Forget your coffee in the morning- try a cup of tea! Freshly brewed green or black tea is extremely beneficial to your brain because it is full of catechins. Have you ever had a day where you just feel drained, tired, and “too lazy” to think? It may be because you are lacking catechins in your brain. Catechins are great for keeping your mind sharp, fresh, and functioning properly. Not only do they keep your brain working right, they also allow it to relax and help to fight against mental fatigue Home Remedies, Teas Benefits, Fun Recipes, Tasti Recipes, Green Teas, Savory Recipes, Healthy Drinks, Favorite Recipes, Weights Loss
Harold Holdcroft designed Old Country Roses in1962.Taking both rich and soft colors he completed the winning design with rich gold stipple and a burnished gold rim.This classic pattern emphasises the full bodied and curvaceous Montrose tableware shape.Over one hundred million pieces of Old Country Roses have been sold, more than any other bone china tableware pattern.
I love these. I immediately thought of the claymation film "Mary and Max" Narrator: "Her favourite tea bag was Earl Grey. She loved saying "Earl Grey" and would like one day to marry someone called Earl Grey. They would live in a castle in Scotland, have 9 babies, 2 ducks...and a dog called Kevin."
If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you know just how healthy whole grains are for your body; however, they are also a great food for your brain. Whole wheat, bran, and wheat germ have high contents of folate, as do brown rice, oatmeal, whole-grain breads, barley, and others. All of these foods work to increase blood flow to the brain which means a higher quality and quantity of brain function.