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Posted on Jun 24 2015 - 4:09pm

Humans are 70% water, which makes this fluid arguably the healthiest thing you can drink. However, there is another beverage that can be just as, if not more beneficial to us than water. That beverage is tea. It has been around for more than 5000 years, found on both royal palaces of the Orient and on the coffee tables of the Western culture. Without further ado,...

Posted on Jun 18 2015 - 1:25pm

These hot summer days are a perfect excuse to drink cool, tasty beverages. Not soft drinks which are packed with sugar, but ice-infused drinks you made in your kitchen with healthy ingredients. Still, there is one question everyone is asking – should you blend your ingredients into a smoothie or make a juice out of them? Today, we will try to answer that question. The...

The heat is turning up, which means that it’s time to skip on hot tea and coffee and opt out for something colder. However, it’s your children you need to take special care of this summer, as they’ll probably go for a sugar-packed and chilled drink rather than for water. To quench their thirst in something that’s equally tasty yet much more beneficial, here...

Getting enough water into our system on a daily basis helps our body run like a well oiled machine. In addition to being important to the process of waste elimination, water also regulates our body temperature. The biggest danger when it comes to dehydration is when the body runs out of water to get blood to all of your organs. Even mild dehydration can make you...

Posted on May 13 2015 - 12:24pm

Nothing says summer like freshly squeezed fruit juice. Adding a little bit of honey to make it taste sweeter is a great alternative to sugar to keep the drink healthy and fresh. Freshly squeezed fruit juice has very little calories, but can make you feel rather full if you combine lots of ingredients, such as bananas, berries, carrots, grapes and honey. Add a little...

Posted on Mar 19 2015 - 4:38pm

Tea has been used as medicine for centuries around the world, and while modern medicine may never fully appreciate its heath benefits, drinking tea on a regular basis can alleviate the symptoms of various infections, help with weight loss and regulate blood pressure. Although green and black tea are more popular than white tea, white tea is actually the healthiest...

Posted on Mar 16 2015 - 2:40pm

Alcohol can definitely add “buzz” to a slow or overwhelming day and it can do the same to a meal. Adding alcohol while cooking is a practice that’s been popular in many cultures for centuries, but doing it properly can be a bit tricky for novices. Different types of “booze” complement different ingredients, and one thing to note is that...