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151. Tonic Brews Herbal teas to revive
  • Peppermint tea is advised for instant brain recovery and to relieve stomach discomfort.
  • Nettle tea helps maintain strong bones and is an antioxidant.
  • Lemon balm tea refreshes in summer heat and stimulates brain and memory.
  • Ginger tea gives instant zing and keeps joints mobile and circulation moving. Grate 1 in (2.5 cm) fresh ginger into a cup, pour over boiling water and steep for 10 minutes; sweeten with honey.
  • 152. Tonic Brews Herbal teas to calm
  • Camomile tea is a natural sedative that brings relief for the digestion and stress headaches.
  • Fennel tea is soothing for the digestive system.
  • Elderflower tea calms symptoms in the hay-fever season.
  • 153. Tonic Brews Go for good coffee
    Caffeine has given coffee a bad name, but research at Harvard Medical School suggests that drinking coffee in moderation lowers risk of type 2 diabetes. It also seems to enhance brain function, reduce risk of Parkinsonís, and may protect against colon cancer. However, more than three cups a day is associated in older women with loss of bone density. Aim to enjoy one really good cup of well-brewed fresh coffee rather than several cups of mediocre instant.
    154. Tonic Brews Donít take out toxins
    When buying coffee to go, avoid coffee shops that serve hot drinks in polystyrene cups, which might allow seepage of the toxins benzene and styrene into food.
    155. Tonic Brews Demand cocoa
    Act elderly and demand to be served cocoa in bed. A cup of cocoa made with hot water contains twice as many protective antioxidant polyphenols as a glass of red wine; three times as many as a cup of green tea; and five times as many as black tea, suggests a study from Cornell University. There are concurrent benefits for heart health, circulation and glucose metabolizing. A Dutch study suggests older men who drink cocoa have lower blood pressure and may live longer than those who donít. Drink in moderation, using cocoa powder and a little sugar to taste, rather than using hot chocolate mixes, which can be high in additives and trans-fatty acids implicated in risk of heart disease. The benefits of drinking cocoa made with hot milk have not been assessed.
    156. Age defying Alcohol
    A little alcohol, especially red wine, seems to play an important role in keeping the body and brain feeling and acting youthful. Drinking one or two small glasses a day is associated with substantially lowered risk of coronary heart disease and Alzheimerís, as well as boosting immunity and reducing the risk of stroke.
    157. Age defying Alcohol Tips for the party season
    For times of the year when you simply must overindulge, try these:
  • Eat before a night on the town.
  • Match each alcoholic drink with a glass of water.
  • Stick to one type of drink.
  • Beware of cocktails and premixed drinks: fruit flavoring and sweetness disguise alcoholic content.
  • Donít allow your glass to be refilled until itís empty.
  • 158. Age defying Alcohol Avoid bingeing
    Reserving the recommended number of units of alcohol for one weekly or monthly drinking session wipes out the benefits of a daily glass of wine. When bingeing becomes regular, it makes more likely some ailments associated with aging, from cardiovascular disease, stroke, and liver or kidney damage to breast cancer and osteoporosis.
    159. Age defying Alcohol Red wine benefits
    Drinking a glass of red wine a day seems to have remarkable health effects, protecting the aging heart and even guarding against gum disease suggests a recent study, thanks to the presence of impressive amounts of antioxidant phenols, which thin the blood and keep artery walls clear. Spanish studies found people who enjoyed two or more glasses a day suffered 44 percent fewer colds than those who did not indulge.
    160. Age defying Alcohol Red or white
    Although white wine has health benefits, red wine seems to be more useful in the antiaging armory. If you are trying to keep your weight down, be aware that a standard glass of sweet white wine contains almost 120 calories, compared to, on average, 85 in a glass of red wine.

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