Green Tea Overview

Green Tea Overview

Reasonable round-up without  hype from NYU.

Puzzled as to why only green tea is mentioned. Sometimes these highly scientific types get basic facts wrong i.e. Camellia sinesis = GREEN tea and this can lead to the distinction.-THS Committee)

A study of Green tea Extract, Ginseng & diabetic rats

A study of Green tea extract and diabetic rats

Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances
Year: 2010 | Volume: 9 | Issue: 1 | Page No.: 102-107
DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2010.102.107

Effects of Extract of Green Tea and Ginseng on Pancreatic Beta Cells and Levels of Serum Glucose, Insulin, Cholesterol and Triglycerides in Rats with Experimentally Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetes: A Histochemical and Immunohistochemical Study
Turan Karaca , Mecit Yoruk , Ibrahim H. Yoruk and Sema Uslu

Control of Tea Mosquito with Neem Extract

Control of Tea Mosquito with Neem Extract

Interesting insight into pest control in tea.

A study by Somnath Roy, G.Gurusubramanian, Ananda Mukhopadhyay.

Via ScopeMed

Does Stirring Tea Change the Temperature?

Does Stirring Tea Change the Temperature?

A wonderful explanation of the physics of tea stirring.

A Cosmetic View

A Cosmetic View

The entry for green tea in The Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary

Green tea extract ingestion, fat oxidation, and glucose tolerance in healthy humans

Green tea extract ingestion, fat oxidation, and glucose tolerance in healthy humans

Study by:

Michelle C Venables, Carl J Hulston, Hannah R Cox, Asker E Jeukendrup From the Human Performance Laboratory, School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, The University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Via American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Does Tea Make You Need To Visit ‘The Smallest Room’ More Often?

Does Tea Make You Need To Visit ‘The Smallest Room’ More Often?

Article From Hubpages

Teas causes malabsorption of carbohydrate but not of triacylglycerol

Teas causes malabsorption of carbohydrate but not of triacylglycerol

An extract of black, green, and mulberry teas causes malabsorption of carbohydrate but not of triacylglycerol in healthy volunteers

Litao Zhong, Julie K Furne, and Michael D Levitt

NatureGen Inc, San Diego, CA (LZ), and VAMC (Research Service/151), Minneapolis, MN (JKF and MDL)

From American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Tea Intake and Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Skin: Influence of Type of Tea Beverages

http://cebp.aacrjournals.org/content/9/7/727.abstract

Iman A. Hakim, Robin B. Harris, and Ute M. Weisgerber

Cancer Prevention and Control, Arizona Cancer Center, College of Medicine, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85724 [I. A. H., R. B. H.], and Unilever Health Institute Vlaardingen, 3130 AC Vlaardingen, the Netherlands [U. M. W.]

The effect of drinking tea at high altitude on hydration status and mood.

The effect of drinking tea at high altitude on hydration status and mood.

A study by :

Scott D, Rycroft JA, Aspen J, Chapman C, Brown B.

Colworth House, Unilever R&D Colworth, (NOTE:

THAT MEANS THEY WORK FOR A COMPANY THAT SELLS TEA)

The study shows therefore that even when drunk at high altitude where fluid balance is stressed, there is no evidence that tea acts as a diuretic when consumed through natural routes of ingestion by regular tea drinkers, but that it does have a positive effect on mood

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