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Morning’s wouldn’t be the same without waking up to a freshly brewed pot of tea in the morning, however did you know, not only does it help ease you into the day, it is in fact packed full of health benefits. Consumed for thousands of years, tea has provided delicious medicinal benefits to many cultures around the globe.

Why is drinking tea good for your health?

Drinking tea has many health benefits, typically these include:

  • Antioxidants, antioxidants found in tea help the body to stay healthy and young by protecting the body’s cells against free radicals, whilst also fighting the signs of aging. In addition to these benefits, antioxidants can also help to prevent diseases like cancer.
  • Offers bone protection – Tea, especially green tea helps build strong bones owing to its many beneficial phytochemicals
  • Offers sun protection – some suggest tea might provide protection from harmful ultraviolet rays
  • Boosts your immune system – some research suggests tea helps to increase the body’s immune system 
  • Influenza – Catechins found in tea are strong antibacterial and antiviral agents, which make them effective for treating everything from influenza to viruses
  • Boost endurance – the antioxidants found in green tea can increase the body’s ability to burn fat as fuel, leading to improved muscle endurance 
  • Reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke - Drinking tea may help keep your arteries clog-free, helping lower the risk of fatal heart attacks
  • Tooth decay – it has been suggested that drinking unsweetened tea on top of your daily dental regime may reduce the build up of plaque on your teeth, this is owing to tea containing fluoride and tannins.
  • Diabetes – it has been suggested that tea, especially green tea can help prevent high insulin spikes, as it normalises glucose levels, reducing the increase of blood sugar after eating 
  • Mental health – tea is said to postpone the deterioration caused by Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Some studies have suggested that green tea may protect brain cells from deteriorating, whilst helping restore any damaged brain cells. Polyphenols found in green tea may help maintain the parts of the brain that regulate learning and memory.
  • Cholesterol – tea can help to lower bad cholesterol whilst also improving the ratio of good cholesterol bad cholesterol

On today’s market there is a vast array of tea, each type of tea has its own characteristics including a different taste, differing health benefits and even different levels of caffeine. From black tea and everyday tea, to Chai tea, earl grey and lady grey, to fruit infusions, green tea and matcha green tea, to herbal and medicinal, rooibos and redbush tea, sleep and relaxation, and finally white tea, at The Health Bay you are sure to find a tea that suits you.

For all your tea needs be sure to browse The Health Bay.

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