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All Articles Written By: Jon M. Stout

1.   Is the Plucking Time Important When Choosing White Licorice Tea? by Jon M. Stout
    White tea is the rarest tea in the world. Long praised in Asia, it is just beginning to gain popularity in the Western world. People everywhere are clamoring to get their hands on this rare treat. White tea is used in many blends, and none is more refreshing than White Licorice Tea. White Licorice tea is a delicious blend of fine white tea and star anise to provide the licorice flavor.
    Distributed: 2008-05-27 11:24:00 | Word Count: 863 | Page Views: 2541 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.67
2.   What is a Good White Licorice Blend? by Jon M. Stout
    There are many white teas and white tea blends to choose from. But, you won't find any more delicious than white licorice tea. However, just as with other blends of white tea, to get the best flavor from your white licorice tea, it's important to choose a good quality blend. The difference between teas that have been made using the best ingredients and those created using inferior ingredients is significant, so it pays to know what you’re buying when you purchase any white tea blend.
    Distributed: 2008-05-27 11:12:00 | Word Count: 863 | Page Views: 3369 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
3.   What is a Good White Persian Melon Blend? by Jon M. Stout
    White teas are the rarest and most expensive of all teas. So, it's important to buy good quality white tea so that you're truly getting your money's worth. When you're purchasing a white tea blend, like White Persian Melon tea, it's also important that you choose a quality blend; so that the flavor of the white tea is not compromised by the way it's been blended.
    Distributed: 2008-05-23 11:12:00 | Word Count: 847 | Page Views: 2569 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.63
4.   Tea, Sugar and Slavery by Jon M. Stout
    Of all the evils that have affected mankind, slavery or human bondage ranks among the worst. Slavery, in all its various forms from ancient empires like Rome to the ante bellum American South to the slave labor of Hitler's Third Reich and the Soviet Gulags has ruined millions of lives and degraded many cultures throughout history.
    Distributed: 2008-05-23 11:00:00 | Word Count: 566 | Page Views: 3253 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.20
5.   Tea and Alcoholism: A Long History by Jon M. Stout
    Anyone who suffers from alcoholism knows that it is an incurable disease that is as insidious as it is devastating. But with total abstinence from drink and the use of support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous recovery can be life long.
    Distributed: 2008-05-22 12:12:00 | Word Count: 585 | Page Views: 3027 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.71
6.   Recession Relief - Quality Loose Leaf Tea for Independent Coffee Shops by Jon M. Stout
    Make no doubt about it - the country is in a recession and consumer spending is being cut back, High priced coffee is affected and even Starbucks is suffering and cutting back.
    Distributed: 2008-05-22 10:00:00 | Word Count: 556 | Page Views: 2694 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.91
7.   Taxing Tea - A British Tradition by Jon M. Stout
    While British citizens likely saw the first importations of tea from the Orient in the 1500 to 1600s as a sensation that added a little spark to their traditional coffee houses, the government saw something else - money. As this beverage quickly became the favored choice of the lower classes, British nobility saw a way to line the coffers of government.
    Distributed: 2008-05-21 11:24:00 | Word Count: 947 | Page Views: 3061 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.62
8.   Oolong Tea Is A Proven Fat Fighter by Jon M. Stout
    As the detrimental health impacts of obesity become even clearer, more people are searching for ways to gain an edge in the battle of the bulge. With obesity in America an ever-present concern, the fad, gadget and specialty food market is booming. Dropping pounds for the sake of appearances and for the sake of health is a very big trend indeed. Although some items simply do not work, one very basic drink stands out as a powerful weapon to add to an arsenal for fat fighting.
    Distributed: 2008-05-21 11:12:00 | Word Count: 909 | Page Views: 2336 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.56
9.   Impacts On China - Green Tea And The Global Trade by Jon M. Stout
    5/19/2008 9:48PM China's love affair with green tea is believed to have begun thousands of years ago. It took centuries for the Chinese to share this secret with their neighbors in Japan and even longer for the country to begin exporting this bountiful crop to destinations all over the world.
    Distributed: 2008-05-20 12:00:00 | Word Count: 880 | Page Views: 3077 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.71
10.   History Of Green Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Green tea has a history that dates back thousands of years. Although this particular type of tea is only now gaining major notoriety in the West, it has been known to the Chinese and Japanese for centuries. This type of tea is less heavily processed than its counterpart made from the same leaves, but despite this fact, it has not been a heavy export from Asia until the past few years.
    Distributed: 2008-05-20 11:12:00 | Word Count: 988 | Page Views: 3180 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.00
11.   Caffeine, Ephedrine Offer More Benefits Than Concerns In Regard To Weight Loss by Jon M. Stout
    As the obesity rate in America reaches what many call an epidemic, the quest for weight loss aids, remedies and boosters sometimes includes substances that are less than desirable. When it comes to caffeine and ephedrine, however, some researchers believe the benefits far outweigh the concerns. Despite the beliefs, however, a ban on ephedra remains in effect in the United States. Caffeine, however, is still widely in use.
    Distributed: 2008-05-16 11:00:00 | Word Count: 1032 | Page Views: 2640 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.00
12.   The World Of Green Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Although it's been known in places like China and Japan for thousands of years, the green tea sensation is just now sweeping countries in North America and Europe. This tea is now well known and loved for its smooth flavor and incredible benefits.
    Distributed: 2008-05-15 11:12:00 | Word Count: 896 | Page Views: 2075 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.71
13.   Private Label Bottled Water for Beach Businesses by Jon M. Stout
    As summer approaches, more and more people are inclined to think about trips to the beach and beach vacations. Spending time at the beach is a great way for individuals and families to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
    Distributed: 2008-05-15 11:00:00 | Word Count: 496 | Page Views: 1646 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.29
14.   Private Label Bottled Water - How Important is Label Design? by Jon M. Stout
    Private label bottled water has been proven as an effective marketing promotion and brand builder but care must be taken in the quality of the design in order to avoid ruining the branding message and reducing the quality of the brand.
    Distributed: 2008-05-14 11:24:00 | Word Count: 483 | Page Views: 2749 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.71
15.   The Truth About Bottled Spring Water Vs Purified Water by Jon M. Stout
    When you compare purified water against spring water the truth is revealed: If you want water that contains contaminants, is based upon hype, word parsing and marketing exaggeration - then drink spring water. If you want to drink water that is 100 percent pure and provides a healthy lifestyle for you and your family - drink purified water.
    Distributed: 2008-05-14 11:12:00 | Word Count: 584 | Page Views: 3894 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 0.83
16.   The Real Truth About Bottled Water, Purified Water and Tap Water by Jon M. Stout
    There has been substantial information and misinformation about bottled water and its value and beneficial effecst. Many people and organizations have joined the argument and the pros and cons have been widely discussed. As a result there has been a significant amount of disinformation distributed and discussed.
    Distributed: 2008-05-13 11:24:00 | Word Count: 1822 | Page Views: 2697 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.67
17.   5 Items to Check When Buying Private Label Bottled Water by Jon M. Stout
    As the popularity of private label bottled water grows as a cost effective way to promote corporate brands and advertise, it becomes more and more important to purchase from a reliable supplier.
