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Jonathan Galland’s Blog on MindBodyGreen — 5 New Reasons To Drink Tea


As we embrace the spring after a seemingly never-ending freezing winter, here is a refreshing look at the tradition and science of tea.

Jonathan Galland, CEO of PillAdvised, has just published a blog on MindBodyGreen on 5 New Reasons To Drink Tea + How to Brew Your Spring Detox Cup.

In this blog he talks about tea health benefits and the ancient wisdom of tea from traditional Chinese Medicine.  Learn how modern science is uncovering

how tea can help with fat-burning, anti-aging, mood-boosting, immunity, and bone health.

In China, where they have a tea history of over one thousand years, people enjoy endless cups of steaming hot tea at home and bring a thermos of hot tea with them wherever they go.

 Read the full blog at MindBodyGreen.




Practice Tai Chi to Fight Aging

Dr. Shinn-Zong Lin

Tai Chi, a traditional Chinese martial art and sport, could be a choice of anti-aging exercise as it has been found beneficial in raising the numbers of a type of cell important to the body’s functions and structures.


To evaluate the potential life-lengthening effect of Tai Chi, researchers from Taiwan conducted a year-long study comparing the rejuvenating and anti-aging effects among three groups of Continue reading


Fish Oil Fights Junk Food Impact on Brain

Fish oil may reduce the effects that junk food has on the brain, a new review from the University of Liverpool has shown.

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Curcumin Protection for Liver Health

At Pilladvised.com we have a passion for fighting inflammation for all the benefits it brings¸ from weight loss and pain relief to anti-aging and prevention.


So we take notice of the research discoveries on natural products that show inflammation-reducing potential.

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Can Greek Coffee Make You Live Longer?

Can Greek Coffee Make You Live (Almost) Forever?

The answer to longevity may be far simpler than we imagine.


A new study from Greece says the answer may be right under our noses in the form of a morning coffee.


The inhabitants of the Greek island Ikaria are famous for their longevity-and scientists have sought to discover what is their secret.

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