Benefits of drinking Tea

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Tea (called Chai in Hindi) is one of the most popular drinks after water. Many people drink tea for a refreshing start of the day. Real tea is derived from the leaves of a particular plant called Camellia sinensis and has four verities green, black, white and oolong. The green leaves are turned into dark brownish-black color by a method called oxidation to form black tea. Green tea is pick up from the same plant but it is not oxidized.

One cup of tea contains about four times more antioxidant than any vegetable or fruit. There are a number of tea recipes, but the key ingredients of tea consist of black tea, ginger, clove, cardamom and black pepper. Each of these elements has their own potent health benefits.
The disease fighting compounds- antioxidants, catechins and polyphenols present in tea help you in burning fat, keep your heart healthy, improve memory, prevent certain cancer and weight gain, and help your body overcome the effect of aging and stress.

Benefits of drinking Tea (Chai)

 

benefits of drinking tea

 

  • Tea is rich in antioxidants which protects your body from the beat of aging, prevent cancer, and effect of pollution. Black tea is a potent antioxidant which fends the damage to the cells and tissues of the body caused by free radicals.

 

  • Green tea helps in lowering cholesterol by preventing the absorption of cholesterol from the large intestine.

 

  • Drinking tea could lower the risk of heart attack and stroke. Tea may help to keep your arteries sleek and clog-free, the same way a drain keeps your bathroom pipes clear. Drinking at least three cup of green or black tea daily can result in 21% fall in the risk of ischemic stroke.

 

 

  • A naturally occurring amino acid (combination of caffeine and L-theanine) found in tea, improves response time and memory while increasing concentrating. Tea may also slow down the development of Alzheimer’s.

 

  • Tea contains phytochemicals like flavonoids which protects against bone loss.

 

  • Tea provides protection from ultraviolet rays. Green tea acts as back-up sunscreen as it’s important to ledge the exposure to UV rays.

 

  • Tea helps in keeping the body hydrated.

 

  • Green tea contains ECGC, the main polyphenol has anticancer properties that may prevent the development of skin tumor.

 

  • The active elements in tea can help out to lower the level of inflammation and inflammatory reactions that causes you to retain water and look bloated. So a small number of cups of tea can assist you look and feel thinner.

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