    Distributed: 2008-05-13 11:12:00 | Word Count: 587 | Page Views: 2356 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.40
18.   Tea: What Are Good White Tea Blends by Jon M. Stout
    One of the most recent trends in Western tea drinking is white tea. Though white tea has been around for centuries, it has only recently become popular outside of the Asian world. And, even in China and Japan, where most white tea is grown, it was traditionally reserved for special occasions because of its rarity. Today, however, tea drinkers all over the world are enjoying white tea more and more.
    Distributed: 2008-05-12 11:00:00 | Word Count: 859 | Page Views: 2485 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.88
19.   What is Oolong Tea? by Jon M. Stout
    One variety of tea that is very popular in Asia but just gaining recognition in the US is oolong tea. Sometimes referred to as Wulong tea, as well, oolong literally means black dragon. Wulong, however, refers to the originator of the tea Wu Liang. According to Chinese legend, Wu Liang 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.
    Distributed: 2008-05-09 11:48:00 | Word Count: 850 | Page Views: 2517 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.50
20.   What is Vanilla Jasmine Tea? by Jon M. Stout
    Jasmine tea is the most popular flavored tea in the world. Chinese tea gardeners have been producing this delicacy for at least 700 years. Though jasmine tea is already considered a blend, it is often used as the base for additional blends because of the popularity of the jasmine tea base. Jasmine tea is mild and slightly sweet, making it perfect for combining with other flavors, like vanilla.
    Distributed: 2008-05-09 11:36:00 | Word Count: 915 | Page Views: 2163 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.60
21.   Production of Tea: Orthodox Tea Vs, CTC (Crush, Tear, Curl) Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Most orthodox teas are produced in China, Sri Lanka, Darjeeling and Assam. They represent about 31 percent of world tea production. An additional 25 percent is green and oolong tea. This means that about 55 percent or over one half of all tea produced is processed by the orthodox form of processing.
    Distributed: 2008-05-08 11:36:00 | Word Count: 339 | Page Views: 5786 | Votes: 17 | Rating: 2.29
22.   A Steaming Cup of Tea on a Perfect Fall Day by Jon M. Stout
    Today was a perfect fall day. The weather was moderate and cool and the sun was shining all day. It was a good day to be alive and appreciate all the good things that happen in one's life.
    Distributed: 2008-05-08 11:00:00 | Word Count: 367 | Page Views: 2732 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.25
23.   History of Tea in Hong Kong: Tea, Opium and the Balance of Trade by Jon M. Stout
    Even the most casual visit to Hong Kong cannot help but notice what a uniquely vibrant Asia city it is. Hong Kong is exciting, different, exotic and welcoming - all rolled into one. It is basically Chinese (the majority of the residents are Cantonese) but most people speak English and almost all are engaged in some form of commerce.
    Distributed: 2008-05-07 11:12:00 | Word Count: 1336 | Page Views: 2902 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.33
24.   Basket Gift Tea As a Business Opportunity by Jon M. Stout
    When gift baskets first appeared on the scene, many thought they were a short term fad and would soon disappear from the scene.
    Distributed: 2008-05-07 11:00:00 | Word Count: 428 | Page Views: 1801 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.00
25.   Tea and Meditation: The Basis of a Healthy Lifestyle by Jon M. Stout
    If one researches the elements of a healthy lifestyle, there are clearly defined elements that are universal to longevity and good health...
    Distributed: 2008-05-06 11:36:00 | Word Count: 460 | Page Views: 4187 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.25
26.   Choosing a Tea Company by Jon M. Stout
    Tea connoisseurs are always looking for the best teas. And, often we're disappointed. Many times we pay good money for tea that lacks flavor, even though we've purchased loose tea from what we believe to be a good company.
    Distributed: 2008-05-06 11:24:00 | Word Count: 420 | Page Views: 2418 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.33
27.   Sinharaja Tea from Golden Moon by Jon M. Stout
    If you're looking for a special tea, perhaps for a special event, or just to give yourself a special treat, give Sinharaja tea from Golden Moon Tea Company a try. This black tea is one of the most unique and flavorful you'll ever taste, and it's sure to become one of your all time favorite teas.
    Distributed: 2008-05-02 11:12:00 | Word Count: 889 | Page Views: 2619 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.67
28.   Lapsang Souchong Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Even many seasoned tea drinkers have never tried Lapsang Souchong. But, Lapsang Souchong is one of the most famous and popular Chinese teas and certainly worth your time.
    Distributed: 2008-05-02 11:00:00 | Word Count: 861 | Page Views: 2929 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 2.50
29.   Mother's Day - A Gift of Love- Celebrate It with Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Mother's Day is a special holiday occasion when people show their love, respect, and admiration for mom. Celebrated every year, Mother's Day is an occasion when individuals express their love and respect that they have for their mother. On Mother's Day you can tell your Mom that she will always be important to you all and that you will continue to love her for ever.
    Distributed: 2008-05-01 11:48:00 | Word Count: 740 | Page Views: 2022 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.13
30.   Honey Pear Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Non tea drinkers often associate tea drinking with bland flavors. Only true tea connoisseurs, new and old, understand the wide variety of exciting flavors found in tea. Even years ago, you could find many different tastes by experimenting with green tea, black tea, oolong and pu-ehr. Today, however, with the availability and popularity of flavored teas on the rise, the possibilities are endless.
    Distributed: 2008-05-01 11:24:00 | Word Count: 859 | Page Views: 2332 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 3.67
31.   Golden Moon's French Breakfast Tea by Jon M. Stout
    If you think that morning requires a cup of coffee to get you going, think again. Many tea drinkers already know the secret: a good breakfast tea can give you a morning pick me up that's just as distinct as coffee's and with a great tea flavor.
    Distributed: 2008-05-01 11:12:00 | Word Count: 849 | Page Views: 2409 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.67
32.   Golden Moon's Rose Tea - A Sophisticated Yet Simple Flavor by Jon M. Stout
    Blended and specialty teas have grown exponentially in popularity, and their popularity is expected to grow even further in the next few years. Every flavor combination you can imagine is out there - you'll even find a coffee flavored tea if you can believe it!
    Distributed: 2008-04-30 11:12:00 | Word Count: 878 | Page Views: 2370 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.36
33.   Golden Moon's Tippy Earl Grey Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Blended and specialty teas are very popular right now. You'll find endless combinations of tea varieties with any number of flavorings, including fruit flavors, spices and herbs. And with this new popularity, you can expect to see many new flavors coming out in the future. Everybody is getting in on the flavored tea market. Many tea producers have broadened their product lines considerably, and even some coffee purveyors are getting in on the flavored tea market; offering new and exciting combinations.
    Distributed: 2008-04-30 11:00:00 | Word Count: 849 | Page Views: 2307 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.00
34.   Delicious Pu-erh Tea for Pu-erh Lovers by Jon M. Stout
    Pu-erh tea is unfamiliar to many people. But, it's an ancient tea that the Chinese have been drinking for centuries. Pu-erh tea is named for the region in China where it is grown. It is a black tea - but with a twist. Pu-erh is fully fermented like black tea, but then it is aged. Unlike regular black tea, pu-ehr is not designed to be consumed when fresh, but after it has gone through this aging period.
