HOW TO STRIKE THE BALANCE

HOW TO STRIKE THE BALANCE

Hormonal imbalances are very common conditions today. These conditions are causing well-known symptoms such as joint pain, fatigue, high blood pressure, headaches and bloating. Unfortunately they can also increase the risk of more serious diseases, such as cancer and diabetes. Follow our master yoga @bjjyogini_char and find the right balance in your life!Apple, blueberries, spinach, avocados, wild salmons or flaxseeds have the reputation to help to fight against these imbalances but do you know that green tea can play this role as well? Try our Tipsy Green or Fairy's Lagoon  green teas to boost your metabolism! Indeed, green tea contains...

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WHICH TEA IS GOOD FOR DIGESTION???

WHICH TEA IS GOOD FOR DIGESTION???

Tea has been well known to help treat digestive issues for thousands of years. But most of us probably don’t know which specific teas to drink, nor what it is specifically about tea that helps us with digestion. Like all teas, black tea comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant.  It is the processing method that makes it different from the other teas.  Black tea has several healthy compounds including thearubigins and theaflavins.  These two compounds help improve indigestion and also acts as antioxidants that protects against stomach ulcers. One study in mice with stomach ulcers found that 3 days of...

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4 Reasons Why Tea is Better than Coffee

4 Reasons Why Tea is Better than Coffee

  🍵4 Reasons Why Tea is Better than Coffee☕ 1/ There has been many studies conducted on the health benefits of tea - including how tea reduces the chances of developing certain kinds of cancers. 2/ Coffee and Tea are both stimulants as they contained caffeine, but coffee acts as a depressant. The release of the caffeine in coffee is also much faster which gives you a rush and also a horrible crash afterwards. If you want something that will get you through the day, drink tea. 3/ There are a lot of antioxidants in tea, way more than you...

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