Month: September 2012

Month: September 2012

Promising Tea Research Addresses Three Conditions
September 25, 2012 Data Dan Bolton

WASHINGTON, D.C. The breadth of last week’s scientific research on the health benefits of tea is breathtaking.   During the past five years 5,649 laboratory, clinical and meta-studies of tea worldwide conclusively demonstrate its wide-ranging benefits.  The study of tea itself is now seen as the tea-health field with branches investigating benefits to mental acuity,

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New Studies Prove Profound Health Benefits of Tea
September 20, 2012 Data World Tea News

WASHINGTON, D.C. New findings released at the 5th International Scientific Symposium on Tea & Human Health reveal tea to have preventative health benefits including reduced risk of cardiovascular disease as well as providing protection from stroke and heart attack. Leading nutrition scientists from around the world convened at the United States Department of Agriculture Wednesday to present

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Tasting Knowledge is a Specialty for STI
September 19, 2012 Knowledge Susan Bolton

LAS VEGAS, Nev. There is so much to learn about tea. Where can you get detailed information about tea? How to select? How to prepare? How to enjoy? Once you step outside the comfortable tradition of tea found in bags, there is an incredible world to discover. Tea is grown in 43 different countries and

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Uncertainty Over Future Dampens Restaurant Performance
September 6, 2012 Data World Tea News

WASHINGTON, D.C. As a result of softer customer traffic and a dampened outlook among restaurant operators, the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index (RPI) fell to its lowest level in nine months. The RPI – a monthly composite index that tracks the health of and outlook for the U.S. restaurant industry – stood at 100.2

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