    Distributed: 2008-04-29 11:24:00 | Word Count: 791 | Page Views: 2215 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.80
35.   Darjeeling Tea from Golden Moon by Jon M. Stout
    If you're a tea drinker, you've no doubt sampled a Darjeeling tea. Darjeeling is one of the most popular teas in the world, and it is grown only in India. Darjeeling has been around for many years, but even today, it is a best seller.
    Distributed: 2008-04-29 11:12:00 | Word Count: 852 | Page Views: 2272 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.13
36.   The Experience of Chai by Jon M. Stout
    Indians have been drinking chai for over 5000 years, and they drink it hot or cold. Legend has it that chai was invented by a king in the courts of India and Siam. It is told that he protected the recipe tightly, guarding it as a treasure. Chai was used as part of a Hindu natural healing system called ayurveda. Ayurveda used spices, herbs and sweeteners in precise combinations to cure ailments.
    Distributed: 2008-04-28 11:00:00 | Word Count: 822 | Page Views: 2287 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.78
37.   Purified Water Vs Spring Water by Jon M. Stout
    As the overall safety of the public water supply is under scrutiny thanks to a recent Associated Press study that uncovered some disturbing contaminants, many consumers are likely finding themselves wondering if bottled water is better. For many, the facts about bottled water will make this the clear choice.
    Distributed: 2008-04-25 11:00:00 | Word Count: 869 | Page Views: 12851 | Votes: 21 | Rating: 2.86
38.   Choosing a Tea Company by Jon M. Stout
    Tea connoisseurs are always looking for the best teas. And, often we're disappointed. Many times we pay good money for tea that lacks flavor, even though we've purchased loose tea from what we believe to be a good company.
    Distributed: 2008-04-24 11:12:00 | Word Count: 855 | Page Views: 1732 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.45
39.   Is Bottled Water Better Than Tap Water? by Jon M. Stout
    As more studies come to light that bring the long-term safety of tap water into question, many people find themselves wondering if bottled water is the better choice for consumption, cooking, tooth brushing and more. When the facts about bottled water and tap water are presented, many people make the decision to go bottled. While tap water can and often is technically safe according to government standards, the trace substances found within can be of grave concern.
    Distributed: 2008-04-24 11:00:00 | Word Count: 884 | Page Views: 2192 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.50
40.   Does Your City Have Aging Water Pipes? by Jon M. Stout
    Many cities do... And if you live in one of them, you could be at significant risk for infectious as well as chemical contamination of your drinking water.
    Distributed: 2008-04-23 12:24:00 | Word Count: 212 | Page Views: 2794 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
41.   Bottled Water Delivery and 'Superior Customer Service': Hype Vs Reality by Jon M. Stout
    Bottled water delivery is all about performance. Exceeding what you promise and delivering better than promised customer delivery not only makes for happy customers but grows a business nicely.
    Distributed: 2008-04-23 10:36:00 | Word Count: 607 | Page Views: 2186 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.33
42.   The Many Advantages Of Purified Bottled Water by Jon M. Stout
    With concerns about contaminants in the public water supply running high, many people are turning to bottled water to alleviate fears. Purified bottled water is one choice that some people are discovering offers some distinct advantages. This type of bottled water is a little different than others.
    Distributed: 2008-04-23 09:36:00 | Word Count: 889 | Page Views: 3377 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.55
43.   Private Label Bottled Water and Word of Mouth Advertising by Jon M. Stout
    One of the most powerful forms of advertising is word of mouth advertising. In industries like hotel and lodging, spas, banking, law firms and other professional services, a recommendation from a satisfied customer can promote a brand message more effectively than most other forms of advertising.
    Distributed: 2007-10-15 15:12:00 | Word Count: 512 | Page Views: 2178 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.33
44.   Bottled Water and Government Small Business Set Asides: A Marketing Opportunity by Jon M. Stout
    The Federal Government and many State and Local Government agencies offer a valuable contract preference to bottled water companies who qualify as small businesses.
    Distributed: 2007-10-11 13:12:00 | Word Count: 444 | Page Views: 2717 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.50
45.   Private Label Bottled Water With a Quality Label Creates a Quality Brand Message by Jon M. Stout
    Private label bottled water is a highly effective way to promote your brand but to be successful you must have a professionally designed private label. The design needs to be aesthetically pleasing with an effective message that will send a hard hitting brand message.
    Distributed: 2007-10-01 15:53:00 | Word Count: 321 | Page Views: 2954 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.50
46.   Bottled Water And Bottled Water Delivery In Washington, D.C. And Northern Virginia: A Marketing Phenomenon by Jon M. Stout
    Bottled water and bottled water delivery has grown in popularity in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in recent years. This popularity is due to a number of factors like poor municipal water quality and a growing awareness of the role of good health in modern living. In addition there are a small number of high quality water suppliers who have adjusted their product and service offering to the unique needs of the marketplace.
    Distributed: 2007-09-29 15:42:00 | Word Count: 561 | Page Views: 2186 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.60
47.   Pure Water and Employee Productivity in the Federal Government Workplace by Jon M. Stout
    Nowhere is employee productivity more important than in the Federal Government. In addition to being the largest employer in the world, a very good case can be made that, because of the wide range of services that affect the every day lives of each and every American, it is also the most important employer.
    Distributed: 2007-09-25 15:00:00 | Word Count: 816 | Page Views: 3060 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.22
48.   Business Development For the Private Labeled Bottled Water Industry by Jon M. Stout
    The private labeled bottled water industry is exciting with tremendous growth opportunities and the ability for suppliers to offer their customers and strategic partners creative, effective advertising solutions.
    Distributed: 2007-09-24 16:00:00 | Word Count: 733 | Page Views: 2298 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.33
49.   How Is Vanilla Jasmine Tea Graded? by Jon M. Stout
    If jasmine and vanilla sound like a winning combination for tea to you, you're not alone. Vanilla jasmine tea is a wonderful blend that is sweet and calming, with flavors that appeal to nearly every tea drinker. And, to make it even more universally appealing, vanilla jasmine tea could be made from every variety of tea; so no matter your drinking preference, there's a vanilla jasmine tea for you.
    Distributed: 2007-08-02 10:24:00 | Word Count: 895 | Page Views: 2998 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 2.50
50.   Ordering Vanilla Jasmine Tea Online by Jon M. Stout
    Vanilla jasmine tea is one of the most satisfying flavored teas you'll ever try. A sweet combination of vanilla, jasmine petals and loose tea, it's a great way to warm your body and wind down for the day. While vanilla jasmine tea can be made from white, black, green or oolong teas, it is not as common as you might imagine. But, if you shop with the best online tea vendors, you're sure to be able to find this delicious blend for your own enjoyment.
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51.   Vanilla Jasmine Tea: India's Teas Vs. Ceylon Teas by Jon M. Stout
    One of the most delicious blends of tea is vanilla jasmine. There are many varieties of vanilla jasmine tea since it could be made from any type of tea. While jasmine tea has traditionally been made from green tea, vanilla jasmine tea is found as often made from black tea as green.
    Distributed: 2007-07-27 12:24:00 | Word Count: 850 | Page Views: 3503 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.56
52.   How Are Flavored Teas Different From Other Teas by Jon M. Stout
    Some of the world's most popular and most widely consumed teas are flavored teas. Adding flavors to tea is centuries old and is a wonderful way to add a new dimension to a favorite variety of tea. With the many combinations of tea varieties and flavorings, nearly any taste is possible.
