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It is the most common tea served in Chinese restaurants, as a batch of leaves can be steeped up to five times — the third and fourth brews give the best flavor. Reddish- brown when brewed, it is generally stronger, more roasted and full- bodied in taste and aroma than other types of tea.
They are dried naturally before being gently bruised and roasted over charcoal. The Tie Guan Yin is one of the most well-known while the Da Hong Pao is the finest and most expensive. Oolong tea prices vary greatly. Most high-quality oolong teas are made in China’s Fujian province. Read the rest of this entry »
Assam, Earl Grey and western style breakfast – most of the teas that we drink in cafes are single estate or blends of black tea. Infused to a clear shade of dark red, most black teas are hearty and boast the strongest flavors among all tea. As it’s fully oxidized, it can retain its flavor for several years. It also has the highest caffeine level at about 3%. The best black teas are the young shoots of each branch, with silver or golden tips.
Popular for antioxidant properties, the taste ranges from refreshing and mild, to grassy and full-bodies. The golden yellow brew is the most natural tea – freshly plucked leaves are dried and packed without being oxidized; it retains its green color as chlorophyll is not broken down. Read the rest of this entry »
On Your Hot Seat
- Sit with your feet comfortably flat on the floor and elbows level with the keyboard.
- Keep your arms parallel to the floor.
- Recline chair slightly to reduce pressure on the lower back.
- Push your hips very close to the back of the chair.
- De-clutter the area below your desk so you have room to stretch your legs.
On the phone
- Avoid holding the receiver between the shoulder and the ear as it strains the neck.
- Use a headset if you use the phone frequently.
- Make sure the phone is within easy reach to avoid over-stretching.
- Use both thumbs to type messages on your mobile phone to minimize the strain on one thumb. Read the rest of this entry »
What should I do??? Most people facing the same problem with: Whenever they sit down, their stomach spills over my pants, skirt or jeans. How can they get rid of this roll of fat?
Eating a balanced diet and cutting down on your intake of carbohydrates will help reduce overall body fat. Regular exercise will also help increase energy expenditure and tone abdominal muscles.
Fat that doesn’t budge with diet and exercise can be treated with Slim Laser Body Contouring, which is suitable for areas like the abdomen, love-handles, thighs, arms and back. It is a minimally invasive procedure with minimum downtime. It uses a powerful io-watt Nd:YAG laser to melt and destroy fat cells before they are removed from the body. Read the rest of this entry »