Great Teas for non-tea drinkers.

 

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Great teas for non-tea drinkers.

If you are a non- tea drinker and want to get started in the world of tea, you should know that there are different types of tea, black tea, green tea, red tea, white tea, oolong tea or as it is recently known blue tea, you can also hear about yellow teas.

All of them are obtained from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis and what makes them different is their collection form and the way they process it.

And most importantly, just because you don’t like one type of tea doesn’t mean you don’t like another. In addition, apart from tea, you have other infusions, which, although not called tea, their form of preparation is similar. Continue reading “Great Teas for non-tea drinkers.”

Relaxing Teas before bed.

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 Relaxing teas before bed.

As bedtime approaches, it’s an ideal time to prepare for a relaxing tea that prepares us to go to sleep.

There is a wide variety of herbs that relax us and help us fall asleep.

There are quite a few doubts about this topic and that is why we try to solve them with our post and our tips on the best we can have dinner or what is advisable for before bed. Continue reading “Relaxing Teas before bed.”

5 Best Teas for Acid Reflux.


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5 Best Teas for Acid Reflux.

We’ve all had some episodes of acid reflux or heartburn.

A burning sensation, caused by gastric juices that come from the esophagus and is known as pyrosis.

It occurs by passing acid from the stomach to the esophagus known as pyrosis, causing a feeling of pain, burning, and general discomfort mainly after meals.

To avoid this, it is recommended to eat in moderation, avoid ingesting foods like spicy spices, fizzy drinks, caffeine, and alcohol.

There are also adequate foods to prevent acidities, such as banana, apple, papaya, melon… and even some spice, like ginger or cinnamon. Continue reading “5 Best Teas for Acid Reflux.”

5 Teas for Keto Diet.

 Teas for keto diet

5 Teas for Keto Diet.

The Keto diet is famous for being restrictive.

This low-carb, high-fat diet only allows 10% of your daily calories to come from carbohydrates, and to maintain ketosis (the process by which the body uses fat as an energy source, rather than carbohydrates), dietitians recommend that it is best to keep carbohydrate intake between 20-30 grams a day.

The body, in the absence of sufficient carbohydrates as fuel (glucose), will deplete glycogen stores and the main source of energy will become the burning of fats in the liver. Continue reading “5 Teas for Keto Diet.”

5 Great Teas for Lattes.

5 great teas for lattes

5 Great teas for lattes.

Making tea with milk  ( Latte) is really easy, fast and delicious, it is a unique combination, the soft and semi-bitter taste of the tea, with the creamy richness of milk.

There are many hot and icy versions to take, with recipes that add more flavor and dimension to tea alone.

Latte tea is a combination of the semi-bitter taste of strong tea with the creamy intensity of milk.

Milk gives weight, texture, and creaminess to this subtle and delicate drink, creating an equally refreshing combination.

You can prepare the tea with cold or hot milk, but as winter approaches we will see how a good tea with hot milk is prepared for the cold days. Continue reading “5 Great Teas for Lattes.”

Herbal Teas and Breastfeeding.

 

 

Herbal Teas and Breastfeeding

Herbal Teas and Breastfeeding.

During pregnancy and breastfeeding, there are many habits and foods we need to give up so as not to harm the baby.

Some of them are infusions and teas not recommended by experts.

Even the fact that they are natural doesn’t mean they’re beneficial to the mother or baby.

The truth is that many of these infusions can be as harmful as some medicines since there are plants that have very powerful properties, that can pierce the placenta and harm the baby, or that can also pass into breast milk. Continue reading “Herbal Teas and Breastfeeding.”