expect. Drinking Green Tea Protects Your Skin We all know how important it is to protect our skin from harmful UV rays, and we should all be especially vigilant if we’re going to start seeing long, hot summers like this one more regularly. Fortunately, green tea contains catechins, a powerful antioxidant, that can absorb UV light and help improve the skin’s resistance to it. Another welcome benefit of drinking green tea during the summer is that it can improve the elasticity and density of skin, which in turn can help reduce the risk of sun damage. You would need to drink green tea on a regular basis to truly experience these benefits, but can you think of a more compelling reason to trade in your morning coffee for a refreshing cup of Jade Tips Green Tea? Drinking Green Tea Boosts Your Immune System Summer is usually a time when we enjoy being active more, however, sometimes the hot weather can cause disturbed sleep, loss of appetite, and even a weakened immune system. The high content of vitamins and minerals found in various green teas can help give your immune system a much-needed boost, which is aided even further when consumed warm as this helps your body to absorb nutrients while promoting healthy circulation. Drinking Green Tea Aids Weight Loss Many of us wish to look our best for summer and it just so happens that green tea is a well-known natural slimming aid. When consumed in conjunction with regular exercise, the flavonoids and caffeine in green tea help to promote healthy weight loss by encouraging the body to burn more fat during a workout. While all varieties of green tea would provide this benefit, we could not recommend anything more highly than Japanese Matcha green tea to get the most out of your time at the gym. This is because when you drink Matcha tea, you actually consume the whole tea leaf and maximise your intake of all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients that it has to offer. Another reason why drinking green tea before exercising may help you to lose weight is simply that it is a hot drink. This may go against what some people may have heard, as even we have heard it said that cool drinks such as iced water can help speed up metabolism. Unfortunately, this actually has the opposite effect and it is warm drinks such as green tea that ensure your fat stores are used for energy. CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is also one of ourp roducts, welcome to your come and purchase!
    6 Posted by baoda henry
  • Drinking CHINA GREEN TEA Cools You Down Drinking green tea during the summer really can help you cool down more than a cold drink will, and this is due to a number of different factors. Green tea is unfermented and rarely oxidised, two things that have been shown to have a cooling effect on the body. What’s more, having a hot drink such as green tea also allows your body to relax and regulate its internal temperature, thereby making you feel less hot. The opposite of what you might expect. Drinking Green Tea Protects Your Skin We all know how important it is to protect our skin from harmful UV rays, and we should all be especially vigilant if we’re going to start seeing long, hot summers like this one more regularly. Fortunately, green tea contains catechins, a powerful antioxidant, that can absorb UV light and help improve the skin’s resistance to it. Another welcome benefit of drinking green tea during the summer is that it can improve the elasticity and density of skin, which in turn can help reduce the risk of sun damage. You would need to drink green tea on a regular basis to truly experience these benefits, but can you think of a more compelling reason to trade in your morning coffee for a refreshing cup of Jade Tips Green Tea? Drinking Green Tea Boosts Your Immune System Summer is usually a time when we enjoy being active more, however, sometimes the hot weather can cause disturbed sleep, loss of appetite, and even a weakened immune system. The high content of vitamins and minerals found in various green teas can help give your immune system a much-needed boost, which is aided even further when consumed warm as this helps your body to absorb nutrients while promoting healthy circulation. Drinking Green Tea Aids Weight Loss Many of us wish to look our best for summer and it just so happens that green tea is a well-known natural slimming aid. When consumed in conjunction with regular exercise, the flavonoids and caffeine in green tea help to promote healthy weight loss by encouraging the body to burn more fat during a workout. While all varieties of green tea would provide this benefit, we could not recommend anything more highly than Japanese Matcha green tea to get the most out of your time at the gym. This is because when you drink Matcha tea, you actually consume the whole tea leaf and maximise your intake of all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients that it has to offer. Another reason why drinking green tea before exercising may help you to lose weight is simply that it is a hot drink. This may go against what some people may have heard, as even we have heard it said that cool drinks such as iced water can help speed up metabolism. Unfortunately, this actually has the opposite effect and it is warm drinks such as green tea that ensure your fat stores are used for energy. CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is also one of ourp roducts, welcome to your come and purchase!
