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Black Tea


Black tea helps keep your breath smelling sweet because it is full of polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that stop plaque from clinging to your teeth. Plaque build-up leads to bad breath, among other dental problems. Studies have also found polyphenols inhibit the growth of bacteria in the mouth, thus minimizing the foul-smelling compounds that those bacteria produce. Black tea also helps stop belly fat before it starts. Studies show that polysaccharides in black tea have glucose-inhibiting properties – meaning that it may also help to prevent diabetes.


Black Tea saves arteries. Drinking black tea helps prevent deadly clogging of arteries and reverses poor arterial functioning that can trigger heart attacks and strokes.  In a recent test, Joseph Vita, M.D., of the Boston University School of Medicine, had heart patients drink either plain water or four cups of black tea daily.  In a month, impaired blood vessel functioning (a risk factor for heart attack and strokes) improved about 50% in the black tea drinkers.

Black Tea inhibits cancer growth. Tea has long been tied to a lower risk of stomach, colon and breast cancer, although the connection is not proven.  Now lab studies find that black tea chemicals actually may stop cancer growth.  Rutgers University researchers showed that a compound in black tea called TF-2 caused colorectal cancer cells to "commit suicide"; normal cells were unaffected.

Black Tea tames inflammation. TF-2, the newly discovered anti-cancer compound in black tea, suppresses the Cox-2 gene that triggers inflammation, says research at Rutgers.

Black Tea Wipes out viruses. Previous tests prove black tea can neutralize germs, including some that cause diarrhea, pneumonia, cystitis and skin infections.  New research by Milton Schiffenbauer of Pace University finds that black and green tea deactivates viruses, including herpes.  When you drink tea, he says, chances are good you will wipe out viruses in your mouth.


Green Tea


Lowers your risk of cancer


Various studies have proven that green tea has the effect of inhibiting cells from developing cancer. EGCG in green tea regulates and inhibits cancer growth by killing cells that are growing inappropriately.


Eases the pain of rheumatoid arthritis


Green tea has also been found to benefit those who are suffering from arthritis by reducing the incidence and severity of the disease. EGCG protects cartilage destruction and reduces joint swelling and pain. Green tea is recommended by many physicians and doctors as a remedy for arthritis.


Stabilizes your cholesterol levels


Researchers believe that green tea lowers your cholesterol levels by reducing its absorption in your digestive tract and increasing the rate of which it is excreted. The amazing antioxidant effects of green tea prevent the conversion of LDL cholesterol into its more dangerous, oxidized form, thereby helping to keep your arteries clean. You can ensure your heart’s health simply by drinking green tea.


Prevents cardiovascular disease


The most important benefit of drinking tea of this kind has been found to be its ability to prevent cardio-vascular diseases. Maintaining a healthy heart becomes very easy with green tea as a part of one’s routine. It has also been found that green tea was especially beneficial in preventing strokes, due in large part to the antioxidants and how they prevent clogged arteries.


Boosts your immune system


Catechins, the antioxidant polyphenol compounds, have been shown to have a major impact in your immune system. Researches have revealed that theanine, found in green tea, boosted the activity of the gamma delta T cells that form part of our adaptive and innate immunity. The study followed a group of coffee drinkers and a group of tea drinkers who each drank 600ml of their drink daily. Blood samples taken four weeks later clearly showed that production of these anti-bacterial proteins were five times higher in those drinking tea.



Promotes weight loss


This benefit is the main reason behind the popularity that green tea has gained in the mainstream market. Both green tea as loose tea and green tea extract have been shown to fight obesity and lower LDL cholesterol – both of which ultimately lead to a reduced risk of heart disease and diabetes. The polyphenols in green tea are extremely useful for dissolving triglycerides, a substance in the liver and small intestine made up of mostly sugar and fat, and this is thought to be the reason green tea benefits fat loss.


Speeds weight loss


Green tea gives you two in one. You burn more calories and exercise longer therefore increasing the fat burning process. It’s great for athletes as it allows them to exercise longer.


Prolong life


If you want to live longer then drink green tea as it is confirmed to prevent and treat cancers. Green tea anti-cancer prowess extends beyond its antioxidant activities. It starves off cancer cells by restricting blood vessel growth. It wreaks havoc in abnormal cells, causing them to self-destruct. It blocks over-production of harmful enzymes that act as catalysts to cancer growth. From brain tumors to leukemia, from lung cancer, stomach cancer, colon cancer, esophageal cancer to bladder cancer, not to mention breast cancer, ovarian cancer and prostate cancer, green tea cancer studies are showing positive results. Green tea contains a special compound called theanine, which has been known to stimulate alpha brain waves, calm the body, and promote relaxed awareness.


Drinking green tea helps patients recover from heart attacks and strokes. Preliminary studies suggests active green tea compound EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) speeds up the recovery process. It helps to prevent and treat diabetes and green tea is anti-diabetic. Tea compounds EGCG and theaflavins have been found to regulate blood sugar levels in the following ways; increases insulin activities, promotes glucose metabolism by blocking glucose absorption. Boost your immune defence system today and fight off the flu and colds by drinking hot or cold tea. Tea contains antigens, which are found in some bacteria and help build up an immune defence.


White Tea


White tea is the least processed of all the teas and contains the highest levels of antioxidants. White tea offers all the benefits of black tea as well as the following:


Lowers blood pressure: thins the blood and improves artery function, promotes healthy and strong blood vessels and therefore can help to prevent strokes.


Lowers Cholesterol: increases good cholesterol and decreases bad cholesterol which helps to prevent hardening of the arteries and improves bloodflow.


Prevents Tooth Decay: high levels of flouride can be found in white tea making it effective in dealing with plaque build-up and tooth decay.






Rooibos “Red Bush” is a South African plant that is not technically tea, but part of the legume family. A tasty, caffeine-free option, its health benefits include:


Prevents Heart Disease, Stroke & Cancer: naturally occurring antioxidants protect against heart disease, stroke and cancer.


Improves Digestion: its anti-spasmodic properties soothe stomach cramps and colic in babies (because it is low in tannins), allowing the body to continue to absorb iron (unlike regular tea).


Alleviates Allergies: used as an effective curative to treat allergies like eczema, hay fever and allergic bronchitis.


Improves Bone Health: rich in calcium, manganese and fluoride minerals that assist in good bone structure and stronger teeth.


Improves Blood Circulation: said to contain rare nutrient contents such as Quercetin and Bioflavanoid that assist with good blood circulation and obstruct hemorrhaging.






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