1. Tea Has Antioxidants that Protect Your Body
It’s been known that ALL types of teas have antioxidants (naturally protective biochemicals) that help your body repair and protect itself against “cellular damage” done by environmental factors and oxidative stress caused by free radicals. In particular, Green and Oolong teas have a high amount of antioxidants / flavonoids & polyphenols.
2. Tea Can Boost Your Immune System
There are plenty of ways to boost your immunity without doing anything risky. One of the best ways is to consume tea on a regular basis (in moderation) which is proven to have a positive effect on immune function due to compounds like Polyphenols. Tea consumption may also nourish white blood cells, which help fight against pathogens & infections.
3. Tea Can Be Good For Wellness Detox
It can be hard to find healthy drinks that have the ability to purge and detoxify us from many of the harmful pollutants or toxic, unhealthy ingredients & materials. Tea is one of the few drinks that can be good for detox & short-term fasting. In addition to having vitamins, minerals & electrolytes, tea also happens to be good for the digestive system.
4. Tea Can Help Prevent Cancer & Obesity
According to scientists, Green, Oolong and Black teas all have certain types of Antioxidants / Polyphenols that help prevent cancer tumors. Green tea, especially, has many healthy bioactive compounds that have anti-carcinogenic properties. There is also evidence that tea can help manage weight loss to prevent Obesity (which is associated with cancer)...
5. Tea Improves Mood & Helps Lower Stress
As the #1 most consumed beverage worldwide (after water), tea has been helping to improve mood while reducing stress hormones, which then has a beneficial impact on mental health & stress management. Good mood has been associated widely with the release of endorphins and dopamine (the healthy “feel good” hormones)...
6. Tea Has Less Caffeine than Coffee
If you are looking for ways to reduce your caffeine intake, tea can be a BETTER alternative to coffee. Considering that excess caffeine may cause higher blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, substance dependence (addiction) and potentially negative impact on heart & brain health. Green Tea and Oolong are your best options for LESS or no caffeine.
7. Tea Protects Against Multiple Illnesses
Other wellness benefits were seen among those who consume a sufficient amount of tea as part of their lifestyle. In general, consuming healthy tea was associated with better health making it likely to ward off and lower the risk of obtaining chronic illnesses like Diabetes, Hypertension (high blood pressure), Cancer and Heart Disease among others... Tea, in general, also has anti-inflammatory properties capable of preventing severe illness.
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Disclaimer: this article blog does NOT constitute medical advice nor any treatment protocol to heal from a disease nor to prevent illnesses. Please consult with your medical professional about the specific health conditions you may have.