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While it may sound unusual, drinking tea could help those who struggle with keeping their resolutions to stay on course – and this includes rooibos.
Researchers claim that herbal drinks, like Rooibos, which is indigenous to South Africa and derived from the leaves of the Aspalathus linearis plant, may prove useful in alleviating discomfort from overeating.
To live happy and healthier lives, it’s becoming imperative for men to make better lifestyle choices. This Movember, the good news is that drinking two cups of tea a day can make a big difference in long-term health. We’ll raise a cuppa rooibos to that!
Good nutrition is the foundation for a healthy future for infants – and that can include rooibos, but not until they’ve been weaned. Breastfeeding mothers can also drink Rooibos as a source of pre-biotic for the infant, while also changing their diet to help treat colic.
We’ll be seeing a lot more of the colour Rooibos on fashion ramps after the Rooibos Pantone® was announced as one of the top ten colours in the Fashion Colour Trend Report for spring 2024 at this past New York Fashion Week.
While no cure exists for Alzheimer’s, studies with rooibos extracts show it may be able to reduce risk and onset of neurodegenerative diseases.