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CANCER HATES TEA: A Unique Preventive and Transformative Lifestyle Change to Help Crush
For anyone who’s had cancer, is in the process of treatment and self-help for those worried, this book makes anyone into a tea lover with a purpose—to give cancer the middle finger
Maria’s goal is simple: easily relate to you what she has learned about and experienced with how tea works to help your body’s defenses against cancer. Maria is not a medical professional, and no statement in this book should be interpreted as direction or prescription, but through her explanations, she breaks down years of her research—her obsession after her own fight with cancer, how tea fights cancer and how you should be drinking it. While humorous in tone, Maria does not intend to make light of the serious research that forms the basis for the understanding. This book is intended to get you on a powerful five-cup a day tea steeping habit, which she passionately believes is one of the best ways to prevent this terrible disease.
And the research is there to support this: green tea is the most studied anti-cancer plant over the past 10 years, as more than 5,000 medical studies have been published on the health benefits of tea, with over 1,000 of those focusing on tea and cancer. Let Maria help you on the journey toward achieving your best possible state of immunity.
Maria Uspenski is the founder and CEO of The Tea Spot, an artisanal producer of signature blends and single-estate organic teas based in Colorado. A cancer fighter, her message is simple and powerful—tea in its freshest form is sustainable, renders exceptional flavor and has unmatched health benefits. She has been featured in the Huffington Post and in television interviews for her success as a social entrepreneur and certified tea and fitness nutrition expert. The Tea Spot donates ten percent of all sales in-kind to cancer and community wellness. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.
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