Drinking tea may improve your health

Filled tea cup surrounded by a teaspoon, teapot and some ingredientes like dried black tea leaves, anise, dried orange, cinnamon sticks and a honey jar. Predominant color is orange. Low key DSLR photo taken with Canon EOS 6D Mark II and Canon EF 24-105 mm f/4L

According to Generation Tea, there is plenty of research that suggests that the humble cup of tea can help heal and improve one’s overall health. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider adding tea to a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Tea contains antioxidants – Antioxidants help heal the body by reducing the damage caused by pollutants.

Tea has less caffeine than coffee – Caffeine can help improve alertness, but it can also increase anxiety and reduce sleep quality. Tea on the other hand contains less than 50% caffeine compared to a cup of coffee. This means that tea can offer focus with fewer side effects.

Tea may reduce your risk of a heart attack or a stroke – Daily tea drinkers have seen as much at a 20% reduction in heart attacks and a 35% reduced risk of a stroke among those who drank one to three cups of tea a day.

Tea may help with weight loss – Tea has been shown to reduce cravings while suppressing hunger when coupled with a healthy diet and exercise plan. If you can stomach aged tea, buy Pu-erh tea.

Tea may keep your smile bright – Japanese researchers have found that tea can reduce a person’s risk of cavities as it balances the PH levels in the mouth that reduce enamel erosion.

Tea may boost the immune system – Most teas contain antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties which help to keep the immune system strong while helping it fight illness faster.