Green tea’s antioxidants may interfere with the growth of bladder, breast, lung, stomach.
White tea has the most potent anticancer properties compared to other teas.
Its antioxidants help prevent complications from diabetes like loss of vision and nerve and kidney damage.
Drinking three cups of hibiscus tea daily lowered blood pressure in people with modestly elevated levels.
Black tea has the ability protect lungs from damage caused by exposure to cigarette smoke.
In an animal study, those given antioxidants from oolong tea were found to have lower bad cholesterol levels.
Often touted as a way to fight the common cold the research on echinacea has been inconclusive.
It has flavonoids with cancer-fighting properties, medical studies have been limited.
Tea’s antioxidants protect your body from the ravages of ageing and the effects of pollution.
Coffee contains around 135 mg of caffeine where tea contains only 30 to 40 mg per cup.
70 percent lower risk of fatal heart attack in people who drank at least two to three cups of black tea daily.
People who drank tea for 10 or more years had the strongest bones even after adjusting for age.
Green tea has been shown to actually increase metabolic rate.
Add unsweetened tea drinking to your daily dental routine of brushing and flossing for healthier teeth and gums.
Drinking tea may help your body's immune system fight off infection.
Thank the polyphenols the antioxidants found in tea once again for their cancer-fighting effects.
Tea and other caffeinated beverages definitely contribute to our fluid needs.
Tea doesn't have any calories unless you add sweetener or milk.