Tea drinking has been a way of life for more than 5000 years. There are many different myths and stories about the exact origin of the ancient brew but it is fair to say that the earliest drinkers of tea were in China. One of the more consistently quoted ancient tales tells of ruler Shen
July is National Blueberry Month, celebrating the irresistible blue gem superfood. Blueberries are the perfect example that good things come in small packages: - The blueberry ranks as one of the highest of any fruit for cancer-fighting antioxidants - One cup of blueberries delivers about a quarter of the vitamin C you should have each
Summer is finally here, which means warm weather, vacations, and time with family and friends. What better way to celebrate the season than with a bucket list? We all tend to do the same activities over summer break and follow the same routines, so why not try something new this summer and make some memories!
The summer season is finally here, which means extreme heat these next few months. With rising temperatures, the risk of dehydration and other heat related health problems increases. Studies have shown that Americans consume far below the recommended daily minimum. Nearly 75 percent of Americans drinks less than the recommended 10 cups of water. As
It seems the negative effects of caffeinated soft drinks aren't considered as often as they should be when reaching for a beverage to satisy your thirst. Each day there is a staggering 1.6 billion servings of Coke sold worldwide, and a recent Gallup poll reveals that 48% of surveyed Americans still drink soda on a
February is a time when most people focus on showing appreciation for their significant other, but it’s also a time to focus on your own health, specifically your heart. Nearly 610,000 people die from heart disease every year in the United States making this the leading cause of death for both men and women. We