Wednesday, September 24, 2008

New evidence suggests links iced tea and kidney stones.

New evidence suggests that to much iced tea can give men kidney stones or at least contribute to them. A new study of men over the age of 40 who drank Ice Tea found they are more likley to develop kidney stones.

Oxalate, a main chemical ingredient in the formation of stones within the kidneys, is also highly concentrated within iced tea.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Wu Yi Tea, an ancient diet tea remedy, is now being used as a weight loss tea

If you haven’t had a look at what’s hot in the weight loss tea area for a while now, then you may not have heard of wu yi tea. The simple fact is that this diet tea has been around for thousands of years and has been helping people maintain their weight and to live healthy, fulfilling lives. The secret behind this wonder supplement is that it naturally stimulates and boosts your metabolism, allowing your body to burn fat as an energy source. Because wu yi tea is natural, there are no harmful side effects from using it, and it will work with your body’s metabolism to produce fast, positive results. You can learn more or purchase wu yi tea from

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Monday, September 08, 2008

Debt-ridden Aberdeen City Council bans tea and toast

Aberdeen City Council, which is £50million in the red, is considering a blanket ban on 'unauthorised' electrical appliances as part of a new financial rescue plan.

But staff are unhappy at the prospect of having to go without toast, cups of tea and desk fans and claim the move will only serve to further depress morale.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Mighty Leaf tea launching three new flavors

Mighty Leaf tea, which uses biodegradable tea bags for its organic teas, is launching three new flavors: Organic Green Dragon and Organic Detox Infusion (in September) and African Nectar, made with African rooibos with mango and vanilla (in October). The 15-count boxes retail for $10 at Whole Foods Market, 7401 W. 91st St., Overland Park, or online at