Tea Passion:

Aloycia Woods

There are many different kinds of teas, however, almost all teas have nutritional and health benefits. Most tea drinkers consider Green Tea to be the healthiest, but all teas contain health benefits and antioxidants. The antioxidants found in teas are called catechins, and catechins, like all antioxidants battle free radicals and repair, damaged cells within our bodies. When we consume tea on a daily basis it promotes healthy results; research has also proven that tea can prevent cancer and other physical ailments.

In addition, when loose leaf tea is combined with various fruit, there are even more natural health benefits. Tea blends smoothly with the fruit components creating a drink which is mild yet flavorful, full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. There are precious few beverages which can claim to refresh your thirst, boost your vitamin intake, give you energy and fight cancer in a single serving.

Although tea is an ancient beverage, the health benefits are endless. It's likely the health benefits of consuming tea are even more valuable now than they were centuries ago. After being consumed for more than four thousand years, tea has changed very little - until now. It's been served hot, it's been served cold. But now tea is being served in a style that suits the most frantic lifestyle - you can get it to go, whether you brew it at home or purchase it in a tea shop or grocery store. You can brew your tea at home and place it in a hot/cold tea tumbler and enjoy it throughout your day. However, when purchasing tea that's already bottled, ensure that you check the sugar content...



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