IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research that finds yet another benefit to drinking hot tea.
MAKING CHANGES: It’s easy - drink tea!
FACT OR FICTION: Snowball fights are a great way to connect with friends and neighbors, get outside in the winter and enjoy the fresh air after being cooped up for days. But this city took the snowball fight to an extreme -
In The News
Research published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology found that drinking one cup of tea each day can reduce your potential risk for developing glaucoma. Coffee, decaffeinated tea, iced tea and soft drinks do not have the same effect on your eye health. After controlling for confounding factors, such as diabetes, the researchers found those who drink 1 cup of hot tea a day have a 74 percent reduced risk of having glaucoma.
Daily Health Tip
Tea is incredibly healthy and good for your overall well-being AND good mood. Choose the tea you enjoy and drink daily!
Positive energy motivates me to achieve important personal objectives. It builds my confidence and willingness to embrace other people's viewpoint.
Today, I pledge to play my part in bringing positive energy to all situations. My commitment to bright and cheery living comes across in all my interactions. I am a positive being.
Fact or Fiction?
Snowball fights are a great way to connect with friends and neighbors, get outside in the winter and enjoy the fresh air after being cooped up for days. But this city took the snowball fight to an extreme -
Your neighborhood may have gotten together for a fantastic snowball fight but in January 2013 5,834 people in Seattle Washington gathered to have fun in the largest snowball fight in recorded history.
Have a wonderful day!
Your Healthy Life America Team