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Thursday, 15 January 2015

The Benefits of Drinking Tea



Numerous researches have proven that tea – whether black, green or white, is a rich and potent source of antioxidants that fight (germs) or free radicals in your body. Free radicals are responsible for oxidation which leads to so many debilitating diseases including lifestyle induced dangerous illnesses such as – cardiovascular diseases like high blood pressure, heart disease, and even cancer, etc.

A hot cup of tea

Drinking tea thus helps reduce the risk of cancer; medical research has found that for instance, women who drink at least a cup of tea daily have been able to reduce their risk of developing ovarian cancer by as much as 10 percent more than those who do not take tea. Tea has also been found to stave off heart disease, the risk of diabetes type2 (by as much as 25 per cent), stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease. Tea also helps to improve dental health and thereby preventing cavity by fighting the usually stubborn oral bacteria or germs that cause tooth decay.

Also, tea apart from boosting your immunity helps to improve or increase your bone density. Tea helps in aiding digestion, lowers stroke rate and fights mouth bacteria called streptococcus mutans. But one thing is very needful if you must take advantage of the full benefits of tea.