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53.   What Are Good Vanilla Jasmine Tea Blends? by Jon M. Stout
    Vanilla jasmine tea is unique among many flavored teas. Because jasmine and vanilla's flavors meld so well with other flavors, good vanilla jasmine tea can be made from any tea variety. There really is no 'best' blend of vanilla jasmine tea; it's really more dependent upon your tastes. But, here are some things you can expect from different blends of vanilla jasmine tea.
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54.   The Best Flavored Tea Pluckings by Jon M. Stout
    If you're new to flavored teas, no doubt you're wondering how to choose flavored teas of the best quality. The variety of the tea, the country in which it's grown, the way it's processed, the time it's harvested and the way it's flavored all affect the way a flavored tea will taste.
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55.   Growing Quality Tea For Flavored Teas by Jon M. Stout
    Tea comes in many varieties. And, flavored teas, which are some of the most popular teas, are made from every variety of tea that can be produced. The most important aspect in obtaining a delicious flavored tea is the quality of the tea base.
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56.   What Are Good Flavored Tea Blends? by Jon M. Stout
    There are truly more flavored teas out there than we can taste. To decide which you should try, there are several things you should consider. Taking a look at these items will help you narrow down the many choices in flavored tea.
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57.   How Is Imperial Formosa Oolong Tea Graded? by Jon M. Stout
    If you're new to oolong teas, you must give them a try. Oolong teas are flavorful and fragrant, with a more complex taste than you'll find in many other tea varieties. And, Imperial Formosa Oolong tea is one of the best oolong teas available. It's unlikely you'll find an oolong tea with more flavor or character than Imperial Formosa oolong tea.
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58.   Is Imperial Formosa Oolong Tea Available From India Or Sri Lanka? by Jon M. Stout
    Fans of oolong tea are clamoring to get Imperial Formosa oolong tea. Because oolong teas in general are fairly rare, many people want to look to other sources to find their favorite oolong.
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59.   Delicious Oolong Tea Blends by Jon M. Stout
    If you're ready for something a little different at tea time, try a flavored oolong tea. Many Westerners have not experienced the delicious flavor of oolong tea in any form. With a different flavor than black, green or white teas, oolongs are a rare treat. When paired with another flavor, oolong teas are quite exceptional.
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60.   How Is Imperial Formosa Oolong Different From Other Teas? by Jon M. Stout
    Many tea drinkers are unfamiliar with Imperial Formosa oolong teas. Oolong teas, in general, are not as well known in the Western world as other teas, but they are certainly worth investigating.
    Distributed: 2007-07-03 10:12:00 | Word Count: 842 | Page Views: 2594 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.25
61.   Trends In The Wholesale And Retail Loose Leaf Tea Industry by Jon M. Stout
    The tea industry in the United Sates is a growth industry and the role of retailers or value added resellers has played an important part in the overall expansion. Value added resellers and retailers add significant value to the tea industry as they bundle tea offerings with quality dining and other services but they must be supported by comprehensive wholesale programs that are reliable , consistent and profitable.
    Distributed: 2007-07-02 10:00:00 | Word Count: 787 | Page Views: 3863 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.42
62.   The Tea Room Business Plan - Market Research by Jon M. Stout
    Market research is critical to achieving business goals but, like everything else, it can be overdone. The keys to good market research are relevance, focus and economy. This is especially true for the tea room as a new business.
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63.   The Tea Room Business Plan - The Value Added Proposition by Jon M. Stout
    All business represents an exchange of one form or another and the exchange is usually facilitated by money. The essence of the exchange however is the perceived value added on behalf of the customer. If your customer perceives that your offering adds value to their life or business, then there is a good chance that customer will do business with you if you ask for his business.
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64.   Pure Water And Employee Productivity: A Good Investment by Jon M. Stout
    In a competitive world productivity is king. When employees are productive in their jobs, everyone benefits from the individual employee, the firm, the consumer and the economy as a whole. Increased productivity is one of the main elements returning a depressed economy to health and growth...
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65.   Tea: Ordering Jasmine Tea Online by Jon M. Stout
    Most tea drinkers have tried some form of jasmine tea at one time or another. And, most love at least one variety of jasmine tea. However, there are so many different varieties of jasmine tea that it may take you some time to try them all! Jasmine tea is created by blending just bloomed jasmine petals with fine loose tea. The result is an incredible fragrance and a sweet flavor.
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66.   How Is White Licorice Tea Graded? by Jon M. Stout
    If you haven't tried white tea yet, it's time to get moving. White tea is fast becoming one of the most popular teas because of its delicate flavor and many health benefits. And, for the novice white tea drinker (and the experienced one, too) white licorice tea is a great way to acquaint yourself with the wonderful flavor of white tea.
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67.   Tea: What Makes A High Quality White Licorice Tea Garden? by Jon M. Stout
    Flavored white teas are becoming increasingly popular. White tea is fairly new to the Western world, but is becoming more popular each year. White tea is the mildest of all teas, so it is a natural choice as a base for flavored tea, since the additional flavorings really shine in white tea. One of the most popular flavored white teas is white licorice tea. White licorice tea is a flavorful blend of licorice and the best white tea.
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68.   Tea: The Best White Persian Melon Tea Pluckings by Jon M. Stout
    If you haven't experienced White Persian Melon tea, you've missed a real treat. White Persian Melon tea is a flavorful blend of white tea combined with sweet melon nectar. It's one of healthiest and most refreshing beverages you can drink.
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69.   Tea: The Best Green Tea Blends by Jon M. Stout
    Green tea is fast becoming one of the hottest ways to look after your health. More and more research is surfacing that suggests that drinking green tea may be one of the simplest things you can do to live a longer and healthier life.
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70.   Tea: When Are The Best Green Tea Pluckings? by Jon M. Stout
    Green tea has become a very popular beverage in the Western world. It has been popular in Asia for centuries, where it was produced more than 3000 years ago. Today, most green tea is still produced in Asia, though other countries produce green tea, as well. There are literally hundreds of varieties of green tea, and many different grades of quality within these many varieties.
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71.   Tea: Ordering Green Tea Online by Jon M. Stout
    If you've started to become a green tea enthusiast, no doubt you've realized that there are an overwhelming number of green teas from which to choose. Just the number of green teas varieties in China are too many to list. You may have an interest in trying them all – but that will take you quite a while!
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72.   Tea: Comparing Ceylon Green Teas To Indian Green Teas by Jon M. Stout
    Most of the world's green tea is produced in China and Japan. In fact, China is where green tea originated. Centuries ago, before other tea processing methods were developed, tea harvesters simply dried tea leaves in the sun before storing them, and this is how green tea was born. It gained favor quickly in this part of the world. Even after black tea processing began, it didn't outsell green tea.
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73.   Tea: How Is White Licorice Tea Different From Other Teas? by Jon M. Stout
    If you've never experienced White Licorice tea, you're in for a real treat. White licorice tea is a blend of the finest loose white tea and star anise to provide the licorice flavor. For many years, white tea was consumed almost exclusively in Asia, but today it has gained popularity in many other countries.
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74.   Tea: Drinking Green Tea by Jon M. Stout
    The art of brewing and drinking green tea has been around for centuries. In fact, green tea has been used for many different tea ceremonies in China and Japan. In these countries, there are rituals that must be followed and tools that must be used in brewing tea to be served to guests.
