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    • 1.

      Wu Long Teas and Weight Loss After the Holidays

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-24
      For most people the holidays like Christmas, Chanukah and New Years are special occasions that allow families to reunite and spend quality time together. Accompanying the festivities are often parties...
    • 2.

      Wu Long Teas and Weight Loss

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-24
      According to the American Obesity Association, obesity "is the second leading cause of preventable death in the U.S. Approximately 127 million adults in the U.S. are overweight, 60 million obese, and ...
    • 3.

      Protecting Endothelial Platelet Function to Prevent Heart Disease

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-24
      Many of us are concerned about preventing heart disease. We know that being overweight and having high cholesterol levels are contributors to heart disease. So, diet and exercise are critical in the h...
    • 4.

      Does Caffeine Cause Atrial Fibrillation?

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-24
      Atrial fibrillation is a heart disorder, most often found in older adults. During atrial fibrillation, the heart's two small upper chambers quiver rather than beating effectively. As a result, blood i...
    • 5.

      Beating Heart Disease with Green Tea

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-24
      America's number one killers are heart disease and strokes. Both of these can be caused by clogged arteries that carry blood from the heart and to the brain. When an artery to the heart becomes clogge...
    • 6.

      Using Green Tea to Help Prevent Heart Disease

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-26
      Many of us who are trying to prevent heart disease have begun to take steps to change our lifestyle so that we can reduce our risk of heart disease. And, it's important to note that heart disease is o...
    • 7.

      Tea's Protection for Diabetics

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-26
      Diabetes is one of our leading killers. Today, over 20 million people in the US have diabetes, and nearly one third of them don't even know it. In addition, about 54 million people are pre-diabetic, m...
    • 8.

      The Scoop on Tea

      by Jon Stout - 2006-12-26
      After water, tea is the most popular beverage on earth. It is consumed in large quantities all over the world, but is likely most popular in Asia. Tea was even discovered in Asia, and most of the worl...
    • 9.

      How To Brew A Cup Of Tea

      by Lisa Fan - 2007-01-02
      There are many parameters that affect the taste of tea such as the amount of leaf, water temperature, teapot used and steeping time.How much loose tea should I use to make a cup of tea? To make an 8 o...
    • 10.

      Tea's Potential for Weight Loss

      by Jon Stout - 2007-01-18
      Losing weight is a topic on the mind of many. It's no secret that long term weight loss and maintenance require long term life changes. In order to successfully lose weight and keep it off you must co...