Memory is the cognitive ability that allows us to acquire new information, store it in our mind, learn things and get to remember them when necessary. However, the main factor that predicts a decline in memory is age.
Thanks to its contribution of antioxidants, medicinal herbs can be of great help in combating cognitive decline and promoting brain connections
Very often people label infusions and tea as a healthy and harmless type of beverage.
Infusions and teas have some properties that make them apt or not for certain things.
In this period, the accepted general recommendations are to drink a lot of water and juices, to eliminate the consumption of alcohol and stimulant drinks or with caffeine, and to reduce as much as possible the drinks with gas and sweetened.
Having an accelerated metabolic rhythm is a great advantage, especially when it comes to losing weight or maintaining your figure. Today I will give you a few options that can help you boost your metabolism.
Metabolism is a set of physical and chemical processes that occur in our body, through which nutrients obtained from food are converted into energy necessary for the proper functioning of the body.
Many infusions and teas will reduce anxiety, soothe appetite and have a satiating effect.
That’s why they’re our best allies when it comes to losing those extra pounds while boosting your metabolism!
We are becoming more and more clear that healthy has to go hand in hand with the pleasurable.
That’s why it’s so important to know how to hydrate, especially in summer, with refreshing, tasty and healthy drinks. Homemade iced tea can do all those functions.
Why homemade? Because industrial tea drinks bottled or canned usually contain a lot of sugar and little tea.
One of the negative effects of the sweet is that soon we get more thirsty again.
This has a scientific explanation, the amount of water molecules your body requires to metabolize sugar is very high, so much so that sometimes sugary industrial drinks dehydrate. Continue reading “Best tea for iced tea.”
Tea is a good drink for breakfast for its relaxing and at the same time stimulating properties, naturally can reduce heaviness and activate the nervous system and thus give us that spark to start the day, so many recommend accompanying the breakfast with a good cup of tea. Continue reading “Best tea for breakfast.”
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.”
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.”
Jasmine Oolong Tea is produced by melting Oolong Green Tea with the fragrance of jasmine flowers.
To this particular tea are added jasmine flowers, which stand out for their characteristic aroma and for providing a relaxing fine distinction to this infusion.
Its taste is subtly sweet and is the most enjoyed aromatic tea in China.
Jasmine Tea is one of the most enjoyable green teas available today.
It is considered of good manners to serve jasmine tea as a gesture of welcome to guests.
The proportions between the leaves and the jasmine flowers used, or the use of more or less young leaves, are also often varied.
Both flowers and leaves are left to dry in a warm room and after rolling, cut into strands, mixed with base tea (usually green), presented in tea bags or in “pearls”. Continue reading “Jasmine Oolong Tea.”