If you’re a classic Lipton lover, it’s time to make the switch to a tea with benefits that are becoming too numerous to count. We’re talking about green tea, of course. Lipton even sells it now, too. So you don’t have to feel guilty about the switch.
Recently published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a study measuring the effect of green tea intake on cholesterol found positive results. For the study, colleagues from Peking Union Medical College in Beijing went through research from 14 previous trials involving green tea and determined that participants who drank green tea had lower total cholesterol levels than those who didn’t. Now, the results weren’t big enough to suggest that we no longer need other treatments for high cholesterol (it was a decrease of about 2 percent), but every little bit helps.
Student testimonials from Taylor O’Neill, Samantha White, Syuzanna Zakota and Kelsey Reres – all June, 2011 Rizzieri Aveda School Graduates that began in the September, 2010 Cosmetology program.
For many of us, drinking coffee is as much a part of our daily routine as getting dressed. We stroll into work, clinging to a cup of Joe, ignoring the naysayers who look at us shamefully like the caffeine addicts we are. Well, a new study will have you sipping your next cup of coffee guilt-free and it may even have some of coffee’s critics joining the lines at Starbucks. According to new research, you can now savor the flavor of your favorite bean-based beverage and reduce your risk of a particular form of breast cancer at the same time!
A recent study of regular coffee drinkers compared to those who rarely consumed it revealed that those who were loyal to their daily dose of coffee had a lower incidence of breast cancer. For more specific results, researchers took it a step further and factored in lifestyle variables, such as age at menopause, family history, weight, exercise and education. These factors helped them pinpoint coffee’s specific contribution to a reduced risk of ER-negative breast cancer. While the results prove promising, it’s important to note that further research is needed to determine which specific coffee ingredients or types of coffee are most beneficial.
Rizzieri Aveda School students will be offering a variety of services at the Macy’s Court in the Voorhees Town Center today from 10-6pm for Bayada Nurses. The services include Hand and Arm Massages, Blue Handshakes, Express Facials, Make-up Applications, Express Manicures and Chair Massages.
For information, contact COakley@Rizzieri.com or call 856-988-8600 x2271.
Rizzieri Aveda School will be offering a series of 3 Updo Workshops taught by Julie Gianvito. Learn how to make extra money in your career by mastering the art of upstyling and formal hair!
June 5th: Prom looks and younger bridesmaids/flower girls
June 26th: Mother of the bride looks and mature bridesmaids
July 24th: Bridal styling
Each session costs $65 or students may attend all three for a discounted rate of $180 total.
Contact SHartigan@Rizzieri.com or 856-552-2270 to register!
Monthly Specials for Services & Products
20% off Botanical Resurfacing Facial
$10 Hair Masque Treatment
20% off Any 1 Product from the Botanical Line
20% off Any 1 Product from the Be Curly Line/Style Prep
Rizzieri Aveda School
Rizzieri Aveda School is open Tuesday through Saturday for guests.
Call 856-988-8600 to schedule your seating.
8200 Town Center Blvd.
Voorhees, NJ 08043