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Tea

What is tea?


They are dried prepared leaves derived from camellia sinensis a shrub plant native to China, Japan and India, and contain unique antioxidants called flavonoids. The most potent of this known as ECGC, which helps against free radicals that can contribute to cancer, heart disease, and clogged arteries. Etc.

 

Here's what some studies have found about the potential health benefits of tea: at the 2013 San Francisco International Tea Festival, that all teas have anti-inflammatory properties, including the amino acid GABA, which helps to alleviate arthritis, asthma and arteriosclerosis. The chemical theophylline, which is naturally occurring in tea leaves, is a key component in some asthma medications, and all teas especially green tea fights away stress.

 

''There doesn't seem to be a downside to tea.'' says American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Katherine Tallmadge, MA, RD, LD.''I think it's a great alternative to coffee drinkin''. Although a lot of questions remain about how long tea needs to be steeped for the most benefit, and how much you need to drink, nutritionists agree any tea is good tea. Still, they prefer brewed teas over bottled tea, to avoid the extra calories and sweeteners.

 

An important fact to know which is indisputable, is that the health benefit of tea can only start to manifest it's powers when one is in constant use of it. For example Chinese people are known to be having long life than most people on earth and are also prone to good health even at old age. This is owing to the fact that their life is a life of tea and herbs. Eighty percent of Chinese people carry their tea can alongside at any giving time. They devote most of their leisure time in tea houses.

 

So if you really want to get the best from tea, it's recommended that you have constant intake of tea for a longer period. But some people who are allergic to caffeine, it's advised they reduce the amount per consumption such as one to two cups of tea per day will be alright.

 

All teas are made from the leaves and stems of the Camellia sinensis plant, but teas seem to be different because of their brewing nature and oxidization processes.


T
ypes of tea
Green Tea,Black Tea, Oolong Tea, White Tea and Pu-erh Tea

First, tea has caffeine, but less caffeine compared to Coffee. Black, Green, Oolong, White and Pu-erh Tea all have caffeine and theanine, which affects the brain and seem to heighten mental alertness. But the difference lies on the fact that some are more caffeinated than others. For example Black tea, Oolong and Pu-erh Tea contains more caffeine than white and green teas. But there's an important issue to note, that all the antioxidant effects on all the teas have the same effective cleansing functions.

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