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Tea, Bone Density, and Osteoporosis

Tea, Bone Density, and Osteoporosis
Updated: Nov. 11th, 2016
Drinking tea has no negative effect on bone density and may protect against osteoporosis through a variety of mechanisms.

Tea and Acid Reflux

Tea and Acid Reflux
Updated: Oct. 24th, 2016
In spite of some doctors' recommendations to avoid tea, there is no evidence that tea causes or aggravates acid reflux.

Aluminum in Tea and Its Health Effects

Aluminum in Tea and Its Health Effects
Updated: Oct. 19th, 2016
Tea has high aluminum levels, but in spite of this, there is no evidence that moderate tea consumption poses any health risks associated with aluminum.

Styles, Types, & Varieties of Tea

Tea: black, green, oolong, white, Pu-erh, Flavored: Chai, Earl Grey, Jasmine, Herbals: Rooibos, Mate, ...

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile Tea
Updated: Oct. 31st, 2016
Chamomile tea is a popular herbal tea with a calming effect. Chamomile shows promise of having a number of potential health benefits.

Flavored Green Tea

Flavored Green Tea
Updated: Feb. 16th, 2016
Flavored green tea is green tea that has been blended or flavored with other ingredients or flavorings.

Flavored Tea

Flavored Tea
Updated: Feb. 2nd, 2016
Flavored tea is tea that has been blended, scented, or flavored with other ingredients; common flavored teas include Earl Grey, Jasmine, and spiced tea.

Tea Producing Countries and Regions

China: Fujian, Yunnan, Anhui, Zhejiang, India: Darjeeling, Assam, Japan, Ceylon, Taiwan, Kenya, ...

Brazil

Brazil
Updated: Dec. 6th, 2016
Brazil is the origin of a number of herbs, including Yerba Mate, the third most common caffeinated drink after tea and coffee. Brazil also produce some tea, primarily in the style of Japanese teas.

Hawaii, United States

Hawaii, United States
Updated: Jul. 5th, 2016
Hawaii, located in the pacific ocean, has a tropical climate, and is the largest tea-producer in the United States.

Colombia

Colombia
Updated: Mar. 22nd, 2016
Colombia is a country in South America best known for coffee production, but it does produce some artisan tea as well.

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