    Jun 28, 2020 6
  • 21 Jun 2020
    There have been hundreds of studies reviewing the effect of CHINA GREEN TEA on cancer, mainly as a preventive agent. However, it may potentially be used as a medicine to treat cancer as well. Many studies support the belief that the catechins (antioxidants also known as flavonoids) found in tea may prevent tumor formation. Studies have been conducted regarding specific types of cancer as well: Stomach and breast cancer: Green tea might be part of a treatment for stomach and breast cancer. A 2015 study found that a compound in the beverage, when combined with a drug called Herceptin (trastuzumab), may be used in the treatment of stomach and breast cancer. Additionally, a meta-analysis of studies found women who drank a lot of the tea had a 22 percent lower risk of developing breast cancer, the most common cancer in women.Prostate cancer: One study found that men who drank a lot of green tea had a 48 percent lower chance of developing the most common type of cancer in men—prostate cancer.8Colorectal cancer: A study of over 69,000 women in China found that regular green tea drinkers had a 57 percent lower risk of colorectal cancer which can form in the colon, rectum, or bowel.  CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    16 Posted by baoda henry
  • There have been hundreds of studies reviewing the effect of CHINA GREEN TEA on cancer, mainly as a preventive agent. However, it may potentially be used as a medicine to treat cancer as well. Many studies support the belief that the catechins (antioxidants also known as flavonoids) found in tea may prevent tumor formation. Studies have been conducted regarding specific types of cancer as well: Stomach and breast cancer: Green tea might be part of a treatment for stomach and breast cancer. A 2015 study found that a compound in the beverage, when combined with a drug called Herceptin (trastuzumab), may be used in the treatment of stomach and breast cancer. Additionally, a meta-analysis of studies found women who drank a lot of the tea had a 22 percent lower risk of developing breast cancer, the most common cancer in women.Prostate cancer: One study found that men who drank a lot of green tea had a 48 percent lower chance of developing the most common type of cancer in men—prostate cancer.8Colorectal cancer: A study of over 69,000 women in China found that regular green tea drinkers had a 57 percent lower risk of colorectal cancer which can form in the colon, rectum, or bowel.  CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    Jun 21, 2020 16
  • 14 Jun 2020
    CHINA GREEN TEA is a type of tea made from the same plant as black and oolong tea (Camellia sinensis). However, the leaves and buds used to make green tea don’t undergo the same withering and oxidation processes than those employed in these two other tea types. Green tea contains polyphenols and catechins, which are antioxidant micronutrients naturally found in plants. By reducing free radical production, they may help prevent several diseases. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is the main polyphenol found in green tea and has many potential benefits to human health. L-theanine, an amino acid similar to glutamate and glutamine, is another component abundantly found in green tea. It has been specially investigated for its potential to improve cognitive function and curb anxiety. Green tea is also a rich source of minerals . ProponentsHigh content of antioxidant compoundsApproved for genital and anal wartsMay help prevent heart diseaseMay help prevent some cancer typesMay help prevent diabetesMay improve cognitive functionMay improve oral healthMay help lose weight SkepticsInsufficient evidence for some benefitsMay cause adverse effects associated with caffeineHigh doses may damage the liverMay contain toxic levels of aluminumLowered testosterone, reduced iron absorption, damaged the pancreas, and enlarged the thyroid gland in animal studies CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcone to your come and purchase!
    18 Posted by baoda henry
  • CHINA GREEN TEA is a type of tea made from the same plant as black and oolong tea (Camellia sinensis). However, the leaves and buds used to make green tea don’t undergo the same withering and oxidation processes than those employed in these two other tea types. Green tea contains polyphenols and catechins, which are antioxidant micronutrients naturally found in plants. By reducing free radical production, they may help prevent several diseases. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is the main polyphenol found in green tea and has many potential benefits to human health. L-theanine, an amino acid similar to glutamate and glutamine, is another component abundantly found in green tea. It has been specially investigated for its potential to improve cognitive function and curb anxiety. Green tea is also a rich source of minerals . ProponentsHigh content of antioxidant compoundsApproved for genital and anal wartsMay help prevent heart diseaseMay help prevent some cancer typesMay help prevent diabetesMay improve cognitive functionMay improve oral healthMay help lose weight SkepticsInsufficient evidence for some benefitsMay cause adverse effects associated with caffeineHigh doses may damage the liverMay contain toxic levels of aluminumLowered testosterone, reduced iron absorption, damaged the pancreas, and enlarged the thyroid gland in animal studies CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcone to your come and purchase!
