|Tea contains antioxidants|
Antioxidants can help slow down the aging process, and help cells regenerate and repair. Many studies suggest antioxidants also assist our bodies in preventing cancer.
|Tea can lower stress hormone levels|
Black tea can reduce the effects of stressful events by lowering the amount of the stress hormone cortisol in the body.
|Tea fights cavities and reduces plaque|
Compounds in tea are capable of killing or suppressing growth and acid production of cavity causing bacteria in our mouths.
|Tea keeps you hydrated |
Every cup of tea you drink, especially low or no caffeine varieties, counts as a cup of water with the added bonus of providing antioxidants as well.
|Tea may reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack|
Tea can help prevent formation of dangerous blood clots which are often the cause of strokes and heart attacks.
|Tea can help lower blood pressure|
Drinking green tea daily can reduce your risk of hypertension by up to 50%.
|Tea aids your body in digestion|
Tea has been used for thousands of years as an after-meal digestive aid. It can also help relieve stomach cramps.
|Tea may help prevent diabetes|
There is some evidence to suggest that green tea might help to lower the risk of getting Type 2 Diabetes.
|Tea can help beat bacteria|
An Egyptian study testing the effects of green tea on antibiotics found the tea to enhance the bacteria killing effects of the drugs.
|Tea aids your immune defenses|
A study comparing the immune activity levels of coffee drinkers vs. tea drinkers found the tea drinkers to have levels up to five times higher