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    What does certified organic mean

     

    The meaning of “organic”. The dictionary says organic means of, related to or derived from living organisms. Most people reading this will say, “yes, yes I knew that”. But what you may not know is that the use of this word by producers and manufacturers can be misused or misunderstood. It’s use is far more complicated then slapping the term on a box or can and calling it organic. As I’m sure every citizen of this country is aware by now, manufacturers twist terms, words, and phrases into the image they want to portray to the public. Unfortunately this rarely reflects the true nature of the product, healthy or otherwise. It’s generally a sales ploy. “All Natural” as an example We’ve all heard the words “all natural” for many, many years and we’ve all been duped for many, many years into believing this meant the product we were consuming was completely of nature when of course there is no guarantee that it truly is “all natural.” Manufacturers may include plant abstracts or juices in products, call it natural, then add in chemical preservatives, dies, and perfumes thus rendering an originally healthy product toxic and the public is rarely aware of it as they go about their daily lives. Not only that but natural ingredients is no guarantee that they weren’t grown in chemical laden fields or taken from hormone laced livestock. This is an example of a very misused term and one that is unregulated by the government. Buyer beware! So what is “certified organic”? The same applies, to varying degree, to the products labeled organic, accept that there are some USDA rules and guidelines for the use of the term “certified organic“. In order for a product to carry the USDA certified organic label it must be 95% organic. This leaves 5% leeway for manufacturers to insert non-organic stuff, maybe non-organic ingredients, maybe preservatives, maybe anything. To be guaranteed of a 100% organic product you must look for the 100% symbol. The USDA stamp alone is no promise that there isn’t some toxic substance in that extra 5%. Products may be labeled “made with certified organic ingredients” if they are 70% organic, meaning that 30% may be of non-organic origins. And finally manufacturers are permitted to list organically produced ingredients on the side label if their product contains less then 70% certified organic ingredients. So, conclusion: it is very hard to escape the chemical world we’ve all been plunged into, willingly or unwillingly. Certified organic gets downplayed by congress< Unfortunately for consumers and those dedicated to the organic revolution Congress relaxed its certified organic guidelines in 2005. Loopholes in new guidelines could allow dairy animals treated with antibiotics, animal by-products and hormones as babies to be converted to organic production. The loophole may also allow artificial or chemical substances, including nearly 500 food contact chemicals to be used in organic processed food without approval. Finally, these new guidelines allow non-organic ingredients to be substituted for organic without notification during “emergency decrees”. This basically opens the consumers back up to the onslaught of man-made toxins when they thought they were buying healthier, chemical-free products. All this happened despite huge consumer, and organic producer opposition, making this writer have to wonder whose best interest does congress have at heart? What does it take to become certified organic? Needless to say, becoming certified organic by the USDA is very difficult, costly and time consuming. Their guidelines and rules can be stringent and tough. For growers this includes abstaining from the use of chemical poisons, such as pesticides, and sewage slug 3 years prior to certification. This often means allowing fields to lie fallow for three years, producing no revenue for the farmer. Growers may not use pesticides and other chemical poisons during the duration of their certification. Organic growers may not use genetically altered or enhanced organisms nor may they irradiate. They must also practice sustainable farming methods which include, soil building, crop rotation, manure management and conservation of the land. Ranchers must provide outdoor pasture for grazers. Pasture land is required to be free of pesticides and other poisons as well. Livestock may not be treated with unnecessary antibiotics or hormones and must be fed only certified organic feed. Finally, growers and ranchers must avoid contamination with toxins during collection and processing and keep meticulous records of all operations. The guidelines for manufacturers are just as stringent in their controls. But it doesn’t stop there. The USDA sends inspectors annually to check records and crops. Often times they come unannounced. So why do they do it? Why do growers choose to go through the rigors of gaining organic certification? Firstly there is a growing community of farmers, gardeners, ranchers, producers and manufacturers that believe in sustainable methods of producing food and other products. These people see much further into the future, preparing, keeping, maintaining and protecting the ground for future generations as opposed to mining the ground for short term gain. Basically they do it because they believe in it and they believe in its growth and it is growing. So why the heck do organics cost so much more? There are a couple of reasons for this. Firstly there will be lower crop yield due to natural processes we once controlled with poisons. Secondly, the rules and regulations imposed by the USDA require much more time and attention to detail costing the farmer and manufacturer. Thirdly, though growing, the industry remains small. As we all know as the supply begins to actually balance with demand, prices go down. Meaning the more you buy, the more the farmer can afford to produce thus lowering his prices. Just like with anything else. It has even been mentioned that adding together all the money the country spends in health care to treat toxin related diseases, the cost to clean up toxic spills and other related needs equals or exceeds the difference we pay for certified organic products which protect our health and environment from ever becoming damaged in the first place.