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  • 07 Jun 2020
    If you’re wondering when’s the best time to drink GUNPOWDER 3505 during the day, you’re in the right place. Green tea is probably the healthiest beverages on the planet due to the abundant health benefits. It’s the best drink for weight loss diet. But there are times you shouldn’t drink green tea to avoid its side effects. In this post, you’ll learn when is the best time to drink green tea for weight loss. In the Morning with an Empty Stomach? If you always drink green tea first thing in the morning, you might experience nauseous feeling or constipation. Tannins in green tea stimulate the release of gastric acid that could cause stomach upset. It gets worse as empty stomach amplify the side effects of caffeine. Taking in caffeine on an empty stomach could cause indigestion and heartburn. Therefore, you shouldn’t consume green tea an empty stomach. It is best to drink green tea after a meal or in-between meals. Right After Breakfast or Meal? You shouldn’t drink green tea right after having your meal. Tannins are strong antioxidant found in green tea, it helps to boost your body immunity. However, tannins could interfere with iron absorption as tannins bind to iron. This reduces your body ability to absorb food properly which could lead to tiredness and breathlessness. It’s recommended to wait for 30 – 60 minutes before or after your meals. Before Bed?It’s recommended to drink a cup of green tea before you sleep. And the best time to drink it is 2 hours before you hit the bed. I was fortunate enough to visit a farm in rural Alberta and do a fun lifestyle photoshoot with a cowboy on a horse. We wanted to bring in a fog machine, but the horse was not cooperating with our big ideas (and for good reason- he’s just a horse of course!), so we went with a lantern instead. I went with my photography class from Prairie College. It was a challenging and fun photography experience!Photo by Priscilla Du Preez / UnsplashDue to its low caffeine content and thanks to L-theanine, an active ingredient with many interesting properties including anti-anxiety and relaxation, it wouldn’t disrupt your sleep pattern. In fact, L-theanine will improve your sleep quality and keep you feeling energetic. On top of that, the thermogenic property in green tea will increase your body fat burning activity. And it also increases the hormones that help to burn fat. According to studies from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, green tea can increase the fat-burning metabolism by up to 4%. So drinking green tea at night will help you burn fat as you sleep. Note: If you've trouble sleeping, you should avoid drinking green tea at night as the caffeine intake might pose problem with your sleep. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    20 Posted by baoda henry
  • If you’re wondering when’s the best time to drink GUNPOWDER 3505 during the day, you’re in the right place. Green tea is probably the healthiest beverages on the planet due to the abundant health benefits. It’s the best drink for weight loss diet. But there are times you shouldn’t drink green tea to avoid its side effects. In this post, you’ll learn when is the best time to drink green tea for weight loss. In the Morning with an Empty Stomach? If you always drink green tea first thing in the morning, you might experience nauseous feeling or constipation. Tannins in green tea stimulate the release of gastric acid that could cause stomach upset. It gets worse as empty stomach amplify the side effects of caffeine. Taking in caffeine on an empty stomach could cause indigestion and heartburn. Therefore, you shouldn’t consume green tea an empty stomach. It is best to drink green tea after a meal or in-between meals. Right After Breakfast or Meal? You shouldn’t drink green tea right after having your meal. Tannins are strong antioxidant found in green tea, it helps to boost your body immunity. However, tannins could interfere with iron absorption as tannins bind to iron. This reduces your body ability to absorb food properly which could lead to tiredness and breathlessness. It’s recommended to wait for 30 – 60 minutes before or after your meals. Before Bed?It’s recommended to drink a cup of green tea before you sleep. And the best time to drink it is 2 hours before you hit the bed. I was fortunate enough to visit a farm in rural Alberta and do a fun lifestyle photoshoot with a cowboy on a horse. We wanted to bring in a fog machine, but the horse was not cooperating with our big ideas (and for good reason- he’s just a horse of course!), so we went with a lantern instead. I went with my photography class from Prairie College. It was a challenging and fun photography experience!Photo by Priscilla Du Preez / UnsplashDue to its low caffeine content and thanks to L-theanine, an active ingredient with many interesting properties including anti-anxiety and relaxation, it wouldn’t disrupt your sleep pattern. In fact, L-theanine will improve your sleep quality and keep you feeling energetic. On top of that, the thermogenic property in green tea will increase your body fat burning activity. And it also increases the hormones that help to burn fat. According to studies from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, green tea can increase the fat-burning metabolism by up to 4%. So drinking green tea at night will help you burn fat as you sleep. Note: If you've trouble sleeping, you should avoid drinking green tea at night as the caffeine intake might pose problem with your sleep. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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  • 07 Jun 2020