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75.   Tea: Ordering White Persian Melon Tea Online by Jon M. Stout
    Whether you've been drinking tea for years or are new to this category of beverages, you simply must introduce yourself to white tea. White tea's light and delicate flavor appeals to most everyone, including people who find black teas too strong.
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76.   Tea: How Is White Persian Melon Tea Different From Other Teas? by Jon M. Stout
    If you're new to drinking white tea, you may be unaware of the many positive health differences between white tea and black tea. And, White Persian melon tea offers even more health benefits than regular white tea.
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77.   Tea:What is White Licorice Tea? by Jon M. Stout
    White tea was once reserved for only the most elegant affairs in China. In fact five years ago most Americans had never even heard of white tea. Today, however, white tea is rapidly gaining popularity in the US. White tea is much milder and sweeter than black tea and lacks the grassy flavor of many green teas.
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78.   Tea: Quality White Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Drinking white tea is the newest trend for many of today's tea drinkers. Drinking white tea, however, is not really new. The Chinese have been drinking white tea since at least the Tang Dynasty (618-907 A.D.). It gained greater popularity in China during the Song Dynasty when the emperor Hui Zhong declared white tea to be the most elegant form of tea.
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79.   Tea: What Are Good White Tea Blends by Jon M. Stout
    One of the most recent trends in Western tea drinking is white tea. Though white tea has been around for centuries, it has only recently become popular outside of the Asian world. And, even in China and Japan, where most white tea is grown, it was traditionally reserved for special occasions because of its rarity. Today, however, tea drinkers all over the world are enjoying white tea more and more.
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80.   Tea: What is White Tea? by Jon M. Stout
    Tea drinking has gained enormous popularity in recent years. Of course, in many parts of the world, tea has overwhelmingly been the most popular drink for centuries. But, today we're finding that tea is still gaining new fans; many of them giving up their coffee and switching to tea for its health benefits and lower caffeine content.
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81.   Tea: How is White Tea Graded? by Jon M. Stout
    White tea has become a very popular drink in recent years. Though it's been grown at least as far back as the Tang Dynasty (618-907 A.D.), it is a new beverage to most people in the Western world.
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82.   Tea: How Do You Drink White Tea? by Jon M. Stout
    Tea is the world's most popular beverage, next to water. But, some people are still fairly new to tea drinking, and are still learning the popular varieties and deciding which ones are they like best.
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83.   How is Black Tea Different from Other Teas? by Jon M. Stout
    There is plenty of evidence to suggest that drinking tea can be a healthy experience. Tea contains ingredients which may be beneficial in the fight against heart disease, cancer, and various stress-related illnesses. In the Western World, green tea has gotten a great deal of attention in recent years. However, black tea remains a popular beverage worldwide.
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84.   How Is Black Tea Graded? by Jon M. Stout
    You may have only recently learned the many benefits of drinking black tea. As a result of what you've heard about black tea's potential medicinal effects and its unique taste, you may be prompted to learn even more about this intriguing beverage. Consequently, you may be curious about how black tea is graded.
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85.   Ordering Black Tea Online by Jon M. Stout
    If you're a fan of black tea, you might purchase your favorite blends at a local specialty store or gourmet outlet. However, you can now order black tea online.
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86.   Black Tea: India vs Ceylon by Jon M. Stout
    Black tea is certainly one of the most intriguing beverages on the market today. It comes in a variety of forms and flavors, making it popular among a diverse cross-section of people. In addition, researchers now believe that black tea may have medicinal qualities-a finding which has increased its stature among health-conscious consumers.
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87.   Black Tea Online Ordering by Jon M. Stout
    If you're a fan of black tea, you might have become accustomed to purchasing your favorite blends at a local specialty store, supermarket, or gourmet outlet. However, thanks to the evolution of the Internet, you can now browse for black tea in the privacy of your own home. Ordering black tea online is safe, convenient, and can also be quite cost-effective.
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88.   Local Delivery Of Ultra Pure Water In The Washington, D.C. Metro Area: Purity and Customer Service is the Key by Jon M. Stout
    The Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area is one of the fastest growing areas of the United States. Fueled by massive spending in the areas of Defense and Homeland Security, Washington D.C and parts of Northern Virginia and Maryland have seen a major influx in professional workers who fill high paying jobs in government agencies and contractors supporting the government.
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89.   Home And Office Bottled Water Delivery In Northern Virginia: 5 Valuable Tips for Selecting a Supplier by Jon M. Stout
    Throughout the United States many consumers and businesses are electing to purchase bottled drinking water instead of tap or well water. The trend is clearly on the rise.
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90.   E-Commerce And Drinking Water - Safety, Convenience and Customer Service Combine for Customer Satisfaction by Jon M. Stout
    E-Commerce is coming of age with millions of new customers from internet sales for a wide variety of products. Advances in web site design, payment mechanisms and delivery systems have met the increased demand for online ordering.
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91.   Customer Service And The Bottled Water Industry - Pure Water and the Customer Promise by Jon M. Stout
    Almost every company discusses, at length, the need for customer service and the significance of supplying true excellence to its customers. However, very few actually follow through with what it takes to attain this excellence. This is particularly true in the bottled water business since not all providers share the opinion that customer service is of the utmost importance in any business.
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92.   Private Labeled Drinking Water And The Martial Arts Company by Jon M. Stout
    Martial arts training is an important contributor to the health and wellness of American culture and it combines physical fitness with a lifestyle that emphasizes discipline, honesty, respect for authority and the rights of others.
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93.   Pure Water And Fine Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Tea originated in China 5,000 years ago and the selection and brewing of tea has been refined to an art with health and spiritual aspects emerging as part of the process.
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94.   Private Labeled Bottled Water And Weddings by Jon M. Stout
    For most people, the wedding is a very import event in their lives. The joining of two people and the creation of a new family is one of the most meaningful occasions in a person's life.
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95.   Water Quality And Carbonated Soft Drinks by Jon M. Stout
    Perhaps the greatest challenge to a healthy lifestyle in the United States today is the inclusion of carbonated soft drinks in the individual diet; this is particularly true in the diets of teenagers and younger children. Sales of carbonated soft drinks in elementary, middle and high schools are of particular concern to parents and consumer action groups.
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96.   5 Steps To Success In The Private Label Water Business: Affiliate Program Success for Profits and Wealth by Jon M. Stout
    The private label bottled drinking water is a growth industry with double digit growth and profit opportunities for the entrepreneur. But like most opportunities care must be taken to seek out and exploit the most profitable niche in the market.
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97.   Improve Your Health And Wellbeing With Wu Long Tea: Benefits Of Drinking Wu Long Tea by Jon M. Stout
    The Wu long (also referred to as oolong) family of teas is characterized by a partial oxidation process that is controllable by varying degrees of heat. Wu long tea has the benefits and taste of both Green Tea and the fully oxidized Black Tea.
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98.   Tea, High Tea And Afternoon Tea – What's The Difference? by Jon M. Stout
    There are two forms of tea that often cause confusion in the tea world: tea the drink and tea the meal. Tea the drink is made from the Camellia Sinensis plant and from the processing of the plant white, green, oolong, and black teas are produced. The basic teas are also often blended with other plants like vanilla, mint and melon as well as flavors like Oil of Bergamot to make Earl Grey Tea.
