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Health Benefits of Tea

Posted by ITO EN on Jul 22, 2015 4:40:37 PM

Tea not only tastes good, it's also good for you. Many health care professionals agree that all types of tea, white, green, oolong and black, provide an array of unique health benefits. Just as there are a wide range of flavors of tea, there are also a wide variety of benefits specific to each tea. We've summarized the benefits you can expect from each tea type below, and recommend you consume a variety of teas to be able to reap the unique health benefits of each.

Oolong Tea


Oolong Tea has a reputation for being the best tea for weight loss. This is because it is chock full of the antioxidants with catechins and tea polyphenols that help boost metabolism and help block fat-building enzymes to promote a healthy weight. 


Green Tea


Green tea, also filled with catechins, has several health benefits ranging from your heart to your bones. These antioxidants (such as epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG)) have been found to reduce chances of heart attack and certain types of cancer. Also, drinking green tea regularly can help lower cholesterol, blood pressure, and keep bones strong to prevent arthritis.


White Tea


White tea is less processed than other forms of tea, therefore the polyphenols are extra potent. White tea also contains ECGC, which is said to prevent new fat cells from forming and fight signs of aging, such as wrinkles. Studies have shown that drinking white tea on a regular basis may prevent chronic diseases and may help reduce the risk of various cancers.


Chamomile Tea


Chamomile Tea is an herbal tea known to help with relaxation and as a soothing aid for a good night's sleep. It is also helpful to ease with stomach aches and promote healthy digestion. Because of its botanical antibacterial properties, it is also known to help fight colds and boost immunity.


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