    1.Keep your GUNPOWDER 3505 storage container in a dark cabinet away from direct sunlight or indoor light.2.Consume within 2 months. The shorter time you keep your green tea, chances are it won’t go bad that quickly so drink it regularly for maximum health benefits.3.Storing your green tea in the freezer can make it last longer but take extra care of your tea. Use multiple layers of airtight protection to prevent odors from affecting your green tea.4.Don't consume your green tea directly from the freezer. Let it warm up to room temperature before opening the container.5.Store in an airtight container. The recommended container is AirScape.6.Pack your tea in smaller packages so it’s easier to consume and reduce the risk of damaging entire tea leaves.7.Use a stainless storage or colored glass container to avoid light. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    16 Posted by baoda henry
  • 1.Keep your GUNPOWDER 3505 storage container in a dark cabinet away from direct sunlight or indoor light.2.Consume within 2 months. The shorter time you keep your green tea, chances are it won’t go bad that quickly so drink it regularly for maximum health benefits.3.Storing your green tea in the freezer can make it last longer but take extra care of your tea. Use multiple layers of airtight protection to prevent odors from affecting your green tea.4.Don't consume your green tea directly from the freezer. Let it warm up to room temperature before opening the container.5.Store in an airtight container. The recommended container is AirScape.6.Pack your tea in smaller packages so it’s easier to consume and reduce the risk of damaging entire tea leaves.7.Use a stainless storage or colored glass container to avoid light. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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  • 07 Jun 2020
    Can you add sugar to CHUNMEE 41022? Does adding sugar to green tea reduce its benefits? You've probably heard of these questions before. Green tea is well-known for its health benefits. It contains almost no calories amount, making it even a better drink for weight loss. While adding sugar to your green tea consumption doesn’t take away those benefits of tea, it could significantly increase the calorie content of your drink. Which leads to a variety of health problems. Health Benefits of Green Tea Green tea are made of Camellia sinensis leaves. Unlike other type of teas, it undergoes the least amount of oxidation process. Resulting in highest amount of beneficial polyphenols and natural antioxidants. These natural compounds help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other degenerative diseases. Drinking green tea could boost your metabolism and improve your body efficiency, among many others. According to study, you should drink 5 or more cups to get the optimal health benefits of green tea. You could store loose green tea leaves — properly — for up to 2 months. Risk of Added SugarA teaspoon of sugar contains about 16 calories. As mentioned earlier, adding sugar to your tea doesn’t take away all its health benefit right on the spot; however, it does increase the calorie content in your cup of tea. According to American Heart Association (AHA), the amount of added sugars you could take daily is about 6 teaspoons for female and 9 teaspoons for male. Let’s say you consume 5 cups of green tea. Adding a teaspoon of sugar every single time could easily add up. And it hasn’t included other drink or snack you consume. And that’s not all. Added sugar has been considered to be the main culprit for weight gain and obesity. If you’re drinking green tea for weight loss, adding sugar to your green tea could cancel out the effect. A Healthier AlternativeSo what are the alternative to adding sugar to your tea? Stevia. Stevia is a natural sweetener & the best sugar substitute. Stevia has no calories and it’s 200 times sweeter than sugar in the same concentration. According to study, stevia has potential for treating obesity and diabetes. GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    18 Posted by baoda henry
