Us Brits don't really need more of a reason to drink tea - but today (21 April) is National Tea Day, so there's an added incentive to put the kettle on. The recent news that drinking camomile tea may women
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If green tea were a celebrity, it would already sit near the tippy top of the A-list. Its active ingredients have been linked to an array of health benefits, including weight loss, decreasing anxiety,
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makes 2½ dozen In this recipe, molasses keeps these cookies magically fresh and chewy for days. December 2013Print Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking soda 1½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
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Editor's Note: Ask a what? A Certified Cicerone®. That is, a beer expert who has passed a particular certification exam administered by the Craft Beer Institute. You can think of them as beer sommeliers.
The author, holding up his Certified Cicerone diploma. So, you want a career in beer? You want to rock a beard and mash paddle, play matchmaker to thirsty drinkers and quenching brews, or sell the suds
This includes improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other incredible benefits. Here are 10 health benefits of green tea that have been confirmed in human research studies.