Antioxidants present in teas can stop the growth of breast, bladder, lung, pancreatic, stomach and colorectal cancers.
Fairhope, AL -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/11/2014 -- Tea is among the second most consumed beverages in the world after water. It’s incredible since it all originates from exactly the same plant known as ‘Camellia sinensis’. All types of tea originate from this plant. Where in reality the variations arise from the processing techniques, climate, geographical locations and growing conditions. Utilizing mixtures of these, nowadays there are more than 3,000 types of tea and it is grown all over the world. One can find 5 basic categories of tea, green tea, oolong tea, white tea, black tea and pu’er tea which we protect nowadays.
Reports have discovered that some teas might help with cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes; motivate weight loss; reduce cholesterol; and result in mental alertness. Tea also seems to have antimicrobial characteristics. Though lots of concerns remain on exactly how long tea must be steeped for the best benefits, and how much you have to drink, nutritionists consent any tea is great tea. Yet, they choose brewed teas over canned to prevent the additional calories and sweeteners.
Black tea has got the greatest caffeine content as it is produced with fermented tea-leaves and form the foundation for flavored teas such as chai and few instant teas. Reports show that black tea can safeguard lungs from harm caused by contact with cigarette or tobacco smoking. It also reduce the threat of heart attack.
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