Teatime - why drinking Tea is so healthy I

Drinking tea has been part of a lot of cultures around the world. Tea, has been a very important beverage because of it's highly beneficial effect in

our body. Therefore, here are some of the tips and tricks to demonstrate why drinking tea should be a part of our daily habit routine.

In terms of it's effect on your overall health,all varieties of  tea, contain antioxidant polyphenols, which protect our body from the effects of pollution, aging and even ward off certain types of cancers.

Tea has less caffeine than coffee. You may sometimes notice that drinking coffee causes you headaches, indigestion, jitters and interferes with your sleeping patterns. Thus, you might want to switch to drinking tea instead. Tea doesn't interfere with sleep and it doesn't give you jitters.Recent researches show that too much drinking coffee makes you dehydrated instead of giving your body the proper hydration it needs. In the case of drinking tea, it helps you stay hydrated because there's no caffeine content in it.

Drinking tea can boost your mental state and brain. Some studies show that tea contains the amino acid L-theanine which has demonstrable effects on the brain waves, allowing  you to relax but have an alert state of mind and can help you perform fully on your daily tasks. Drinking tea especially green tea lowers your chances of cognitive impairment.

Drinking tea reduces your chances of heart problems and stroke. Drinking tea helps keep the arteries smooth, by lowering the cholesterol levels in our body. As we get older, unwanted blood clots due to our bad eating habits and may produce high cholesterol levels making us more prone to heart attack or stroke. Studies show that those drinking 2-3 cups of black tea daily have lower risk levels of fatal heart attack.

Tea aids in healthy digestion,reduce stomach cramp and inhibit intestinal inflammation. Drinking tea has been a common after meal digestive aid by the Chinese.


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