Mar. 28th, 2014

Cooking With Tea


Even though tea is a natural cooking companion—aromatic with a complex, reliable and sturdy flavor—it has been woefully under-utilized in the home kitchen. Whether it’s black, white, green or herbal, tea can add remarkable tastes, scents and even color to all kinds of food. Find out how in today’s post!

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 27th, 2014

Food as Medicine: Advice from a Holistic Nutr...


Holistic nutrition has become more sought after as people search for more natural ways to fight today’s rising rates of obesity and disease. Want to take a more holistic approach to nutrition? Here are three easy steps to get you started.

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 25th, 2014

Why Family Meals Lead to Healthier Eating


People just keep getting busier, and sitting down for a homemade meal every night is virtually unheard of in hectic schedules that include two working parents plus soccer practice and piano lessons. However, more and more research is highlighting the importance of eating home-cooked meals around the dinner table. Here are a few reasons you

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 24th, 2014

From Pyramid to Plate: Nutritionists Make Imp...


The original food pyramid debuted in 1992 with the familiar organization: grains on the bottom, fruits and vegetables next to proteins with dairy in the middle and fats diminished at the top. In 2005, the USDA tried to update the pyramid by placing it on its side, but experts criticized the changes for making it difficult

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 21st, 2014

6 Ways to Get Involved in National Nutrition ...


Wondering how you can make better choices and still keep your taste buds happy during National Nutrition Month? If you want to use this March to make lifestyle changes to benefit your overall future health, consider these six adjustments that will make you healthier with a wholesome, nourishing liquid. Spoiler: It’s tea! Drink Tea Instead

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 20th, 2014

Male Infertility and the Promise of Antioxida...


When it comes to male infertility, plenty of research suggests that for men, antioxidants can provide real reproductive support. Read on to find out how it may help.

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 18th, 2014

The Allergies Are Coming!


If you’re sick of the cold, but still dreading the warmth, there are a number of excellent natural ways to reduce your allergy symptoms—most of which can be had by drinking a simple cup of herbal tea.

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 18th, 2014

Top 7 Tips for Healthy Skin


Not everyone has time to spend on intensive skin care, and skin is often overlooked when it comes to efforts to improve health. Luckily, there are a few tips that can help not only maintain the health of your skin, but improve it.

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 14th, 2014

Memory and the Magic of Green Tea


Contrary to what most believe, memory loss doesn’t have to be a natural part of aging. One of the easiest ways to protect against the ravages of memory loss lies in the simple and enjoyable practice of drinking green tea.

Written By Buddha Teas
Mar. 13th, 2014

Tea and the Common Cold


Is there anything more miserable than dealing with a cold when you have better things to do? Fortunately, you don’t have to be completely at its mercy. The right cup of herbal tea can help you to counter even the most bothersome cold symptoms.

Written By Buddha Teas