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Tea Compounds May Boost Attention Span

In a new study about to be published in the journal, Appetite, researchers at Unilever found that 97 mg. of L-theanine (an amino acid found in tea) combined with 40 mg of caffeine was associated with improvements in attention.  This study appears one year after the ESFA (European Food Safety Authority) rejected Unilever's request for …continue reading

Tea and Mood

From the Tea and Health Symposium from September 2007: Dr. John Foxe, Ph.D., Professor of Neuroscience, Biology and Psychology at City College of the City University of New York, has been conducting human studies to measure the effect of theanine, an amino acid present in all kinds of tea (not herbal), on the brain and …continue reading