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We are proud to be afilliated with charities that help educate women about many areas of their lives especially heart health.  There are many studies showing how tea can enhance lives with antioxidants,  and all sorts of healthy ingredients.  Tea, whether taken hot and steamy, cold and refreshing, or imaginatively infused into foods, has the power to keep hearts healthy. Current research shows that regular tea drinkers—those who drink three to five cups a day—have less heart disease and stroke, have lower cholesterol levels, and recover from heart attacks faster than nonregular tea drinkers.filliated with charities that help educate women about many areas of their lives especially heart health.  There are many studies showing how tea can enhance lives with antioxidants,  and all sorts of healthy ingredients.  Tea, whether taken hot and steamy, cold and refreshing, or imaginatively infused into foods, has the power to keep hearts healthy. Current research shows that regular tea drinkers—those who drink three to five cups a day—have less heart disease and stroke, have lower cholesterol levels, and recover from heart attacks faster than nonregular tea drinkers.
“Tea isn’t a magic bullet,” says Jack Bukowski, M.D., assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, who has studied the health properties of tea. “It does have some amazing properties.”

Start with a Few Cups a Day

How much tea should you drink to reap the benefits? “Two cups of brewed tea provide as many phytochemicals as one serving of vegetables,” says Jeffrey Blumberg, Ph.D., professor of Human Nutrition at Tufts University in Boston

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