Health Benefits of Tea
Consuming tea regularly contributes to overall health and well-being. Scientists have discovered health benefits of tea and concluded that many unique compounds in tea impact specific areas of the body providing protection from stress, disease and strengthening the bones and the immune system. From oral health to digestive health, tea is now valued as much for its beneficial attributes as for its delicious taste.
DID YOU KNOW?
Presence of a chemical called L-Theanine in tea reduces stress and improves brain activity.
Presence of antioxidants in tea helps to fortify the immune system and keep us young.
Tea is considered to be the healthiest beverage after water – low in caffeine content.
Tea has been long used as a post-meal digestive drink.
Tea drinkers are believed to have higher bone density than non-tea drinkers.
The antimicrobial properties of tea help to prevent dental cavities and bad breath caused by bacteria.
- Most potent anticancer properties as compared to other processed teas
- High in anti-oxidants, contains the least caffeine
- Great for digestion and losing weight
- High concentrations of EGCG and antioxidants
- Interfere with the growth of bladder, breast, lung, stomach, pancreatic and colorectal cancer
- Prevent clogging of arteries, burn fat, counteract oxidative stress on the brain and reduces neurological disorders
- Assists in removing toxins
- Low to medium caffeine content
- Antioxidants in the tea help lower bad cholesterol levels
- Increases metabolism and helps burn fat – very good for weight loss and detox
- Medium caffeine content
- Protects lungs from damage caused by exposure to smoke and pollution
- Reduces the risk of stroke
- Boosts the immune system
- Medium to high caffeine content