5 benefits of drinking tea

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Some people like green tea, while others prefer black, oolong or even white tea. One thing is certain, we enjoy tea all over the world. Here are 5 good reasons to drink this infusion!

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1. Helps with weight loss

Recent research highlights the potential role of tea in weight loss. It is thought that the combination of catechins and caffeine could increase energy burn and stimulate fat oxidation. On the other hand, tea is a beverage that contains nearly zero calories! 

2. Promotes dental health

Drinking tea may give your dental health a little boost. As they grow, tea plants naturally acquire fluoride from the soil. Therefore, drinking black or green tea has a favorable effect on preventing tooth decay. In addition, the polyphenols present in tea seem to limit the growth of bacteria responsible for tooth decay. Of course! Adding too much sugar to our drink will nullify the benefits of fluoride and polyphenols. 

3. It has anticarcinogenic properties

Tea, mainly green tea, has been proven to have anti-cancer properties. Tea offers protection against several types of cancer, including breast, prostate, ovarian and endometrial cancers.

4. Tea helps to prevent cognitive impairment

Tea consumption reduces the risk of cognitive function impairment. According to several studies, drinking tea daily could reduce the risk of dementia. There is also evidence of a lower incidence of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease among frequent tea drinkers.

5. Reduces cardiovascular diseases

Tea has a favorable effect on the risk of cardiovascular diseases. The strong antioxidant power of tea may reduce oxidation of bad cholesterol. It is mainly catechins, a family of polyphenols contained in tea leaves, that confer this antioxidant power. 

There are countless reasons why drinking tea frequently is recommended. We recommend you to try different flavors to give your body a different boost every time you prepare this delicious beverage. 

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