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Jewish Recipes --> Food and Health -- > Tea Facts

Kosher Tea - Made in Israel
Mount of Olives Treasures

These statements have not been evaluated by the Federal Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult your Doctor.

Wellness Tips: Did You Know?
Tea can help you lose weight. Did you know teas have 0 calories? That's right. Green and black teas also help you burn extra calories. According to studies, the natural caffeine in teas can increase your heart rate slightly which causes you to burn more calories. And the best part...whether you drink your tea hot or cold you get the same weight loss benefits. So, drink your weight down and live healthier.
Stress damages your body and your mind. Our fast-paced lives and the demands of work and family make it impossible to avoid harmful stress. But a soothing cup of one of our relaxing blends is a surefire stress reliever. Brew a delicious flavorful cup, find a cozy corner of the house or shut the door to your office and sip slowly. Read or just think happy thoughts. By the time your tea is gone, your stress will be too.
Itís not just calcium that helps keep bones strong. Tea can protect your bones too. A study found that people who drank tea for 10 or more years had stronger bones than non-tea drinkers. Itís not magic; itís the many beneficial phytochemicals found in tea.
Our energizing teas can help you look as good as you feel. Take two cool, used, teabags. Close your eyes, put a tea bag over each eye to say good bye to tired looking eyes and under eye puffiness.
Use freshly boiled water only! If water is boiled more than once, it reduces the amount of oxygen. This will give your tea less flavor and aroma.
Sweeteners can easily be added to tea once itís brewed. White sugar, sugar cane and sugar sticks are popular sweeteners for black teas.
Always taste tea before sweetening it. Some teas have a natural sweetness that you should take into account.
 
 

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