Turmeric has been in the headlines recently for the properties it holds. It’s the compound only found within turmeric, called curcumin, which gives the spice its bright color and also contains the special health-boosting properties.
Green tea could become the drug of choice for athletes, now that green tea extract (GTE) has been shown to help boost endurance.
Green tea could help pensioners stay in the pink, according to a study.
Those who drank the beverage stayed more physically active than their peers, researchers found.
Coffee and standard tea did not provide this benefit.
Last week the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), banned a TV advert for Tetley Green Tea.
Green tea could prove to be a life-saver for leukaemia patients, new research suggests.
Patients given high doses of a green tea supplement saw significant improvements, including a 50 per cent reduction in the size of swollen lymph glands.
If you want to ease the effects of fatty food on your waistline, it might pay to put the red wine to one side and wash your meals down with green tea.
Powerful new anti-cancer drugs based on green tea could soon be developed after scientists found an extract from the beverage could make almost half of tumours vanish.
Anti-oxidant rich foods can really help you fight ageing. The best anti-ageing foods are lean meat, fish and shellfish, greens, vitamin C-packed citrus fruits and juicing, garlic, fresh herbs, fresh fruit, avocados, coconut, unsalted nuts and green tea.