“Striking” research finds matcha green tea can kill breast cancer cells

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

Higher vitamin D levels are associated with lower breast cancer rates among women of color, according to a new study of Black and Latina women. The findings are expected... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

The “most wonderful time of the year” can also be some of the most anxiety-inducing. Biotech supplement company Adventa Bioscience reports that 88% of US... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

Premium matcha may have applications as a functional nootropic. The ingredient can enhance cognition and reactions in young adults, according to new research published... Read More

FormattedPicture

FOOD RESEARCH

Green tea is commonly viewed as healthy, and its consumption is often linked to a longer life, supposedly due to its high level of antioxidants. However, excessive... Read More

FormattedPicture

BUSINESS NEWS

Lief Raws, a division of US dietary supplement manufacturer, Lief Labs, has entered a licensing partnership with CellFlo6 to be the distribution and sales arm of its... Read More

trans