         
    What foods hold the most weight loss protection

     

    Obesity is one of the number one health concerns in today’s society. The US Centers for Disease Control estimates that over 60 million Americans, or 30% of the adult population, are obese. The term obese refers to people who weigh over 30 pounds more than their ideal weight, or who have a Body Mass Index of 30 or more. One of the national health objectives in the US is to reduce the incidence of obesity to less than 15% of the adult population by 2010; however, current statistics indicate that the problem is still on the rise. In addition, the percentage of young people in America who are overweight has more than tripled since 1980. Over 9 million children and teens between the ages of 6 and 19 are considered overweight. This equates to 16 % of the population. There’s no question that losing weight is not easy. And, it’s also clear that we’ve changed our lifestyles in ways that are making it easier for us to become obese. Some of the biggest culprits in the battle of the bulge are the following. • Busy Schedules – The average family has a much more demanding schedule than in years past. Because of this, mealtimes often go by the wayside, and we choose lots of fast food. Our stress levels may also lead to emotional eating, where we have no concept of how many calories we’ve consumed. These factors combined have made our diets poor and our concept of a normal meal skewed. • Sedentary Lifestyles – Today many people spend lots of time sitting down between our desk jobs and our love of watching television and playing computer and video games. For many of us, regular exercise is simply no longer a part of our daily life. • Large food portions – Most restaurant portions are 2-3 times the size that makes up a reasonable meal. From this we’ve gained a distorted image of the size portions we should be eating, and we’re consuming far too many calories in a day. • Poor nutrition – Processed foods are a staple in the American diet. In addition, we eat lots of red meat and products made with white flour. These overly processed and high fat foods make it easy to gain weight. They also lead to heart disease and high cholesterol. So, what do we do to overcome our weight problems? Well, as with many things, there are no magic bullets. To lose weight, we have to expend more calories than we consume. It’s just that simple. Losing weight is simple, but it’s not easy, particularly since much of the food we’re presented with every day is not conducive to weight loss. So, if you want to lose weight and keep it off for good, you need to make a commitment to making long term changes in your life. Starving yourself is not the answer; making changes you can live with is the way to go. First, take a look at what you eat. If you’re guilty of eating lots of processed foods, red meat, sugar and white flour, make changes in what you eat. Substitute chicken and fish for red meat most days of the week. Cook your own meals using fresh ingredients; don’t rely on processed foods that are loaded with preservatives. Eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables Choose whole grain products over those made with white flour Reduce the amount of sugar in your diet. These changes alone should help you lose weight. However, for many people it will also be necessary to look at how much you eat. Portion control is very important, because very large portions of even healthy food can mean that you’re consuming too many calories. The second half of the weight loss equation has to do with exercise. Not only will exercise help you burn more calories each day, but it will also help you build muscle. Muscle is important because even when resting, muscle mass burns more calories than fat. So, if you have a lot of lean muscle, you’ll burn more calories in a day, without even trying. Aim for 30 minutes of cardiovascular exercise five times a week. Walking is a great way to get your cardiovascular exercise, and it will help build muscle in the lower body, too. Just be sure that you’re walking at a pace that will make you sweat. Raising your heart rate during your cardiovascular workout is important for keeping your heart healthy. In addition to your cardiovascular workout, get in some strength training three times a week for about 20 minutes each session. You don’t need to become a body builder, but adding some lean muscle will speed up your metabolism and make your body look thinner and leaner. Finally, take a look at adding some “functional foods” to your diet. Functional foods are those that have benefits to the body above and beyond their basic nutritional qualities. Foods that would be considered functional foods for weight loss would be those that make us feel full and satisfied for longer, and those that have the potential to increase our metabolism. For example, you may have heard of negative calorie foods. These are foods that contain fewer calories than your body uses to digest them. Some examples of negative calorie food include raw carrots, celery, asparagus, apple, beet, berries, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, chili, cucumber, garlic, lettuce, grapefruit, lemon, mango, onion, orange, papaya, pineapple, spinach, turnip, and zucchini. There are likely other functional foods for weight loss. Foods that are believed to be functional for weight loss include low fat milk, nuts and tea. A study reported by the UK Tea Council discusses certain foods and their potential to be functional weight loss foods. Studies have shown that people who drink 24 ounces or more of milk each day tend to weigh less than people who don’t drink milk. So, it appears that adding 24 ounces of milk to your diet each day might be a good way to lose some weight, and help keep it off. Nuts have gained a lot of attention because of two important properties. The first is that nuts are very satisfying. Nuts can help you feel full for longer, helping to ensure that you eat fewer calories in a day. Secondly, nuts are a good source of healthy fats. These are the fats that help raise your HDL cholesterol level. HDL cholesterol is what is known as “good cholesterol” because it has the power to carry molecules of LDL cholesterol “bad cholesterol” to the liver, where it can be removed from the body. A final food that is likely functional to weight loss is green tea. Green tea has been shown to help regulate blood sugar naturally, which may help us store fewer calories as fat. Secondly, green tea has been shown to promote thermogenesis; heat that burns body fat. Green tea is extremely low in calories, and very healthy overall. So, if it can also help us lose weight, it may just qualify as a “super food”. There have been numerous studies linking green tea with preventing disease and protecting health. So, if you’re battling the bulge, get some exercise and make some changes in your diet. And, make sure that one of those changes is adding some “functional foods”, so that losing weight can be easier than ever!

         
    What is a mojito

     