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99.   History Of Tea – Taxes And Smuggling In 18th Century England by Jon M. Stout
    Since its introduction to the western world, tea has grown in popularity and is now the second most popular beverage in the world after water. Throughout its history tea demand has grown as a result of its good taste, health and medicinal properties and increasingly efficient channels of production and distribution.
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100.   Green Tea's Effect On Body Fat by Jon M. Stout
    Losing weight is a subject on the minds of many. Our eat on the run, tv watching lifestyle has led many of us to have bigger waistlines than we'd like; and bigger waistlines than are healthy for us. In fact, the US Centers for Disease Control estimates that over 60 million Americans, or 30% of the adult population, are obese.
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101.   Wu Long Teas And Weight Loss After The Holidays by Jon M. Stout
    For most people the holidays like Christmas, Chanukah and New Years are special occasions that allow families to reunite and spend quality time together. Accompanying the festivities are often parties and dinners that can result in weight gain. Many people often seek ways to reduce weight after the holidays are over.
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102.   Weight Loss Tips by Jon M. Stout
    Today, doctors are calling obesity our number one health concern in the United States. Today, about 30% of the adult population in this country is considered obese. In addition, 16% of children between the ages of 6 and 19 are overweight. Though it has gained a tremendous amount of attention in the past few years, the problem is still on the rise.
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103.   More Evidence That Tea Helps With Weight Loss by Jon M. Stout
    Every little bit of help is useful when you're trying to lose weight or keep your weight stable as you get older. Diet and exercise are still the most important components of weight loss and maintenance, but studies are showing that tea, particularly green tea, may be able to provide some assistance in losing weight and keeping it off.
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104.   How Does Green Tea Help Weight Loss? by Jon M. Stout
    For many people, finding a weight loss supplement that's safe and effective would be nothing short of a miracle. We all know that there are no magic bullets when it comes to weight loss; we have to consume fewer calories in a day than our body uses in order to lose weight. However, finding ways to burn fat faster would speed up the process and make it easier.
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105.   How Tea And Caffeine Can Help You Control Your Waistline by Jon M. Stout
    Caffeine has often been shown to help speed up metabolism, giving it possibilities as a weight loss supplement. However, the problem with using caffeine as a weight loss supplement is that most of our bodies are accustomed to some caffeine intake, so it may require a significant amount to have any effect. And for some, such a large dosage of caffeine can have side effects.
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106.   Reducing Cholesterol And Body Fat With Tea by Jon M. Stout
    High cholesterol, heart disease and obesity are serious health issues, and seem to go hand in hand. A diet heavy in high cholesterol foods like meat, cheese and eggs can cause weight gain and high cholesterol levels. High cholesterol levels and being overweight, in turn, lead to heart disease. So, getting cholesterol levels and weight under control are significant factors in reducing the risk of heart disease.
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107.   The Tea Room Business Plan – Basic Concepts by Jon M. Stout
    Business planning and the start of a new tea room venture is more of a process than an event. A new business is a separate entity that is very much like a garden: planning is required to start, certain mandatory steps are required and constant management and pruning must occur to produce a successful venture.
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108.   The Role Of The Tea Room And The Tea Supplier by Jon M. Stout
    The growth in demand for high quality loose leaf tea is spectacular and all indications are that the trend will continue for the foreseeable future. As more loose leaf tea enthusiasts consume greater quantities of tea, the relationship between tea suppliers and the tea room increases in importance.
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109.   Loose Leaf Tea Drinkers In The United States by Jon M. Stout
    Traditionally, the marketplace for loose leaf tea drinkers in the United States has been limited. Although loose leaf tea was extremely popular in colonial times, the consumption of loose leaf tea gradually changed and recently the American market for tea has been generally confined to iced tea and tea in bags.
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110.   Growing Demand For Loose Leaf Tea And Tea Rooms by Jon M. Stout
    The new American tea culture places high value on stress reduction (perhaps partially attributable to the relaxing properties of L-Theanine-a natural amino compound occurring in tea), blends that respond to the demands of the market, product purity (Fair Trade and certified organic tea is thriving in the U.S.) and exotic brewing accessories (the after-market for tea accoutrements is substantial compared to espresso-based drinks).
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111.   Can Oolong Tea Help Men Lose Weight? by Jon M. Stout
    It seems that we're all fighting the battle of the bulge. Especially as we get older, it seems to get harder to keep the pounds at bay. We often think of women as being the dieters, but in fact, men are just as subject to weight problems as women.
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112.   Should You Consume Caffeine To Lose Weight? by Jon M. Stout
    People seeking to lose weight are typically anxious to hear about any trick to make weight loss easier. One way to help speed weight loss is to find ways to speed up the metabolism, so that more calories are burned in a day.
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113.   The Green Tea/Caffeine Combination For Weight Loss by Jon M. Stout
    In recent years, the subject of green tea has garnered a great deal of attention. Green tea has been touted for its anti-oxidants and their unique ability to prevent illness and fight aging. Green tea has also been purported to help with weight loss, and it has been assumed that tea's anti-oxidants were also responsible for this benefit. However, some findings are suggesting that it's not just the anti-oxidants alone that make green tea an effective weight loss supplement.
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114.   Tea: Are Tea's Anti-Oxidants Really Useable By The Body? by Jon M. Stout
    In recent years, tea has gained a great deal of attention for its ability to protect our health and prevent disease. But, many have wondered if the anti-oxidants in tea are actually absorbed by our bodies in enough quantity to really be helpful, or if we're better off taking supplements.
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115.   Tea: Can Tea Reduce Your Stress Level? by Jon M. Stout
    Our lives are busier today than ever. We work longer hours and have hectic family lives, too. All of this activity can lead to higher stress levels, and the physical symptoms that accompany such high stress levels.
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116.   Tea: Black Tea Is Good For Your Heart by Jon M. Stout
    In the United States, more people die each year from heart disease and stroke than any other illness. And, the saddest part is that most of the causes of heart disease are completely preventable. While it's true that heredity plays a part in heart disease, lifestyle plays a more important role for most people.
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117.   What Is A Tea Of The Month Club? by Jon M. Stout
    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.
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118.   Green Tea or Black for Preventing Breast Cancer? by Jon M. Stout
    In recent years there has been an abundance of research investigating the benefits of green and black tea on preventing disease. And, the results have been divided. Depending on the health condition being evaluated, some studies have shown green tea to be more effective, while others have shown green and black tea to be equally effective.
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119.   What Makes Tea So Effective At Preventing Heart Disease? by Jon M. Stout
    Many bodies of research have shown that tea is effective at preventing heart disease in several ways. Tea prevents the oxidation of LDL cholesterol into plaque, the hard substance that clogs our arteries, making us more susceptible to heart attacks and strokes. Tea is also thought to have an anti-inflammatory effect, which helps the heart in its overall function.
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120.   Green Tea and the Skin by Jon M. Stout
    Natural skin care products are gaining popularity. In addition to the popularity of natural beauty products, many people are also interested in other types of green tea skin products, such as those that can be used for healing cuts and minimizing the appearance of scars. A third area of interest for botanical products is anti-aging.
