Drinking at least 23 cups of black tea a month, or about
three-quarters of a cup a day, may slash the risk of developing
Parkinson's disease by a whopping 71 per cent, suggests new
research from Singapore.
The British way of drinking tea with milk may block the
cardiovascular benefits of the catechins, according to a small
study that highlights the need for nutrition studies to consider
confounding factors from the surrounding food...
Teas, both green and black, have potent anti-cancer effects against
a wide range of tumours, says a new study led by the US Department
of Agriculture that adds to an ever growing body of science behind
Health Sciences Group is intending to acquire specialty tea and
food company Kalahari - the first acquisition since its focus shift
from ingredients to branded finished foods and an indication of its
new, market-driven strategy.