    Not only is the Mojito one of the most popular cocktails in the world, but people love to talk about it too. It’s mentioned on TV, it’s in books it’s doing the talk show rounds, it’s all over the place. So I looked it up a few recipes to see what all the fuss was about. It’s a minty drink with rum. Sounds like something I would like, so I decided it was time to try the Mojito. Before picking a recipe to try I decided to do a little research first. Let’s see, it’s a Cuban cocktail that makes a great summer drink. Sounds good so far. It also says that it was Ernest Hemingway’s second favorite drink besides the Daiquiri. Wow, it’s got history too. And due to Barcardi’s recent advertising it’s enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Okay, I’m sold, now how do you make this thing. I chose the Barcardi Mojito web site to get a recipe and was treated to short video clip of how to make one. If you get a chance be sure to check it out. I’m very impressed with these alcohol websites. They really go all out with videos, recipes and other fun things. Hmmm, looking at the recipe it’s just rum and club soda and that’s easy enough but the complicated part is the fresh ingredients. You need to add mint leaves, lime juice and sugar to the glass or pitcher and then muddle them. Muddling is sort of like using a mortar and pestle but you do it in the drink glass itself. This mojito seems like a drink that I need to know what it tastes first before trying it at home. I could go to bar and try it but instead I decided to go the liquor store and buy one of those Rose’s Cocktail Mixers that I’m a big fan off. All you have to do is add one part rum and three parts Rose’s Mojito Mixer and you’ve got a Mojito. I’m sure this will give me a good idea what a Mojito is supposed to taste like and then in the future I can fiddle around with the fresh ingredients and figure out the proper amounts to get the flavor I’m looking for. So in my opinion, the Mojito is definitely a summer drink, perfect for those warm days spent around the pool. The mint is refreshing, the lime flavor quenches and the rum does the job. Now it’s time for me to find my mortar and pestle.

         
    What is a perfect wine refrigerator

     

    If you compare your home refrigerator and a wine refrigerator, some differences will become apparent. A food refrigereator is kept well below 50 degrees fahrenheit, much too cold for a wine refrigerator. Wine should be stored at around 55 degrees. Another difference between the two refrigerators is the the one for food is opened multiple times during a day. Opening a wine refrigerator that many times would make it very hard for the refrigerator to maintaing the correct temperature. The Size of a Wine Refrigerator You may wonder which size of wine refrigerator to choose. There are a number of models and choices. Some wine refrigerators hold 6 bottles while other models hold 20 or more bottles. The six bottle units sit nicely of your counter top while you will need some floor space for the bigger models. One of the advantages of the bigger wine refrigerators is the individual cooling compartments. This allows you to put red, white or rose in the wine refrigerator and each type of wine will have its own section. What Temperature Should I Store My Wine? Storage of wine can be critical to the final product in your glass. Too warm and the wine will age to fast but too cold is just as harmful as the colder temperatures don't allow the natural aging process to continue. Different wines have different temperature tolerances. If you are a fan of blush, rose or dry white wines or even light red wines, then that dial for temperature should be set to between 40 and 52 degrees. Don't put your champagne or other sparkling wines in the wine refrigerator. The temperature for full-bodied wine should be stored at temperatures in the 52 to 60 degree range. These temperatures in your wine refrigerators makes for a much better end product. The Difference between a Wine Cellar and a Wine Refrigerator Basically the difference relates to the amount of wine that can be stored. Obviously the wine cellar will hold more bottles and is much more expensive since it usually takes up one or more rooms in your house. These rooms are usually in a basement that gets litte light and essentially acts like a big refrigerator with different "temperature zones" for different wines that you're storing. While the idea of a wine cellar may be very attractive to the wine enthusiast, they had better have deep pockets. They are quite a bit more expensive than even the best wine refrigerator. Where to Purchase a Wine Refrigerator Purchasing a wine refrigerator can seem like a daunting task but it really need not be that hard. There are several places you can purchase them. Online, you may want to check out a specific manufacturers web site. Offline you can go to home improvement stores or appliance dealers. Just be sure to compare prices when you decide you want a good wine refrigerator. Learn about the different models and their features. That way you won't be talked into a model that you either can't afford or one that has features that you don't need. You will see and taste the benefit of a good wine refrigerator in your glass.

         
    What is a quality black tea garden

     

    Black tea has helped to revolutionize the beverage market. Over the years, the exotic drink had become the world’s most popular tea. In fact, 80 percent of the tea consumed in the U. S. is actually of the black tea variety. Perhaps black tea is so popular because of its boldness—it is darker and stronger than green tea is. The Preparation Process After plucking, black tea leaves are spread out so that they can dry. Then, the leaves are rolled and fermented. As little as two hours later, the leaves are heated so that the moisture can be removed. The quality of black tea varies according to a number of different factors. These include the origin of the black tea, the conditions in which it’s grown, and the competence of the manager of the tea estate. Therefore, a quality black tea garden is dependent as much on the skill of the grower as the soil conditions of the actual plot of land. In general, black tea grows best in areas that are warm and are of altitudes of anywhere from 3,000 to 7,000 feet. Because teas at high altitudes tend to grow more slowly, they produce a tea of greater flavor. The tea gardens of India’s Darjeeling region and Sri Lanka’s Uva district are greater than 6,000 feet high. Although tea grows best in a dry season, rain is necessary for the tea leaves to survive. Taking a Closer Look at Tea Varieties Fortunately, there are a number of tantalizing tea varieties you can try that are as rich in quality as they are in flavor. For instance, you might consider Honey Pear, a version of black tea which combines the fruity taste of the pear tree with the sweet taste of honey. Served hot or iced, Honey Pear is reminiscent of an exotic dessert. An intriguing alternative would be Nepalese Afternoon Tea, a tea which is derived from the base of Mount Everest in Nepal. This loose-leaf tea combines lotus, honey, and sandalwood to form a delicious, memorable blend. Yet another possibility is Pu-erh, a loose-leaf tea which is among the most popular tea blends in Asia. Pu-erh is known for its sweet, earthy scent and its multitude of health benefits. Exceptional Flavor One of the key points to keep in mind about black tea is its distinctive flavor. Because of the manner in which it has been processed, it can easily be differentiated from other forms of tea. Once you’ve sampled black tea, chances are you will never be nostalgic for other types of tea. While black tea may be an acquired taste, once you’ve become accustomed to it, you’ll probably want to make black tea-drinking a lifelong habit. Health Benefits Research indicates there are many health benefits associated with black tea. For instance, since caffeine can improve airflow to the lungs, drinking black tea may be beneficial to individuals with asthma. Some research also indicates that the polyphenols in black tea have antioxidant qualities which may make them helpful in the fight against cancer. In addition, researchers believe that black tea may be helpful in preventing cavities and heart attacks. There are some indications that the beverage may enhance memory, improve mental performance, and enhance alertness. Interestingly enough, drinking black tea may also help to prevent osteoporosis by improving bone density in older women. The Safety of Black Tea It should be pointed out that the Food and Drug Administration does not monitor the safety of herbs and supplements. As a result, it is important that you check with your doctor before radically changing your daily diet to include copious amounts of black tea. In general, people who have an allergy to caffeine or tannin should not drink black tea, since such consumption may lead to a skin rash or hives. The caffeine in black tea may also increase urine output, decrease blood sodium/potassium levels, and can worsen incontinence. In addition, caffeine can increase the amount of acid in the stomach, leading to ulcers and can increase blood sugar levels. As a result, black tea may not be appropriate for people who suffer from complications from diabetes. Individuals who have serious liver disease may also be impacted negatively by the caffeine in black tea. Some Final Thoughts Finding a high-quality black tea is really not that difficult, considering all the various varieties that are available today. Once you begin drinking black tea, you may find that you are hooked for life. The more you drink this unusual beverage, the more you’ll come to appreciate its many attributes. Even the most finicky tea connoisseurs tend to have high praise for black tea. While it may not be called the beverage of champions, it certainly is a stellar brew that can appeal not only to your taste buds, but to your desire for good health as well.

