Of course, your body will react to the things that you consume.
You are what you eat, after all, right?
However it is interesting to note the findings of a recently study by the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston they have discovered that what you drink has quite a marked difference in the likelihood of developing kidney stones.
…continue reading Select your drink to help prevent kidney stones
It has become something of a buzz word, hasn’t it?
Independence on the high street that is.
There have been many high profile campaigns in the UK , such as Mary Queen of Shops and her mission to save the British high street from becoming swamped by chains and, instead, promoting the individuality and idiosyncrasies of independent shops.
…continue reading Independence on the high street
Many of us love our animals, don’t we?
And yet there can be something of a problem when working out whether or not dogs would be welcome when we travel around, drop by in pubs and restaurants.
Have you ever heard of the Rosie Award?
…continue reading Dog-lovers unite in coffee shop
All over our towns and cities, new coffee houses are springing up.
Recent surveys have indicated that both well-run independent coffee shops and also well-run coffee shop chains are doing well and are appreciated by the general public.
It seems we have fallen in love with the coffee culture and are very willing to support a welcoming coffee shop with good quality coffee.
…continue reading Norwich coffee house with a difference
The issue of breast cancer has been in the news of late, after the shock disclosure that Angelina Jolie has had a pre-emptive double mastectomy due to her concerns about the disease.
However, breast cancer has also made the headlines recently in relation to coffee and its impact on the disease.
The article appeared in the Oncology Nurse Advisor and reported on the relationship between the return of breast cancer and the consumption of coffee.
…continue reading The return of breast cancer and coffee
Once upon a time, the national drink of many countries was tea.
Think of those well known phrases the stereotypical English ‘afternoon tea’, the Chinese phrases ‘for all the tea in China’. India too, has long been known as a predominantly tea-drinking nation and the Indian teas of Darjeeling and Assam are renowned the world over.
However, the coffee news online for India of late has indicated that a change is on the wind.
…continue reading What is the national drink of India?
The answer to this question largely depends on who the coffee date is with, isn’t it?
However, you might be surprised to hear how much has been paid recently in a charity auction for one particular coffee date.
How much was paid at the auction?
…continue reading How much would you pay for a coffee date?
If you keep an eye on the coffee related news, you’ll know that coffee has been heralded as something of a health enhancer in many ways.
There are many medical research projects regarding the consumption of caffeine which indicate certain health benefits.
There is also a new craze for the use of green coffee supplements as a means to weight loss.
…continue reading Coffee and exercise
It’s rather nice, isn’t it, to have deliveries to your door?
Rather than trailing around the shops when you are cash rich and time poor, it is helpful to have someone to bring your products to you.
Once upon a time, newspapers were delivered by the paper boy and milk by the milkman.
…continue reading Coffee deliveries
It’s all hotting up.
We reported in the past about the various national competitions that are currently underway to find the best barista to be put forward by each nation, for the World Barista Championships in Melbourne later in the year.
…continue reading Scotland chooses its competitor barista for the championship