Feel Great and Increase Your Metabolism

Tea has some amazing benefits. Sharing a cup of Hot Tea on a chilly day chatting with friends is an amazing bonding and social tool. Tea also has some fantastic health benefits.

Tea contains antioxidants These amazing chemicals found naturally in tea help to prevent damage from free radicals that cause premature aging. Green Tea extract which is very rich in these free radicals is now showing up in under-eye creams and face serums.

Tea has caffeine, but less than Coffee. Need something to get moving in the morning but coffee is just too much? Try tea. Tea has about 1/3 the caffeine typically found in coffee.

Tea may reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. Potentially deadly blood clots formed from cholesterol and blood platelets often cause heart attacks and strokes. Drinking tea may help keep your arteries healthy and blood flowing smoothly.

Tea is a zero-calorie beverage and fat-free. Tea doesn’t have any calories unless you add sweetener or milk, yet it has a great flavor. What is not to love?

Tea can improve your dental health. Not just because drinkers are brushing more often to remove stains. Tea contains tannins which can stimulate saliva production which inhibits bacteria growth keeping teeth and gums healthy.

Tea is hydrating. Contrary to popular belief tea does help improve overall hydration despite containing caffeine? Caffeine is a diuretic but it is only problematic when people drink 6-9 cups of tea at a time- and that is a lot of tea. Otherwise- tea can be a flavorful way to boost hydration without adding unnecessary calories or fat.

Tea can protect against cancer. It is the polyphenols and antioxidants found in tea that have been found to help protect against cancers. These amazing chemicals prevent damage at a cellular level that can develop into malignancies.

Tea increases metabolism. Drinking tea may help maintain a youthful figure. While it will not melt fat and weight away, drinking tea has been shown to boost the metabolic rate of regular tea drinkers.

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