There is More to Tea than Just 11 Mg of Caffeine

There are people who drink tea and others who do not. Among those who drink tea, most of them do so in order to pump up some caffeine into their system, others drink tea because they are just habitual drinkers and only a handful see a healthy angle towards tea. So, here is a cup of a tea that will enlighten you on its many health benefits.

  1. Tea is one way in which you can keep your body hydrated.
  2. Tea is a good source of antioxidants that prevents your body from damages and lowers the level of cholesterol.
  3. Teas such as green teas and white teas help reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke and degenerative diseases.
  4. Green tea and oolong tea have proven to aid in weight loss followed by exercise for a minimum duration. Additionally, it also boosts your endurance to exercise by improving muscle endurance.
  5. Green tea is also believed to prevent bone loss from the body by improving the bone mineral density and bone strength.
  6. Herbal teas, such as the lemon ginger tea, are very good for boosting the immune system and preventing common cold especially during winters.
  7. Some of the herbal teas are good for the digestive system, examples include chamomile tea, which is good for those with an irritable bowel syndrome and ginger tea, which can ease indigestion and soothe nausea.
  8. Some teas also aid in cleansing the body of harmful parasites that are specially found in the gut or other organs of the body such as the all-new anti-parasitic Fitobalt
  9. Tea is also useful for relieving stress. Some of the common ingredients used in stress relieving teas are peppermint, basil, green tea, chamomile, lemon balm, and many more.
  10. People suffering from Type 2 diabetes can be benefited by drinking tea, green tea or chamomile tea, as the compounds present in it help in processing the sugars better.
  11. Research suggests that having tea can prevent and treat neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and even lower the risk of Parkinson’s disease.

Thus, no matter what time of the day it is or what season you are in, go ahead, sip a cup of your favourite tea and enhance your mood and health. However, you must remember that anything in excess is also bad for health. So limit the number of cups of tea you drink in a day and stay healthy. Cheers!