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Tea Health Links

Tea health. Tea has been used for millennia for it's natural therapeutic benefits. Historians point out that tea in many ways enabled industrialisation in the East and West. It's stimulant properties, without major intoxicating side effects, have meant tea drinking being encouraged across societies. Increasingly modern science seems to be highlighting that tea's benefits could extend much further. However with everything in life, moderation is critical and it is important to be aware of the potential negative effects, whether on the majority or an unfortunate few.



Wan Ling Tea House encourages you to enjoy tea for the taste, smell, feeling and just to take time out to relax or be with friends. However if you are interested in more health related links this is the page for you. We will endeavour to weed out the many dubious or tentative sources that exist and try provide you a source of informative, scientific or intriguing links. If you have a link you'd like to recommend please contact us. For more day to day news stories why not Connect with us on Facebook?




Xinhuanet: Pu'er may help diabetics: Research

http://news.xinhuanet.com/

BEIJING, Nov. 16 (Xinhuanet) -- It’s well known that dark, mellow Pu'er tea reduces blood fat, lowers cholesterol, aids in weight loss and assists digestion.

Type: Health Country: China Language: English


Tea and Pregnancy

www.americanpregnancy.org

Overview of some very important tips for tea & herbal tea drinking during pregnancy.

Type: Health Country: US Language: English


Indian Tea Institute: Health Pages

www.tocklai.net

TRA: Summary of some TRA's findings. Limited in the range of discussion and the content matter is more of a scientific basis.

Type: Health Country: India Language: English


Tea Time Directory - Tea Health

www.tea-time-directory.com

Health information.

Type: Health Country: US Language: American


The Caffeine Database

www.energyfiend.com

A list of (de)caffeinated drinks including tea & coffee. Interesting reading.

Type: Health Country: US Language: American


The Nursing Degree - Benefits of drinking tea

www.nursingdegree.net

Details on the many health benefits of tea - 33 different tea benefits to be precise!

Type: Health Country: US Language: American


Lipton Tea Institute

www.lipton.com.au

Excellent source of proven, scientific information on the important amino-acid, Theanine (L-Theanine).

Type: Health Country: Australia Language: English


Theanine and Tea

http://ratetea.net

A short overview of Theanine, including some additional links on the subject. Rate Tea's website also includes an interesting article relating to Theanine and the potential benefits as to why tea's caffeine content does not effect sleep. Read Tea and Sleep at http://ratetea.net. Excellent source of proven, scientific information on the important amino-acid, Theanine (L-Theanine).

Type: Health Country: US Language: English


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