Detoxify yourself in a healthy way

The first image that comes to our mind as soon as we here the term 'detoxification' is fasting and simply starving ourselves. But now there is no need to go by the famous phrase “no pain no gain” when one can get the desired results without much efforts. 

Green tea can protect spinal cord neurons

Polyphenols found in green tea are strong antioxidants and can protect your brain in case of a spinal cord injury.

Green tea daily reduces pancreatic cancer risk: Study

The cup of your favourite green tea is full of health benefits and now researchers have found that an active compound in green tea also reduces the risk of pancreatic cancer.

Drinking green tea boosts memory

It is official that green tea is good for your health. Researchers have found that herbal potion of green tea enhances your brain power.

Four reasons why tea is good for you!

For those who do not like tea yet, here`s a bundle of benefits that it has on your health. Studies have shown that components found in tea can do wonders for your health – weight management, fighting diseases, de-stressing, etc.

Milk fortified with green tea extract could be potent cancer killer

Researchers have suggested that epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) when diluted in skim milk remains bioactive and reduces colon cancer cell proliferation in culture at concentrations higher than 0.03 mg of EGCG/mL.

Five easy ways to kick up your metabolism

Your metabolism slows down during the night and if you skip your breakfast it further goes for a toss to conserve energy.

Green tea and papaya can prevent diabetes: Researchers

Green tea and fermented papaya are preventive means for diabetes, researchers at the Centre of Excellence for Biomedical and Biomaterials Research at the Mauritius University have concluded.

Green tea extract can kill childhood cancers

A green-tea extract could help destroy deadly childhood cancers that are resistant to traditional chemotherapy, a new study has found.

Green tea can help lose weight and regulate glucose in type 2 diabetes

A new study has shown that green tea extract in tandem with an additional compound could be effective for body weight control and type 2 diabetes.

Sip green tea to protect your heart

Scientists say green tea and coffee, if made a regular part of the diet, could benefit the heart, according to research conducted in Japan and published in the US.

Green tea and coffee daily may help cut stroke risk

Adding daily green tea and coffee to your daily diet may help lower your risk of having a stroke, according to researchers.

Green tea holds promise against Alzheimer`s

Researchers at the University of Michigan have found that a molecule in green tea can prevent misfolding of specific proteins in the brain, which is associated with amyloid plaques in Alzheimer`s disease.

Green tea, red wine may hold promise for Alzheimer`s treatment

According to new research from the University of Leeds Natural, chemicals found in green tea and red wine may disrupt a key step of the Alzheimer`s disease pathway.

Drinking green tea with starchy food keeps a lid on blood sugar levels

An ingredient in green tea that helps reduce blood sugar spikes in mice may lead to new diet strategies for people, food scientists have suggested.

10 reasons why you should drink green tea

It’s official that tea is good for your health. So go ahead and relish that hot cup of green tea to realize its power and enjoy its numerous health benefits.

How green tea extract may help prevent breast cancer

Mechanisms of action for an oral green tea extract in breast cancer prevention have been identified.

Green tea boosts memory

Scientists now have an explanation for why green tea is good for the brain -- it lies in the chemical properties that affect the production of brain cells, improving memory and spatial learning.

Want to quit smoking? Drink green tea!

Drink green tea to get over the nicotine urge, say Chinese researchers.

`Green tea can improve brain function in HIV patients`

Green tea and chocolates may help reduce neurological complications linked to HIV, paving way for effective treatment of HIV related brain disorders, a new study has found.