         
    What is a tea of the month club

     

    As consumers become more familiar with the wonderful world of loose leaf tea, a unique program has been developed by tea suppliers that offer the full breadth of tea product options . A Tea of the Month Club is the perfect way to sample a variety of teas for yourself or for a gift. A tea selection will be made each month for the consumer and will be sent to your door. The selections are often made from high quality white, black, oolong, green and flavored teas. Some tea suppliers offer Tea of The Month Club gift cards and these are also unique and ideal gift items particularly at holiday time. An Example of a Tea of The Month Club A sample Tea of the Month program schedule may include the following teas: Month 1: Coconut Pouchong Month 2: Vanilla Jasmine Month 3: Moroccan Mint Month 4: Sinharaja Month 5: Tippy Earl Grey Month 6: Temple of Heaven Gunpowder Month 7: Honey Pear Month 8: French Breakfast Month 9: Kashmiri Chai Month 10: Organic Green Tea Month 11: Rose Month 12: White Persian Melon Each month a fresh selection of tea will be delivered and the consumer can develop their best choices of a broad range of teas. There is no better way to be introduced to the world of tea. How Long Does the Tea of The Month Club Last? Often, the consumer has the option to choose a six month or twelve month club. A small number of loose leaf tea suppliers also offer longer subscriptions. Some suppliers provide the option of recurring subscriptions. For those wishing a longer subscription, the consumer can simply choose the twelve month option and choose the Auto Recurring option in the shopping cart and the club will automatically renew allowing uninterrupted service until the choice is made to cancel the program. The Importance of Fast and Accurate Delivery Because a Tea of the Month Club is essentially a subscription service, look for a supplier who has thought through the mechanics of automatic delivery of different types of tea. Since most Tea of The Month Clubs are e-commerce (web) based, chose a supplier that offers a number of choices on an easy to use e-commerce site and provides fast, accurate delivery using a reliable delivery service. Packaging is Important Packaging is an important consideration when choosing a Tea of The Month Club. The best suppliers offer attractive, re-sealable packaging and ship products using high quality, safe packaging materials. Cheap packing materials like shredded newspaper containing harmful inks and other substances should be avoided for health reasons, Re-sealable packaging ensures freshness for a long period and safe packaging protects small children and pets from harm. It Is All About Tea Quality A Tea of the Month Club subscription is a wonderful way to explore the world of high quality loose leaf tea but no matter how convenient the club is, the quality of the tea is paramount in ensuring a truly great tea experience. Choose a supplier with a reputation for providing a quality product with a commitment to a culture of quality. Some suppliers cup individual shipments to ensure quality and solicit feedback from their customers through interactive features on their websites. These suppliers consider the needs of their customer base as top priority. A Tea of The Moth Club subscription can be an ideal way to learn about the wonderful world of loose leaf tea but be sure to choose a supplier with a reputation for providing customer satisfaction.

         
    What is all the fuss about fruit

     

    Wonder what all the fuss around fruits is all about and why they are considered a better source of nutrition as compared to many other food groups? Here’s why nutritionists recommend eating five helpings of fruit a day. Fruits are a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals and also an ideal source of water, energy, fiber and sugar, all of which the body needs in abundancebine that with the absence of bad cholesterol and you have a food group that is hard to beat in nutritional value as well as health benefits. Vitamin C, which is present in many fruits, especially citrus fruits, berries and melons, is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. It helps lower the incidence of asthma symptoms and offers protection against bruising as well as capillary fragility. Fruits are rich in antioxidants, which offer a plethora of health benefits including protection against cancer, bronchitis, cataracts and macular degeneration. The soluble fiber pectin available in fruits lowers cholesterol levels, which protects against atherosclerosis and helps prevent coronary heart disease. Night blindness, caused by deficiency of Vitamin A can easily be prevented by eating fruits containing beta-carotene such as mango, papaya and apricot. A diet rich in fruits is an ideal way for pregnant women to get all the nutrients they need including the all-important folate from oranges, which helps prevent birth defects such as spina bifida. A controlled study showed that homocystein levels were effectively lowered with a diet high in folic acid, vitamin C and beta-carotene. A combination of various components present in fruits offers the body protection against strokes, urinary tract infections, heart diseases, bronchitis, cancer and diabetes. Fruits are naturally low in calories and are an integral part of any weight-loss program. New studies also show that fruits have a positive effect on the brain and help boost memory and information recall. Considering the myriad health benefits and the absence of any negative side-effects, it’s no wonder that nutritionists advocate eating five-servings of fruits a day.

