The 10 Benefits you can get from Tea


April 24, 2019 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Health




Tea is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world, after water. There are many types of teas out there and often we are not aware of the endless benefits it has. From clearer skin to improving digestion and even better your sleep. Regular tea drinking has shown that it

1.Reduces the risk of coronary heart disease

The mechanism may relate to bioactive compounds found in tea, which exert anti-arteriosclerotic, anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory effects. There is also evidence of diverse health benefits is emerging.

2. Better Weight management (and glycaemic control);

3. Improves your Oral Health

4. Leads you to a Good Gut Health

Databases were searched for meta-analytical, human intervention and epidemiological studies published between 1990 and 2013. For weight management, modest, positive effects were found for green tea when ingested by overweight/obese adults, possibly related to thermogenic effects. Epidemiological studies indicate that tea drinking in general may

5. Protect against tooth loss, certain oral/digestive cancers, and Helicobacter pylori infection.

Although the studies were few in number with differing methodologies. A growing body of mechanistic studies suggests that tea has

6. Tea can help the body recover from radiation. One study found that tea helped protect against cellular degeneration upon exposure to radiation, while another found that tea can help skin bounce back.

7. Drinking Tea Reduces Stress

8. Anti-bacterial

9. It has possible Pre-biotic effects

All with the potential to impact positively on the pathogenesis of chronic diseases. Clearly, larger trials are needed to confirm these effects in humans and establish optimal intakes. In the meantime, tea drinking appears to be effective at keeping you

10. Tea is hydrating to the body (even despite the caffeine!).

The best is to drink your tea without adding milk or sugar which make your cup literally calorie and guilt-free! If sweetness does matter to you, stevia will be a great addition. So let’s make drinking tea a routine whether is it Green tea, Ceylon tea or Chrysanthemum tea just to name a few, to swap your soda craving.

If you are adventurous in trying a new type of tea. I personally suggest the Red Detox Tea. Which is full of anti-oxidants and is a great metabolic effect on your digestive tracts to shed unwanted pounds naturally as well as safely.

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