  • Can you add sugar to CHUNMEE 41022? Does adding sugar to green tea reduce its benefits? You've probably heard of these questions before. Green tea is well-known for its health benefits. It contains almost no calories amount, making it even a better drink for weight loss. While adding sugar to your green tea consumption doesn’t take away those benefits of tea, it could significantly increase the calorie content of your drink. Which leads to a variety of health problems. Health Benefits of Green Tea Green tea are made of Camellia sinensis leaves. Unlike other type of teas, it undergoes the least amount of oxidation process. Resulting in highest amount of beneficial polyphenols and natural antioxidants. These natural compounds help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other degenerative diseases. Drinking green tea could boost your metabolism and improve your body efficiency, among many others. According to study, you should drink 5 or more cups to get the optimal health benefits of green tea. You could store loose green tea leaves — properly — for up to 2 months. Risk of Added SugarA teaspoon of sugar contains about 16 calories. As mentioned earlier, adding sugar to your tea doesn’t take away all its health benefit right on the spot; however, it does increase the calorie content in your cup of tea. According to American Heart Association (AHA), the amount of added sugars you could take daily is about 6 teaspoons for female and 9 teaspoons for male. Let’s say you consume 5 cups of green tea. Adding a teaspoon of sugar every single time could easily add up. And it hasn’t included other drink or snack you consume. And that’s not all. Added sugar has been considered to be the main culprit for weight gain and obesity. If you’re drinking green tea for weight loss, adding sugar to your green tea could cancel out the effect. A Healthier AlternativeSo what are the alternative to adding sugar to your tea? Stevia. Stevia is a natural sweetener & the best sugar substitute. Stevia has no calories and it’s 200 times sweeter than sugar in the same concentration. According to study, stevia has potential for treating obesity and diabetes. GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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  • 31 May 2020
    For seniors who enjoy drinking a hot beverage with breakfast every morning, GUNPOWDER 3505 makes a wonderful alternative to coffee. Tea has a number of health benefits because many varieties are full of antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties. Here are five teas that are particularly beneficial for seniors. 1. Chamomile TeaThis gentle variety of tea is most commonly used before bedtime as an effective sleep aid. Chamomile tea is made from the blooming plant of the daisy family, and it has been used to soothe anxiety, treat insomnia, and calm upset stomachs for centuries. Seniors who have difficulty going to sleep at night should try drinking a cup of chamomile tea before going to bed because its mild sedative properties can make sleeping a lot easier. Disturbed sleep is one of the many symptoms the elderly experience as part of aging. Seniors can face a variety of challenges as they age, many of which can be mitigated with the help of professional in-home caregivers who provide high-quality senior home care. Indianapolis families trust in Home Care Assistance to help their elderly loved ones age in place safely and comfortably. 2. Ginger TeaSeniors who have gastrointestinal issues should try ginger tea, which has been used for digestive relief for centuries. This variety of tea stimulates the gastric juices that are essential to healthy digestion. It also relaxes the muscles in the gastrointestinal tract, which relieves symptoms like bloating. Seniors with constipation, stomach cramps, heartburn, or nausea should try drinking a cup of ginger tea before each meal because it might provide significant relief. 3. Green TeaGreen tea is known for its health-boosting powers. It contains antioxidants, which prevent cell damage linked to aging and the development of cancer. Green tea may also lower cholesterol levels, increase bone density, enhance dental health, and boost metabolism. Seniors may benefit from drinking a cup of green tea every day, as it could help keep them healthy and mobile as they age. 4. Rosemary TeaRosemary tea is made from an evergreen shrub. While many people are familiar with rosemary as a flavoring agent, it can also be used as a healthy and aromatic tea. It is especially beneficial for seniors, as it has a number of cognitive health benefits. It may increase peripheral circulation, which helps blood flow freely to the brain and staves off dementia and Alzheimer’s. It also contains an antioxidant known as carnosic acid, which protects the neurons in the brain from damaging toxins. Rosemary tea is a great option for seniors who want to enhance cognitive function and prevent neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia. Caring for a senior with dementia can be challenging for family caregivers. Luckily, there is dementia care Indianapolis families can rely on. Professional dementia caregivers help seniors with dementia stay safe and comfortable at home by preventing wandering, providing cognitive stimulation, and assisting with household chores. 