         
    What is black tea

     

    In recent years, new emphasis has been placed on the therapeutic benefits of drinking tea. Of course, there are many different varieties of tea that a consumer can choose from. As a result, unless you’ve really studied the issue, you may not know one kind of tea from another. If you’re in the dark about black tea, you’re certainly not alone. A number of people are unfamiliar with this unique, soothing beverage. However, once you learn about black tea, you may be tempted to trade in your daily cup of java for a mug of tea. Let’s take a closer look at what makes black tea so special. A Geography Lesson To truly understand the black tea phenomenon, you must first know a little geography. Black tea flourishes at high altitudes, such as those found in the Himalayan Blue Mountains. Assam, which boasts more than 800 estates specifically geared toward the cultivation of tea, constitutes one of the world’s largest tea producers. This black tea can be mixed with African teas or Ceylon teas in order to produce English or Irish tea. This blending often occurs in European cities such as Hamburg or Amsterdam. However, unblended teas are also quite popular—such teas are known by the term “single estate teas.” The tea leaves are sorted, then go through natural fermentation. Through this oxidation process, the tea leaves change from green to black. The next step of the process involves the packaging of the tea, which is then given a brand name. In recent years, black tea has become the world’s most popular beverage, whether served hot or cold. The Phenomenal Effects of Black Tea One of the key reasons for the phenomenal popularity of black tea is its soothing nature. Anecdotally, tea drinkers have been saying for years that black tea can help calm unsteady nerves—but now there’s scientific research to prove the point. Scientists at the University College London, in a study published in the journal Psychopharmacology, discovered that black tea can reduce the levels of cortisol, a stress hormone, in the bloodstream. The study showed that black tea-drinkers were able to cut their stress levels faster than individuals who consumed a tea substitute. The study examined 75 young men were divided into two groups and monitored for a period of six weeks. One group drank a caffeinated tea mixture that was fruit-flavored and made up of the components found in black tea. The second group received a placebo that contained caffeine and that tasted like tea, but that did not actually contain tea. In addition, the two groups were subjected to stressful situations—the possibility of joblessness, an accusation of shoplifting, or a nursing home incident. Group members then had to prepare an oral response and state their case before a camera. As they were subjected to the stressful incident, researchers measured their cortisol, blood pressure, and blood platelet levels. The scientists found that these situations resulted in significant increases in blood pressure and heart rates for both groups. Nevertheless, nearly an hour after the situation had died down, the tea-drinkers experienced a nearly 50 percent drop in their cortisol levels. The group that had taken placebos saw only a 27 percent decrease in their cortisol count. The tea drinkers also reported being more relaxed than the non-tea drinkers did. As researcher Andrew Steptoe told the news media, “Drinking tea has traditionally been associated with stress relief, and many people believe that drinking tea helps them relax after facing the stresses of everyday life… Although it does not appear to reduce the actual levels of stress we experience, tea does seem to have a greater effect in bringing stress hormone levels back to normal.” Steptoe added, “This has important health implications because slow recovery following acute stress has been associated with a greater risk of chronic illnesses such as coronary heart disease.” Meanwhile, according to a USDA study, consumption of black tea can lower bad cholesterol levels and can cut the incidence of heart disease for individuals who are at risk. In addition, a number of studies have indicated that consistent consumption of black tea can protect the body against numerous human cancers. Some Final Thoughts It would be wrong to call black tea a miracle cure. Drinking the beverage does not guarantee that an individual will be protected for life against serious illness. However, there is a vast amount of research to suggest that black tea has numerous therapeutic benefits for those who consume it regularly. Making black tea a habit can provide a protective effect against heart disease, cancer, and stress-related illness. As a result, you might consider giving black tea a try. There seem to be no significant negative side-effects associated with drinking it, and there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that it can be a healthy alternative to other beverages.

         
    What is fairtrade food

     