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121.   The Health Benefits of Black Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world, after water. And, in all parts of the world except Asia, the vast majority of the tea consumed is black tea. Scientists have uncovered many healthful benefits of drinking tea, making drinking this very popular beverage a very healthy habit to get into.
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122.   Green Tea for Weight Control and Maintenance by Jon M. Stout
    At any given time, over 40% of women report being on a diet to lose weight. Many people are constantly looking for ways to become slimmer and healthier. And, while most of us now realize that there are no magic bullets, it's nice to know the little tricks that can help improve our success at losing weight and keeping it off.
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123.   Anti-oxidants for the Skin – Can They Make a Difference? by Jon M. Stout
    With all the recent talk about anti-oxidants and their importance in protecting our health, nearly all of us have learned that we should be eating and drinking more foods and beverages with high anti-oxidant contents. But, what about skincare products that contain herbs and plants that are high in anti-oxidants? Can they help reduce aging when used topically?
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124.   Is Green Tea Effective Regardless of How It's Administered? by Jon M. Stout
    In recent years, green tea has gained a lot of attention for its ability to prevent disease and protect health. The potent anti-oxidant ability of green tea has been shown to prevent cardiovascular disease and cancer.
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125.   Can Drinking Green Tea Prevent the Flu? by Jon M. Stout
    In the U.S. alone, between 25 and 50 million people get the flu each year. 150,000 people are hospitalized and 30,000-40,000 die. So, it's clear that getting the flu is a significant health concern. Most of those who are hospitalized or die from the flu are the very young and the very old; so flu prevention is even more essential for this population group. If you're concerned about preventing the flu virus this year, here are some things you can do to reduce your risk.
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126.   Why We Need More Research on Flavonoids by Jon M. Stout
    In recent years, alternative therapies have regained popularity in our culture for their possible use in preventing and treating disease. And it appears that one of the best things we can do to prevent disease and help ensure we live a long and healthy life is to be careful of our diet. A good diet is a simple way to help our bodies stay healthy and heal themselves.
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127.   Green Tea's Role in Cancer Prevention by Jon M. Stout
    Green tea has recently caught the attention of scientists working to discover ways to prevent and treat cancer. Researchers began looking at green tea because of the significantly lower rates of certain diseases in Asian culture, where green tea is widely consumed. Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world, after water; so if we can harness health properties in this beverage, it could have huge impact on our health.
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128.   Can Green Tea Help With Gastrointestinal Illnesses? by Jon M. Stout
    For the last several years, there has been an abundance of research on the effects of green tea and the many health benefits that it can offer. For centuries, Asians have used green tea for health, both to prevent disease and treat illnesses.
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129.   Drug Interactions with Alternative Therapies by Jon M. Stout
    Herbs and other alternative therapies were the original medicine. Ancient cultures used herbs and plants to stay healthy and cure illness. But, for years after the pharmaceutical world took over treatment, the Western world lost interest in alternative therapies.
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130.   Are Our Drinks Making Us Fat? by Jon M. Stout
    Recently obesity has become American's number one health concern. The level of obesity in this country has risen to shocking proportions.
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131.   Can Lung Cancer Be Prevented? by Jon M. Stout
    Lung cancer is the most fatal form of cancer in the US, and other developed countries, today. And the fact is, that most of the cancer treatments that work well on other forms of cancer often don't work well on lung cancer. Add to that the fact that lung cancer is often not diagnosed until it is far advanced, and it's easy to understand why this disease is so often fatal.
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132.   Can Tea Prevent Alzheimer's Disease? by Jon M. Stout
    One of the most frightening health concerns facing the aging is Alzheimer's disease. Alzheimer's disease is a progressive brain disorder that gradually destroys a person's memory and ability to learn, reason, make judgments, communicate and carry out daily activities.
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133.   Herbal Teas for Preventing Breast Cancer by Jon M. Stout
    In recent years, much research has been done on ways to prevent breast cancer and other disease. Much of the research has focused on green tea, which has been shown in many studies to have cancer preventing qualities. So much research has been done, in fact, that Japan's medical community now calls green tea a known cancer preventative, and other medical communities are expected to follow suit.
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134.   Can Tea Help Prevent Food Poison? by Jon M. Stout
    There are dozens of variations of food poison, and none of them are pleasant. One of them is Bacillus cereus. While not usually life threatening, this common form of food poisoning can cause diarrhea, nausea, cramps and vomiting. Symptoms usually appear 8-16 hours after exposure to the bacteria, and can disrupt your life for a few days.
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135.   Using Green Tea to Increase Weight Loss and Control Diabetes by Jon M. Stout
    Many of us battle our weight and are looking for ways to help control our weight easily and more naturally, helping us to avoid weight related health problems. One of the most serious weight related health complications is diabetes. And, while it's likely that we'll never find a magic pill, it is becoming more evident that there are ways to help improve our chances of both losing weight and controlling Type II diabetes.
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136.   Are Herbs Effective for Preventing Illness? by Jon M. Stout
    We're all on a quest to live longer and be healthier. In the last generation, alternative therapies like herbal treatments were often brushed off by doctors as having no effects.
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137.   Cancer and Green Tea – Sorting Through The Evidence by Jon M. Stout
    By now most of us have heard that green tea may have tremendous potential in terms of helping us win the war against cancer. There have been many studies that have shown that green tea has been shown to prevent the development of cancer when it is a significant part of your diet. In addition, there have even been studies that have shown that green tea may even have potential for treating cancer.
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138.   Can Green Tea Help You Lose Weight? by Jon M. Stout
    Many of us are interested in losing weight. Weight loss products are huge sellers – even when they make ridiculous claims. But there is evidence to suggest that some substances can help speed up our metabolism. And, we all know that a faster metabolism means more calories burned in a day – and that can easily translate into weight loss.
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139.   Beating the Gain by Jon M. Stout
    We all know about those pounds that tend to creep on as we age. Even if it seems that nothing else changes, our weight tends to creep up a pound or two each year, particularly once we hit 40. But, there are ways to beat this gain that seems to associate itself with aging. Here are some tips to help keep you from getting middle age spread.
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140.   Green Tea's Protection Against Diabetes by Jon M. Stout
    In recent years, we've seen lots of attention focused on the health benefits of drinking green tea. Much of the research has centered on green tea's ability to prevent, and possibly even treat, cancer. But, there are other serious health concerns that may be positively affected by adding green tea to your diet. One of the most important is Type II diabetes.
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141.   Can Caffeinated Beverages Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk? by Jon M. Stout
    Women today are more concerned than ever about preventing breast cancer. There is much speculation about how our lifestyle and habits affect our chances of contracting this and other cancers. Well, there are many risk factors that can make you more prone to breast cancer, but there are also things you can do to prevent breast cancer.
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142.   Can Green Tea Protect Against Atherosclerosis? by Jon M. Stout
    Heart disease and high cholesterol are some of the most prevalent health concerns in our country today. One of the things that all of us should be concerned with in our quest to live long and healthy lives is our cholesterol levels. Out of control cholesterol is a leading contributor to heart disease, blood clots and stroke.
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143.   Green Tea: The Best Medicine for High Cholesterol? by Jon M. Stout
    It was reportedly discovered by a Chinese emperor some 40 centuries ago. And, legend has it, the discovery was purely by accident. But that coincidental discovery has improved the health of people around the world, who have turned to green tea in particular to help soothe their pains, improve their digestion, alleviate their depression, boost their immune system, and perhaps even lengthen their lives. But what is it that makes green tea so beneficial to human health?
