What you eat has a profound impact on your health and the planet. It’s well known that is it healthy to eat plants, but what does the research say about the health impacts of our plant-eating ways? Or, how our choices to eat more plants are impacting the environment? Explore the fascinating science behind the plants we eat, discover some unusual plants you can eat, and ways to eat more sustainably.
Saint John, NB – A New Brunswick start up that created an all-new way to share one of the oldest and healthiest beverages in the world is getting a big boost.
Millennia TEA and Sobeys have partnered to bring the first-ever raw, un-dried TEA to grocery freezers across Canada.
Tea in the freezer aisle is something that’s never been done before. Millennia TEA co-founder Tracy Bell says working with a Canadian grocery giant rooted in the Maritimes to bring a Maritime innovation across the county was a natural partnership.
You should eat tea, according to research. It may sound odd until you consider that green tea, one of the healthiest drinks on the planet, is created by steeping tea leaves. What makes the tea healthy are the health-promoting nutrients steeped out of the tea leaves. Tea leaves are packed with healthy nutrients! Imagine if green tea is considered a superfood, how ‘super’ it would be to eat tea leaves. (Before you dash to the kitchen to rip open a tea bag filled with dried tea, keep reading.) Dried tea leaves contain fewer nutrients and tastes less appealing than fresh leaves (similar to how you’d prefer a fresh bowl of spinach leaves to a spoonful of dried greens powder). Here’s everything you need to know about why you should eat tea leaves.