    The Fairtrade Foundation exists to ensure that producers are guaranteed a minimum price for their goods irrespective of world prices. This means that Fairtrade goods are often more expensive in the UK than those without the Fairtrade logo. Although people are now arguing that supermarkets are fuelling their excessive profits by adding large mark-ups to these products This premium that the producer charges covers the basic food, housing, health and education needs of the local communities in countries such as India and Brazil. The Foundation awards a consumer label, the Fairtrade Mark, to products which meet internationally recognised standards of Fairtrade. It is the only such certification in the UK. Examples of products: • Fairtrade coffee • Fairtrade Tea • Fairtrade Chocolate • Fairtrade Bananas • Fairtrade Honey • Fairtrade Sugar • Fairtrade Fruit Juice • Fairtrade Wine and Snacks The list of goods certified Fairtrade is growing daily as is the range of products available. The co-op changed all their own brand chocolate to Fairtrade a few years ago and now all the other big supermarkets are beginning to move into the Fairtrade market. Nestle have just released a Fairtrade brand. There has been huge controversy over this as many people are asking how a company that is subject to a boycott can pertain to have Fairtrade and therefore ethical principles? Why buy Fairtrade? Millions of small farmers around the world cannot get enough money to feed their families, send their children to school or invest just a few pounds into their farm. This is because people want to buy the cheapest goods possible and don’t think about the people that working in poor condition and often receive less than Ј1 per day in wages. Buying products that display the Fairtrade logo ensures that the producers of products such as tea, coffee and chocolate receive a decent income. Rather than being hit by the ever-changing price of their product on the world market, or being fleeced by a middleman who takes a chunky share of the profits, producers in a Fair Trade scheme are guaranteed a decent, stable price for their produce. By buying Fair trade products that buy direct from farmers at better prices, consumers are improving the lives of producers all over the world. In Eithiopia, farmers can often get more then twice the price for their fair trade coffee then those that sell it on the open market. This extra money enables the farmers to educate their children and to break the cycle of poverty. Many people struggle to find a reason not to support Fairtrade. Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers. Fair trade is not about charity, it is about settling the imbalance which exists. How do I know its Fairtrade? Look for the Fairtrade Mark when you shop and make the choice to support small farmers and workers in the developing world, and encourage your workplace to switch to Fairtrade tea and coffee.

         
    What is green tea

     

    You would think that the definition would be self-explanatory – it’s tea that’s green. But that doesn’t really cover it. All true teas - as distinct from herbal and flower infusions, which tea lovers call tisanes - are made from the leaves of a magnolia-related evergreen tree with the botanical name of Camellia sinensis. Although reaching a height of 30 feet in the wild, on tea plantations, the plant is kept as a shrub, constantly pruned to a height of about 3 feet to encourage new growth and for convenient picking. Tea plants grow only in warm climates but can flourish at altitudes ranging from sea level to 7,000 feet. The best teas, however, are produced by plants grown at higher altitudes where the leaves mature more slowly and yield a richer flavor. Depending upon the altitude, a new tea plant may take from 2 Ѕ to 5 years to be ready for commercial picking, but once productive, it can provide tea leaves for close to a century. Tea plants produce abundant foliage, a camellia-like flower, and a berry, but only the smallest and youngest leaves are picked for tea: the two leaves and bud at the top of each young shoot. The growth of new shoots, called a flush, can occur every week at lower altitudes but takes several weeks at higher ones. The new leaves are picked by hand by "tea pluckers," the best of whom can harvest 40 pounds per day, enough to make 10 pounds of tea. All tea plants belong to the same species-Camellia sinensis-, but local growing conditions (altitude, climate, soils, etc.) vary, resulting in a multitude of distinctive leaves. The way the leaves are processed, however, is even more important in developing the individual characteristics of the three predominant types of tea: green, black and oolong. Green tea is the least processed and thus provides the most antioxidant polyphenols, notably a catechin called epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which is believed to be responsible for most of the health benefits linked to green tea. We’ll talk about EGCG a little bit later, but it is this component of green tea that makes it such a healing and advantageous drink. Green tea is made by briefly steaming the just harvested leaves, rendering them soft and pliable and preventing them from fermenting or changing color. After steaming, the leaves are rolled, then spread out and "fired" (dried with hot air or pan-fried in a wok) until they are crisp. The resulting greenish-yellow tea has a green, slightly astringent flavor close to the taste of the fresh leaf. Green tea has always been, and remains today, the most popular type of tea from China where most historians and botanists believe the tea plant originated throughout all of Asia. Why is this so? Perhaps because green tea not only captures the taste, aroma and color of spring, but delivers this delightful bouquet along with the highest concentration of beneficial phytonutrients and the least caffeine of all the teas. The key to the amazing health benefits that are derived from consuming green tea is that the leaves are steamed which preserves the EGCG compound from being oxidized. Other teas are fermented which breaks down the natural EGCG and takes away from its healing properties. In fact, green tea has very long and storied history dating back thousands and thousands of years. It can be quite fascinating to know what the Chinese have known for centuries.

         
    What is imperial formosa oolong tea

     