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144.   Unlocking the Secrets to Cancer in China by Jon M. Stout
    Throughout the world, cancer remains a leading cause of death. All told, more than six million people around the globe die of the disease each year. Cancer has become a particular concern in China, where the mortality rate from the disease has been on the rise. In fact, some 1.5 million people in China died of cancer in the year 2000.
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145.   Your Lifestyle and Your Risk for Bladder Cancer by Jon M. Stout
    Each year more and more research is conducted on how to reduce your risk of developing cancer. For some forms of cancer, it's fairly simple to understand how to reduce risk. For example, we know that most lung cancer victims are smokers, and that many cases of skin cancer are caused by unprotected over exposure to the sun. For other cancers, understanding how to reduce our risk is not so simple, because we don't really understand what causes them.
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146.   Green Tea's Effectiveness in Fighting Pancreatic Cancer by Jon M. Stout
    Cancer is one of our country's most frightening diseases. One million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer this year, and about 300 people will die from it each and every day. Scientists continue scrambling for understanding into what causes cancer, so that we can prevent it.
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147.   Cancer Preventing Qualities of Green Tea by Jon M. Stout
    One of the most important discoveries resulting from the many years of cancer research is the indication that there may be several natural ways to prevent cancer. Learning how we might prevent cancer could be the most important tool in eradicating this disease.
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148.   Can Green Tea Treat Skin Cancer? by Jon M. Stout
    Some of the most promising cancer research going on today involves the use of green tea and its ability to prevent cancer and even treat cancer in patients who have already been diagnosed with the disease. Researchers are examining many possibilities for how green tea might be used, and working to determine the cancer types for which it holds the most promise.
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149.   Can Green Tea Improve Your Chances of Surviving Breast Cancer? by Jon M. Stout
    Breast cancer is one of the most frightening diseases faced by today's women. In fact, breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, after nonmelanoma skin cancer. About 13% of American women will develop breast cancer at some point in their lifetime. And, it is the second leading cause of cancer death among women, after lung cancer.
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150.   Green Tea's Influence on Chemotherapy by Jon M. Stout
    For the last several years, there has been an abundance of research on the effects of green tea and its possible ability to prevent cancer. There has been a lot of focus on Asian culture, where the incidence of cancer is significantly lower that that of the Western world.
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151.   Green Tea May Positively Effect Stomach Cancer in Habitual Tea Drinkers by Jon M. Stout
    Stomach Cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the Western World. In fact, the American Cancer Society estimates that 22,228 Americans will be diagnosed with stomach cancer during 2006. They also project that there will be an estimated 11,430 deaths from this type of disease. Therefore, the search for a cure for this disease has been a long standing one. In the past, clinical researchers have hypothesized that drinking green tea may indeed inhibit stomach carcinogenesis, and a few case-studies with animals and human beings have successfully broadened this theory.
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152.   Drinking Green Tea Might Prevent The Absorption of Cholesterol by Jon M. Stout
    There are many studies being conducted on the effects of drinking green tea and how it can benefit the body. Along with its possible antioxidant qualities, there are also studies pointing to the possibility that green tea can help you maintain and even lower your cholesterol levels.
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153.   Herbs as a Preventative Agent and Source for Healthy Living by Jon M. Stout
    We have all heard of herbal remedies, passed on from generation to generation, lending healthful cures and preventative health maintenance from the ancient East to our American cowboy. Now through science, medicine is testing and researching the power of herbs and finding that there just might be something to the notion that herbs do more than look pretty, smell good, or make tasty spices and teas.
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154.   Can Green and Black Tea Fight Some Tumors? by Jon M. Stout
    In a recent study by the Department of Dermatology at the Mount Sinai-NYU Medical Center in New York, NY, aqueous extracts of green and black teas were revealed to ward off experimentally induced animal tumors, particularly those caused by ultraviolet (UV) light-induced skin carcinogenesis. The study compared the impact of variable extractable fractions of green and black teas on scavenging hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), and UV irradiation-induced formation of 8-hydroxy 2'-deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) in vitro.
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155.   Chinese Teas May Help Lower Your Cholesterol Levels by Jon M. Stout
    For thousands of years the Chinese have claimed many health benefits can be gained from drinking teas. In fact, many international, Canadian and U.S. based tea drinkers agree that Chinese teas should be the beverage of choice. In fact, during a recent survey conducted by the Canadian Tea Council, over 40% of Canadians agreed that they drank tea for its "health benefits" and others stated that it "tasted great, had no calories or fat and can help you take better care of yourself."
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156.   Drinking Green Tea May Help to Reduce the Risk of Developing Gastrointestinal Cancer by Jon M. Stout
    Tea drinkers will be happy to learn that they just might be protecting themselves against the risks of developing stomach and intestinal cancers. It appears that green tea can help fight gastrointestinal carcinogenesis. This is the process by which normal cells in the gastrointestinal tract can be transformed into cancer cells.
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157.   Consumption of Green or Black Tea May Positively Effect Cardiovascular Disease by Jon M. Stout
    Over the years, researchers have stipulated that green or black tea consumption reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. This is very important because people from all walks of life inevitably suffer from some form of this potentially deadly disease.
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158.   Lifestyle Choices May be a Predictor or Bladder Cancer by Jon M. Stout
    The thought itself is astounding: a way possibly exists to predict if a person could possibly contract bladder cancer in the future. In recent studies, debate is emerging in regards to one theory – that lifestyle choices and the impact of living life a certain way may be related to bladder cancer. A recent study by the Department of Preventive Medicine of Nagoya University School of Medicine indicates that there might, in fact, be a strong and credible link between lifestyle and bladder cancer.
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159.   The History of Tea: Health and Healing Properties by Jon M. Stout
    For more than 4000 years now, tea has been a faithful staple in many cultures and countries around the world. Used as a sustaining liquid for those suffering from infectious disease, there are many believers who have always asserted that tea holds powerful healing properties. In some cases, they believe that tea can actually cure ailments and sickness. New emerging studies are elevating these assumptions from myth to scientific reality, providing significant evidence that tea is indeed a source of health and contains legitimate healing properties.
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160.   Recent Research Indicates Major Antimutagenic Activity in Green Tea by Jon M. Stout
    On any day around the globe, nearly two thirds of the population drinks tea, of one kind or another. 20% of daily global tea consumption is green tea. Used for various purposes in Asian countries for centuries; green tea is now a very popular North American beverage also. New research is emerging that suggests that green tea plays a significant role in prohibiting and in some cases, reversing common mutations that are considered carcinogens (cancer causing agents). Furthermore, the studies are also uncovering facts that indicate that green tea holds healing properties that slow the aging process and other age related illness and ailments..
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161.   Growing Demand for Loose Leaf Tea and Tea Rooms by Jon M. Stout
    The tremendous demand for high quality loose leaf tea is favorably affecting the tea room industry.
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162.   Why Drink Green Tea – Three Reasons to Enjoy a Popular Beverage by Jon M. Stout
    High quality loose leaf tea is a popular beverage throughout the world. Green tea is flavorful, is part of many cultures and provides medicinal benefits.
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