The One Beverage You Should Be Drinking Daily For A Healthier Body Over 40

There are so many factors that play into our overall health, from the food we eat to the way we move our bodies and even to our stress levels. Keeping up with healthy habits that can keep everything running in a tip-top shape is especially important as we age and our bodies change over time. Luckily, there are tons of ways you can help your body thrive on a daily basis, including regularly drinking one beverage health experts swear by: tea!

To learn more about how tea can help you stay healthy over 40, we spoke to registered nutritionist Lisa Richards, creator of The Candida Diet. She told us all about the incredible benefits of this ancient drink, from gut health to healthier cholesterol levels. Find all of her insights below!

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When it comes to healthy beverages, Richards says it doesn’t get much better than antioxidant-rich teas. These drinks have been “used for centuries for their benefits and medicinal purposes,” and they’re still a fantastic addition to any diet for so many reasons. Plus, with so many options out there—from black to green to endless herbal varieties—you’re sure to find the type you love. Richards tells us that black tea, in particular, is one great place to start if you’re looking to reap some of the best health benefits out there.

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Cooking with ABC13: GOYA, Mango Glazed Turkey Breast

ABC13 and Goya Foods have teamed up to bring you a new recipe that’s sure to take your holiday feast to the next level! David Nuno is in the GOYA kitchen showing us how to make his Mango Glazed Turkey Breast Recipe.

This Week’s Recipe: Mango Glazed Turkey Breast

Ingredients

4 boneless, skinless turkey breasts, each sliced ​​in half lengthwise

1 Cup GOYA Mango Chunks

3/4 Cup GOYA Mango Pulp

1 TBSP GOYA Olive Oil

2 TBSP GOYA agave

1 TBSP GOYA Minced Garlic

Dash of GOYA sea salt

Dash of pepper

Instructions

-Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

-In a small pan, sauté garlic in oil for 2 minutes and set aside.

-Place turkey breasts in baking dish and place Mango chunks around them.

-Drizzle turkey with agave, mango pulp and sprinkle with sautéed garlic, sea salt and pepper.

-Bake about 45 minutes until turkey is done throughout.

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The premier source for authentic Latino cuisine, Goya Foods is the largest, Hispanic-owned food company in the United States. Founded in 1936 by Don Prudencio Unanue and his wife Carolina, both from Spain, the Goya story is as much about the importance of family as it is about achieving the American dream. Learn more about GOYA Foods.

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Best Holiday and Christmas Dining Events at Austin Restaurants

Austin’s in the midst of holiday preparations, which usually means shopping and eating, and the city’s restaurants and bars are getting into the spirit with a variety of festive offerings. This season, take advantage of boozy eggnogs, gingerbread house dining, Christmas trees, and plenty more.

Are we missing any holiday specials, dinners, treats, drinks, etc. below? Let Eater know through [email protected] This guide will be updated throughout the end of the year.

Ongoing Festive Experiences

All of Austin’s Holiday Cocktail Pop-Ups
There are plenty of holiday-themed cocktail bar pop-ups throughout the city during the reason, from Miracle at the Eleanor to the tiki-esque Sippin’ Santa at Nickel City to the year-round Christmas vibes at Lala’s Little Nugget to the spectacle that is Mozart’s holiday light show. Scope out Eater’s full map.

Commodore Perry Estate
4100 Red River Street, Hancock
The new fancy hotel is lighting its Christmas tree this week, and although tickets for the Thursday, December 1st ceremony are already sold out, there will be a second event on Friday, December 9. It features live music, a holiday projection show, cocktails , s’mores, and more. Tickets are $35, and it takes place from 6 to 9 pm

Four Seasons Hotel
98 San Jacinto Boulevard, Downtown
For the holiday season, the hotel created what it is calling its ice rodeo. This means a skating rink, s’mores, cabins, and wintery foods and drinks. The decor includes a gingerbread Airstream trailer (yeah), a longhorn sculpture, and a pinecone-chestnut guitar. It runs through

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