The consumption of black tea may lower the risk of ovarian cancer, according to Chinese researchers, although no significant correlation with endometrial cancer and cervical cancer was found.
Although coffee is drunk by 150 million Americans everyday, the idea of drinking a cup of joe to supplement a workout is still a young idea. But a small group of entrepreneurs, scientists, and sports performance specialists are hoping the niche category...
Unilever’s claim that the flavonol content of black tea contributes to improved endothelium-dependent (ED) vasodilation has been declined by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
While the benefits of green tea polyphenols have long been touted, new research suggests that those found in black tea may also aid weight loss by acting as a prebiotic.
Black tea may help lower blood pressure for people with elevated levels, says a new study from Unilever R&D that adds to the potential health benefits of the beverage and its constituents.
Regular consumption of black tea may reduce LDL cholesterol levels, but has no effect on HDL cholesterol, according to a new meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Three cups of flavonoid-rich black tea per day may reduce the variability in blood pressure at night, says a new clinical trial.
Populations which drink high quantities of black tea have a significantly lower prevalence of diabetes, according to new research backed by Unilever.
Three cups of black tea per day may improve heart health measures, such as cholesterol and triglyceride levels, says a study from Mauritius, Scotland, and the USA.
Kemin launches green & black tea extract in Europe
Kemin Health Europe is launching its green-black tea extract called Enlivitea in Europe, an ingredient said to provide synergistic antioxidant benefits that outweigh the benefits of consuming either one in isolation.
Black tea may match green for weight benefits: Study
Like green tea, extracts from black tea may also help reduce weight gain and cut body fat levels, says a new study from Japan with rats and mice.
Antioxidant-rich juices boost heart health: Study
Consuming antioxidant-rich raspberry juice or tea may prevent artery hardening, and lead to improvements in heart health, say results of a European wide research.
Antioxidants from black tea may aid diabetics
Polysaccharides from black tea may blunt the spike in sugar levels after a meal more than similar compounds from green and oolong tea, and offer potential to manage diabetes, says a new study.
EFSA tells Unilever black tea not proven to focus attention
EFSA health claim opinion
The European Food Safety Authority has turned down Unilever-submitted health claims linking black tea consumption and improved mental focus because they failed to demonstrate causality.
Black tea compounds may protect against diabetes
Compounds in black tea may be able to mimic insulin and help
prevent diabetes, suggests new research from Scotland.
Black tea may slash Parkinson's disease risk
Drinking at least 23 cups of black tea a month, or about
three-quarters of a cup a day, may slash the risk of developing
Parkinson's disease by a whopping 71 per cent, suggests new
research from Singapore.
Black tea shows blood sugar benefits
A one gram drink of black tea may have the potential to stimulate
an insulin response and reduce blood sugar levels, suggests new
research from England.
Coca-Cola, Nestlé scale down drinks venture
Coca-Cola and Nestlé will limit their joint venture group to black
tea drinks, allowing the two giants to revitalise their position in
this sector and compete openly on other fast-growing beverages.
Black tea as good as green in oral cancer prevention, say researchers
The putative ability of polyphenols from green tea to help prevent
cancer has been the subject of much scientific enquiry in recent
years. But researchers in India now say that drinking black tea
could help prevent the development...
Health benefits of red tea boosts sales
While green tea has been getting its name around the block, red tea
has taken a little longer to become a household name, but its sales
are said to be soaring on the back of its purported health
Tea supplement focuses on Alzheimer's research
Nashai Biotech is using English research to draw attention to its
tea-supplement product TeaFlavin.
Black tea may improve blood vessel health
Black tea may be healthy for the heart through its action on blood
vessels, suggests a small study that found the drink to dilate the
vessels allowing faster blood flow.
Tea flavonoids gain recognition as powerful weapon against disease
People who drink five cups of tea daily are not only likely to
improve their cholesterol levels but may also protect against
damage from smoking, suggests new research out tomorrow.
Polyphenols could reduce colorectal cancer risk
Increasing intake of polyphenols, by eating more fruits and
vegetables such as apricots or onions, or taking supplements, may
help to prevent intestinal cancer, reports a European research