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Enjoy the health benefits of drinking black tea

Teas of different sorts are drunk worldwide throughout the ages. They are simply liquid extracts of plants, mostly the leaves and occasionally the flowers, by boiling them with water. Teas can be drunk hot or cold and are used for a variety of ailments. And in this article, we well mainly introduce the benefits of drinking black tea.


Benefits the Immune System 


The tannins in black tea not just give tea its characteristic taste. Several studies have shown that tannins help fight viruses such as influenza ("the flu"), dysentery and hepatitis. Black tea also contains alkylamine antigens which help boost immune response. 


Prevent cancer


Though a lot more research is required to confidently suggest cancer prevention techniques, some research over the years suggests that antioxidants like polyphenol and catechins in tea may help prevent some types of cancer. It has been suggested that women who drink black tea regularly have a lower chance of ovarian cancer than their counterparts.


Help with weight loss


In fact, research indicates that countries with high black-tea consumption have lower levels of obesity. Black tea helps to regulate blood sugar levels, leaving you feeling more balanced and satisfied - and craving fewer sweets! The caffeine in black tea may also enhance weight loss. And, black tea's antioxidants are known for contributing to weight management - they boost metabolism and help the body burn fat more effectively. As such, black tea may be a positive addition to your overall weight loss plan, along with staying active, making wise food choices, and getting plenty of rest.


Protects your heart health


Benefits of drinking black tea include decreasing your risk of cardiovascular disease (such as heart attack and stroke). Researches have shown that as little as 3 cups of black tea per day can decrease the chance of cardiovascular death by as much as 11%. 


Lower Risk of Diabetes


Based on a research study conducted of elderly people living in the Mediterranean islands, it was discovered that people that had been consuming black tea on a long-term basis on a moderate level (i.e 1-2 cups a day) had a 70% lower chance of having or developing type 2 diabetes.


Strengthen your bones


One study that compared tea drinkers with non-drinkers, found that people who drank tea for 10 or more years had the strongest bones, even after adjusting for age, body weight, exercise, smoking and other risk factors. And the reason mainly lies in the phytochemicals found in tea.


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