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Ah, tea; the universally acceptable beverage. It is the world’s second most popular drink so it’s quite likely you’re enjoying a cup of your favourite brand while reading this. Have you ever been curious how other countries drink their hot or iced tea?

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Green tea serves as a fitness drink for athletes, an ideal form of nutrition for elderly people and children if your children do not eat or drink a lot of caffeine from other sources (only a little chocolate, cocoa and cola). Owing to its unusual taste, green tea drinks should be sweetened for children.

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Fruit tea - one word describes it - DELICIOUS and HEALTHY. Fruit tea comprised of browned shredded quince which has been oven-dried, dry-grilled until brown, and stored ready to steep in boiling water.

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Around 90 percent of Americans consume caffeine in one form or another every single day. More than half of all American adults consume more than 300 milligrams (mg) of caffeine every day, making it America's most popular drug by far. The caffeine comes in from things like coffee, tea, cola, chocolate, etc.

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U.S. public first tested the taste of instant coffee at the national fair in Buffalo in 1901. The invention gave rise to a great deal of controversy. The instant coffee still divides the world in two.

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A cup of fresh cocoa helps to improve brain function among older people, as some of recent studies claim.

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Have you ever wondered if a cup of coffee or tea and milk can substitute as one of your recommended eight glasses of water a day? Most drinks do a good job of hydrating, but the components of some common drinks sharply reduce their hydrating ability. Which drinks are the best hydrators, and which the worst? Here are the three most hydrating and the four least hydrating drinks.

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The fans of Yerba Mate have been growing rainforests with Guayaki’s Tiny Foot print Coffee which is fair trade coffee, by planting a tree for each pound of beans that they sell. This green practice makes this the world’s first coffee that offsets the negative effects of carbon. The roasting and shipping of one pound of coffee adds about 4 pounds of the equivalent carbon dioxide (CO2e) in the atmosphere.

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One of the most popular beverages worldwide is coffee. It comes from the berries of the coffea bush, which have been processed, dried, roasted, ground, and brewed. In its powder form, it may be prepared and presented in many ways. Its strong rich smell is hard enough to resist, and whether it is served hot or cold, it always arouses a stimulating effect on the drinker, due mainly to its caffeine content.

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Chocolate originated in Central and South America and was introduced to the western world in the 16th century by the Spanish explorers. It is energy-giving since it is full of carbohydrates and likewise stimulating since it also contains caffeine and theobromine. Even today when there are lots of varieties to choose from, the chocolate drink continues to hold its own.

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There are many countries in the world, every of which has its own national drink, some even have more than one. Here you will find the most unusual of national drinks.

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Since olden times, mint has been enjoyed for its wonderful aroma, its healing power and its nice taste. Mint has also been said to help with asthma and other allergies. You can buy fresh mint leaves in the supermarket and you can add to teas and coffees or prepare tasty mint drinks .

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Healthy drinking is a vital part of our health. Learn what drinks are good and healthy choices, as well as tips for healthy drinking for your health. As you are convincing your family to decrease their sugary drink intake, you can introduce them to these better choices.

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It’s true. Tea has been shown to offer protection to our teeth. Tea is a natural source of fluoride, which is known to protect against tooth decay.

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A new study has good news for coffee drinkers: Regular coffee drinking (up to 6 cups per day) is not associated with increased deaths in either men or women. In fact, both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption is associated with a somewhat smaller rate of death from heart disease.

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Sometimes we want something to chew. Not too caloric and not too sweet. Jelly beans candies are most suitable for this purpose. Jelly beans are a different flavored type of confectionery. Generally they have fruit taste and are made of sugar. They are small like groundnut. You can easy eat them at work or while moving. Nowadays jelly beans candy producers make also sugar free candies.

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In a study reported on in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, it was found that green tea extract resulted in a significant increase in energy expenditure (a measure of metabolism), plus also had a significant effect on fat oxidation. While some of the effects were originally theorized to be due to the caffeine content of green tea, the researchers discovered that the tea actually has properties that go beyond those that would be explained by the caffeine.

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It’s a very interesting to know about the most popular non-alcoholic drinks in the world. Where are they from, what are their compositions and some special features about them.

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