    Oolong teas are rapidly gaining popularity in the Western world. And, among oolong teas, those created in Taiwan, referred to as Formosa oolong teas, are some of the most delicious. If you haven’t tried Formosa oolong tea, you’re in for a real treat. Oolong teas originated in China. Oolong literally means black dragon. However, the tea is often referred to as Wulong tea, a name that originated with the person believed to have created this tea. Wu Liang was a Chinese tea gardener, who, according to Chinese legend, was busy collecting and processing tea leaves when he spotted a river deer. He stopped to kill and prepare the deer and it interrupted his tea processing for the day, and he forgot to dry out the leaves. He remembered the tea a day later. By this time it had begun to change color, and Wu Liang was afraid it had gone bad, but decided to finish drying it anyway. After completing the drying process, he made himself a cup and found that he had created a very flavorful and aromatic tea. This was the birth of oolong tea. Oolong tea falls somewhere between black and green tea. It is fermented, but for a shorter period of time than black tea. Depending upon the length of fermentation, oolong teas can be closer to green teas in terms of color and flavor, or closer to black teas. In addition, oolong teas are traditionally made from the larger leaves of the tea plant. These are the leaves that grow further down the tea plant rather than the top leaves. Formosa oolong teas are those produced in Taiwan, rather than in China. Next to China, Taiwan produces the largest quantity of oolong tea in the world. Formosa oolong teas fall into two categories, depending upon how long they’re fermented. True Formosa oolongs, like Chinese oolong teas, are fermented until about 30% of the tea leaves are red, leaving about 70% of the leaves green. Formosa Pouchong oolong teas are closer to green tea. The leaves are fermented until just about 15% are red, leaving them 85% green. To make Formosa oolong and pouchong teas, the leaves are plucked early in the day and then withered in the sun. Then the leaves are bruised lightly to cause the fermentation process to begin. Tea artisans will carefully watch the tea during the fermentation process, often shaking or tumbling the leaves regularly, until the leaves have fermented the required length of time and have reached the appropriate proportion of green and red leaves. It is ending the fermentation process at precisely the right time that makes a perfect oolong or pouchong tea. Next, the leaves are dried, often using charcoal before they are graded according to the quality and sent for packaging. Imperial Formosa oolong teas are considered the most sophisticated tea flavors in the world. It brews to a golden color and produces a very crisp liquor. It’s an incredibly flavorful tea, often with significant notes of orange and nut flavors and sometimes with a very woody and sweet finish that lingers on the tongue. Imperial Formosa oolong tea is a fairly rare tea. It may be more difficult to find and may be a bit more expensive. However, it is a true connoisseur’s tea and will likely be one of the most exceptionally flavored teas you’ve ever experienced. You may find that each time you taste Imperial Formosa oolong tea you discover a slightly new and different nuance to the flavor. Oolong teas of all varieties are also very healthy. Tea leaves naturally contain a high level of anti-oxidants. Fermentation changes these anti-oxidants, and the degree of the fermentation affects the amount of anti-oxidant changes. Because oolong teas are only partially fermented they retain a high level of anti-oxidants in their most natural state. In particular, oolong teas have a very high level of polyphenols, which are some of the most potent anti-oxidants and are particularly effective at preventing heart disease and many forms of cancer. In recent years, scientists have performed a great deal of research on the positive health benefits of drinking tea and feel confident that being a lifelong tea drinker can help you live a longer and healthier life, protecting you from many serious illnesses. Oolong tea can also be an effective weight loss supplement. The combination of the caffeine and anti-oxidants in oolong tea have been shown to speed up the metabolism and promote the oxidation of fat. And, research has shown that the caffeine in tea doesn’t appear to raise heart rate or cause jitters the way many other caffeinated beverages can. So, tea is safely consumed by most people who are normally caffeine sensitive. Formosa oolong teas are some of the most delicious and satisfying of all teas. For the experienced tea drinker, oolongs can add a new dimension to a favorite beverage. And for the novice tea drinker, oolong provides a sophisticated introduction to the world of tea. Experience Imperial Formosa oolong for yourself. You’re sure to be delighted with this fragrant and flavorful tea.

         
    What is in a bottle of wine

     

    Wine is composed of unmodified grape juice which was fermented to create an alcoholic drink that many people enjoy the world over. In many countries, dinner or even lunch is not complete without a bottle of wine. Celebrations often require a bottle of wine and this is accompanied by cheers and saluts. Generally, there are two types of wines; the red wine and the white wine. Both wines are made from grapes, although, different varieties of grapes and both are also fermented to create the wine. The two types of wines also have several kinds of wines. As such, they are usually named after the region they come from in the world or the type of grape used to make the bottle of wine. There are also several other kinds of wines other than the red and the white but these two are the more common. Composition of a Bottle of Wine A bottle of wine is primarily composed of grape juice. The grapes made into wine are the key factors to the taste of the beverage. These grapes are usually from the European grapes species. The location of the vineyard and the climate in the specific location has a lot to do with the taste of the wine. This is what is called the terroir and it plays a big role on the quality of the wine. Yeast is also added to the wine composition to ferment the grape juice. The fermentation may take a few months to achieve the right flavor f the wine. Water is also one of the main components of a bottle of wine and definitely the most abundant component in it. Alcohol also comprises wine and the alcohol content depends on what kind of wine we are talking about. The Uses of Wine A bottle of wine is commonly used for drinking, of course. It is also used in liturgical events or other religious based events. Many use wine to celebrate victories and to drown out defeats. A bottle of wine can also be used in cooking, baking and to create cuisine around the world. It is usually used to flavor stocks (beef, chicken etc) or braising the food. A bottle of wine can also be used to relax the body; as such it has gained a reputation of being medicinal and an aphrodisiac. Some researchers have stated that re wine may be more beneficial for preventing cancer compared to white because red wine contains more poyphenols.

         
    What is organic and fairtrade tea and coffee

     

