A recent study by a researcher in the National University of Singapore showes daily drinking of tea reduces risks of dementia in older persons by 50%, and as much as 86% for those who are genetically at risk of Alzheimer’s.
Immortalised in stamps, postcards and pictures, for the longest time China and India had been laying claim as ‘The World’s Tea Original Source.’ It took science sleuths decades of search and testing to finally settle the dispute.
Hooga, hugh, higgy? However pronounced, the feeling is easier explained than its phonetic realisation. Knowingly or unknowingly, we all have been embracing this Danish concept of a warm, fuzzy feeling for a number of years before the word entered popular lexicon. Naturally, hygge and tea are a complimentary fit.
Listen closely: the elements in our body have the power to change the way we perceive our surroundings. Discover the science behind the different effects of caffeine on the brain in both tea and coffee, and how this has the power to change the way we hear music.