5. Eucalyptus TeaSeniors who have asthma or other respiratory conditions should drink a cup of eucalyptus tea every day. This tea has potent anti-inflammatory properties because eucalyptol, a compound found in eucalyptus oil, reduces the symptoms associated with respiratory ailments and helps dissolve mucus. Eucalyptus also has antibacterial properties. Seniors who have a cold or the flu should brew a pot of eucalyptus tea, which can kill the destructive bacteria that causes strep throat and infections. Eucalyptus tea may also help lower blood sugar, which makes it an effective aid for seniors with diabetes. Encourage your loved one to try one of these teas as part of an effort to adopt a healthy lifestyle. A professional caregiver can also encourage your loved one to make positive lifestyle changes. If your elderly loved one needs live-in care in Indianapolis, turn to Home Care Assistance. We offer a program called the Balanced Care Method, which encourages seniors to focus on eating nutritious foods, exercising on a regular basis, maintaining strong social ties, and other lifestyle factors known to increase longevity. Call [hca_phone] to learn how our services can benefit your loved one. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    19 Posted by baoda henry
  • For seniors who enjoy drinking a hot beverage with breakfast every morning, GUNPOWDER 3505 makes a wonderful alternative to coffee. Tea has a number of health benefits because many varieties are full of antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties. Here are five teas that are particularly beneficial for seniors. 1. Chamomile TeaThis gentle variety of tea is most commonly used before bedtime as an effective sleep aid. Chamomile tea is made from the blooming plant of the daisy family, and it has been used to soothe anxiety, treat insomnia, and calm upset stomachs for centuries. Seniors who have difficulty going to sleep at night should try drinking a cup of chamomile tea before going to bed because its mild sedative properties can make sleeping a lot easier. Disturbed sleep is one of the many symptoms the elderly experience as part of aging. Seniors can face a variety of challenges as they age, many of which can be mitigated with the help of professional in-home caregivers who provide high-quality senior home care. Indianapolis families trust in Home Care Assistance to help their elderly loved ones age in place safely and comfortably. 2. Ginger TeaSeniors who have gastrointestinal issues should try ginger tea, which has been used for digestive relief for centuries. This variety of tea stimulates the gastric juices that are essential to healthy digestion. It also relaxes the muscles in the gastrointestinal tract, which relieves symptoms like bloating. Seniors with constipation, stomach cramps, heartburn, or nausea should try drinking a cup of ginger tea before each meal because it might provide significant relief. 3. Green TeaGreen tea is known for its health-boosting powers. It contains antioxidants, which prevent cell damage linked to aging and the development of cancer. Green tea may also lower cholesterol levels, increase bone density, enhance dental health, and boost metabolism. Seniors may benefit from drinking a cup of green tea every day, as it could help keep them healthy and mobile as they age. 4. Rosemary TeaRosemary tea is made from an evergreen shrub. While many people are familiar with rosemary as a flavoring agent, it can also be used as a healthy and aromatic tea. It is especially beneficial for seniors, as it has a number of cognitive health benefits. It may increase peripheral circulation, which helps blood flow freely to the brain and staves off dementia and Alzheimer’s. It also contains an antioxidant known as carnosic acid, which protects the neurons in the brain from damaging toxins. Rosemary tea is a great option for seniors who want to enhance cognitive function and prevent neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia. Caring for a senior with dementia can be challenging for family caregivers. Luckily, there is dementia care Indianapolis families can rely on. Professional dementia caregivers help seniors with dementia stay safe and comfortable at home by preventing wandering, providing cognitive stimulation, and assisting with household chores. 5. Eucalyptus TeaSeniors who have asthma or other respiratory conditions should drink a cup of eucalyptus tea every day. This tea has potent anti-inflammatory properties because eucalyptol, a compound found in eucalyptus oil, reduces the symptoms associated with respiratory ailments and helps dissolve mucus. Eucalyptus also has antibacterial properties. Seniors who have a cold or the flu should brew a pot of eucalyptus tea, which can kill the destructive bacteria that causes strep throat and infections. Eucalyptus tea may also help lower blood sugar, which makes it an effective aid for seniors with diabetes. Encourage your loved one to try one of these teas as part of an effort to adopt a healthy lifestyle. A professional caregiver can also encourage your loved one to make positive lifestyle changes. If your elderly loved one needs live-in care in Indianapolis, turn to Home Care Assistance. We offer a program called the Balanced Care Method, which encourages seniors to focus on eating nutritious foods, exercising on a regular basis, maintaining strong social ties, and other lifestyle factors known to increase longevity. Call [hca_phone] to learn how our services can benefit your loved one. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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  • 31 May 2020
