Tea is in hip since recent years, let’s not to speak about how elegant or fancy tea drinking is, let’s first to clarify some basic health aspects.
More than 20 health benefits have been mentioned in various ancient classical historic writing about tea in Chinese history over >3000 years and here are some have already confirmed by various scientific researches in the world today:
- Prevention against Heart Disease – Tea polysaccharide,
thearubigin andtheaflavin could effectivelyimprove arterialcondition and inhibit atherosclerosis, not to mention that we all have read a lot of reports of how tea could reduce the body fat.
- Prevent against
Cencer, Anti-Aging and Radiation – Anti-oxidation and free radical scavenging are two major methods to fight against cancer. Free radicals are products of oxidation reactions in human cells. Tea polyphenols in tea have powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenging effects.
- Inhibition of bacteria – there are researches shows children who drink tea have less 60% risk of having caries in teeth than those who do not. However, small children should avoid drinking too much and strong teas.
- Enhance intestinal immunity – it is important to select tea carefully according to the physical conditions, from person to person; from period to period.
Tea provides many health benefits but it requires a healthy life style on regular base but not just one or two cups of tea.