Research confirming the cardiovascular benefits of tea keeps piling up. Yet another article, discussing a study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, reports promising results for tea’s ability to reduce cholesterol in humans. Although a small study, these preliminary findings are very encouraging and reflect previous studies indicating a trend in increased cardiovascular health through tea consumption. We will continue to share the latest research about the health benefits of tea, to help you enjoy and appreciate your favorite beverage even more.
About The Author
Sandy M. Bushberg is one of the original founders of T Ching and a member of the board of directors. Having been in the healthcare field as a psychologist for over 20 years and as a clinical herbalist, Sandy has a long-term vision of promoting health and wellness and devoting himself to reversing the destructive trend of declining health in this country. He is driven by the realization that if more people don't start to do something soon to begin reversing this rapid decline in our health, then our nation's economy will be overwhelmed by the growing costs of healthcare. His interest in tea as an inspiration for promoting health was piqued during a trip to Southeast Asia where he began to study the myriad health benefits of tea. During the ensuing years, Sandy has done in-depth research about tea - its history and health benefits, both physiological and psychological/spiritual - and has obtained certification as a Tea Specialist through the Specialty Tea Institute. Sandy's strong vision and creative insights have been key in the development of Tching.com.
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