    The UK is known as a nation of tea drinkers, one Polish person once asked me if we drank tea at 3 oclock everyday as some sort of ritual! Most of us dont realise that this tea is often grown on tea plantations in the developing world where the crops are sprayed with many chemicals and pesticides and the workers that pick the leaves are not only exposed to this danger but are often paid a pittance of a wage as well. Organic and Fairtrade tea, coffee and cocoa are growing in popularity as people realise the benefits of spending those extra pennies per box and the payback in both health and human terms. Why buy organic tea, coffee or cocoa? Consumers usually decide to buy because production is carried out using sustainable farming practices, specifically not allowing deforestation to occur as part of plantation farming techniques. Some producers go down the Fairtrade route, which gives the consumer further altruistic benefit in terms of assurance that the workers on the tea or coffee plantations have been working under improved terms and conditions, giving them a better quality of life and reducing exploitation. You can now buy organic, Fairtrade tea which is not much more expensive then just organic tea. I buy Morrisons own branded organic, fairtrade tea bags as its cheaper than the branded products such as clipper teas. What exactly is organic I hear you ask? Tea or coffee qualifies as organic only when environment-friendly techniques are employed in its production. An organic unit should essentially be a self-sustaining one, designing the farm at the time of establishment of new organic tea or coffee plantation is crucial for optimum utilization of resources within the plantation itself. In order to establish organic tea fields or coffee plantations, it is necessary to build up inherent nutrient levels and neutralise the chemical residues left in soils from past cultivation. This requires an interim period - called the conversion period. Based on the agro-ecological conditions, this period may vary from 3 to 5 years. If plantation is taken up before conversion period is over, chemical residues may show up in the product. These processing techniques are sufficient to make it highly unusual for any pesticides to be present in the end product. Insect pest and disease management Insect and disease management in organic farming systems rely on the inherent equilibrium in nature. This includes using natural enemies of pests to keep their numbers in check. There are many varieties of organic herbal teas now available also. Some of these have the added benefit of possessing medicinal properties. For example, peppermint tea aids indigestion and chamomile can soothe and relax you.

         
    What is organic breads

     

    Not everyone who likes to eat organic foods has the chance to do so on a daily basis. Most people will have to settle for the more mediocre fare of the same foods they have been eating for most of their lives. Other more fortunate people however, are able to enjoy organic foods on a more regular basis, and some of these people have also been blessed with the ability to bake, which gives rise (excuse the pun!) to organic breads. Now you’re wondering what on earth organic breads are, and whether they really do taste as if they were fresh sprung from the ground along with the carrots and the potatoes, there’s only one thing that I have to say, Ha! Organic breads don’t taste any different from your normal average everyday breads. In fact more than tasting different, people who eat organic breads and organic foods in general believe that they taste better to those of the normal non-organic, pesticide filled food varieties! This is of course a hotly debated topic, because how can any one person truly accept what the taste buds of someone else are saying? They have to taste it for themselves and if they’re trying to compare the tastes of organically grown produce with that of conventionally grown produce there’s always bound to be some differences. That aside however, organic breads taste the same as normal breads and they are made in the same manner as normal breads. The main difference lies in the ingredients used to make the organic breads. Only organic flour, butter etc would be used when making organic breads. Essentially the recipe stays the same, it’s only the ingredients, or rather the manner in which the ingredients were produced, that is changed. “Organic” for those of you who are unaware of it, is a term, or a definition of a farming process which shuns conventional methods of farming. Things such as chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilizers are put away in favor of natural pesticides and fertilization methods. More over, genetically plant organisms are also rejected in the organic farming method. And in organic animal farming you will find that use of steroids and antibiotics is banned, and the animals receive only organic foods for themselves. Therefore when someone tells you that they regularly bake organic breads, don’t stare at them as if they had just grown two heads. All they have done is to continue on with their normal baking routines substituting organic products where necessary to make the organic breads. On the other hand, if the person has never lifted a single finger in the kitchen before this, and they calmly announce that they have baked a batch of organic breads, you might do well to stare and be suspicious. Oh, and reach for the roll of antacids as well!

         
    What is organic chicken

     

    We all know about organic fruit and vegetables but did you know that you can now buy organic chicken? People must have heard about the nasty conditions which broiler chickens - which are bred for their meat - are raised in? These chickens have no more floor space than a sheet of A4 paper. Chickens are over-fed to reach slaughter weight in six weeks, when it would normally take four months. Modem intensive systems of poultry production have produced cheap meat for the consumer - but at a price. Inside the intensive chicken houses, which are appearing in increasing numbers in the countryside, up to 40,000 birds are crammed, at 2 birds to the square foot, into a single windowless building, with almost continuous low levels of artificial light, they are then given drugs to speed up their rate of growth. Keeping so many animals packed together in such a stressful environment can only contribute to their rates of infection. It seems logical that the Chinese flu infections that we were seeing transmitted to humans comes from this same intensive farming. It isnt necessary to produce food in this way. Organic farmers do a number of things to ensure that chickens are reared as naturally as possible. For starters, antibiotic growth promoters cannot be used but sick organic birds must be treated with appropriate veterinary medicine, so they can be given antibiotics if theyre very poorly. But they cannot be given drugs on a regular and routine basis, something that almost all non-organic poultry have to endure. Organic poultry is reared on a specially formulated feed containing only cereals, vegetable protein, a small amount of fish meal, and a vitamin/mineral supplement. These chickens are often guaranteed to be fed on feed which is free from genetically modified feedstuffs (GMOs). To be fully organic, chickens must be fed a diet containing grain which has been grown organically, without artificial fertilisers or sprays. Such feed is expensive, and therefore organic chicken is more expensive as well. Also, on Soil Association registered farms, the number of chickens housed in a single shed is restricted to 1,000. A non-organic intensive chicken farm may have as many as 40,000 in the same shed. Organic birds are kept free-range, having continuous daytime access to clean pasture, except in adverse weather. Non-organic birds are almost always locked up night and day. In addition, the Soil Association insists on full and clear labeling of processed chicken products. They are able to trace back to the farm all ingredients used in any Soil Association chicken products. Their organic certification standards state that food must undergo as little processing as is practical. Organic standards are legally binding. All organic businesses must be licensed by law, and are fully inspected at least once a year. So if you want to see for yourself how organic animals are reared, why not visit an organic farm?

         
     
         
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