    By now, it’s common knowledge that GUNPOWDER 3505 is one of the healthiest drinks available. Green tea goes through minimal processing before it hits your cup, so it retains all of its cancer fighting and health boosting properties. Scientific studies have shown that green tea can improve health in a long list of ways, including: Improve blood flow and circulationLower cholesterolDrop high blood pressurePrevent heart disease like congestive heart failureBlock formation of plaque that causes Alzheimer’sBoost memory function part of the brainORGANO™ Green Tea boosts the health benefits of green tea by adding antioxidant-rich, organic Ganoderma lucidum. That’s already a powerful combination, but recent studies have shown that you can make green tea even healthier — with just one small adjustment. Add lemon. Despite contrary belief, that lemon slice isn’t just for decoration and flavor — it can boost the health benefits of green tea. Studies have shown that adding lemon can increase green tea’s benefits by five times! Green tea is full of catechins, an antioxidant shown to reduce the the risk of chronic diseases like cancer and cardiovascular disorders. It’s the secret component that makes green tea so powerful — in addition to being low calorie and perfectly hydrating. You can get these catechins by drinking green tea, but the majority of them are destroyed by the digestive system before they can be absorbed and used by the body. Catechins need a certain level of acidity in the environment to survive. The non-acidic environment of the intestines means that as low as only 20% of catechins from green tea actually become absorbed into the body. Citrus fruit, like lemon, helps to protect the catechins by providing more acid. This improves the chances of the catechins surviving until absorption — as much as five times as much with an 81% to 98% survival rate. So next time you go to brew that ORGANO™ Green Tea, drop in a slice of lemon or pour in some lemon juice — your body will thank you! Make sure to pass along this info to any potential new customers too — maybe hand out a lemon with samples to get them hooked at your next OG Mixer. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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  • By now, it’s common knowledge that GUNPOWDER 3505 is one of the healthiest drinks available. Green tea goes through minimal processing before it hits your cup, so it retains all of its cancer fighting and health boosting properties. Scientific studies have shown that green tea can improve health in a long list of ways, including: Improve blood flow and circulationLower cholesterolDrop high blood pressurePrevent heart disease like congestive heart failureBlock formation of plaque that causes Alzheimer’sBoost memory function part of the brainORGANO™ Green Tea boosts the health benefits of green tea by adding antioxidant-rich, organic Ganoderma lucidum. That’s already a powerful combination, but recent studies have shown that you can make green tea even healthier — with just one small adjustment. Add lemon. Despite contrary belief, that lemon slice isn’t just for decoration and flavor — it can boost the health benefits of green tea. Studies have shown that adding lemon can increase green tea’s benefits by five times! Green tea is full of catechins, an antioxidant shown to reduce the the risk of chronic diseases like cancer and cardiovascular disorders. It’s the secret component that makes green tea so powerful — in addition to being low calorie and perfectly hydrating. You can get these catechins by drinking green tea, but the majority of them are destroyed by the digestive system before they can be absorbed and used by the body. Catechins need a certain level of acidity in the environment to survive. The non-acidic environment of the intestines means that as low as only 20% of catechins from green tea actually become absorbed into the body. Citrus fruit, like lemon, helps to protect the catechins by providing more acid. This improves the chances of the catechins surviving until absorption — as much as five times as much with an 81% to 98% survival rate. So next time you go to brew that ORGANO™ Green Tea, drop in a slice of lemon or pour in some lemon juice — your body will thank you! Make sure to pass along this info to any potential new customers too — maybe hand out a lemon with samples to get them hooked at your next OG Mixer. CHUNMEE 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
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