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  • Boost Your New Years Resolutions With Green Tea
    January 29, 2018 Colleen Callahan

    Boost Your New Years Resolutions With Green Tea

      Green tea, Camellia sinensis, is the same plant as black tea. The difference between the two is in how they are processed. Black tea is allowed to oxidize, which causes its dark color, while green tea is not oxidized....

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  • May 24, 2016

    Does Caffeine Affect Athletic Performance?

    If you are an athlete, then you may be one of many who enjoy a little caffeine boost in the morning, or to pump you up during training or competitions. But recently, caffeine has come under scrutiny, and has become...

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  • March 29, 2016

    Tea Tuesday: Why Green Tea?

    In the last few years, tea has picked up significantly in popularity across the world, as scientists and the general public are learning more about the beverage’s benefits. Amongst all teas, green tea is the second most widely consumed. What...

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  • January 28, 2016

    Top Coffee Myths Busted

    For years now, coffee has been one of the top most popular beverages in the world. While this is true, coffee consumers have heard conflicting facts about their favorite drink—it does wonders for your health, but does so at a poor cost. With all the studies and research happening in the coffee industry, it gets difficult and confusing to separate the fact from fiction. Since we are on a mission to help you understand and appreciate all aspects of coffee, we thought this would be a good time to bust some of the most common myths surrounding coffee.
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  • December 21, 2015

    One More Reason to Love Coffee

    We’re back to bring you the latest news in coffee research. You’ve seen how study after study has shown the myriad of benefits of drinking coffee on a daily basis. Well, new research conducted at National Cancer Institute in Rockville, Maryland has brought to light yet another, even more astonishing effect of coffee consumption—lowering the risk of death.
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  • November 25, 2015

    How to Fight Your Thanksgiving Food Coma

    Thanksgiving is arguably the biggest meal of the whole year. We get together with our near and dear ones, give thanks, and of course, EAT! We fill up on hearty turkey, heaping helpings of delicious pies of all sorts, mashed...

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