Here's How Drinking A Cup Of Tea Can Improve Your Health 🙌
Whether you like black tea, green tea or any type of tea leaves, find out the health benefits of tea.
There’s nothing better than a cup of tea.
Not only is it absolutely delicious and the perfect way to procrastinate every other five minutes or so when writing your coursework, it’s also really good for you. It’s time to spill the tea… On tea. ☕️
If you can’t quite stomach the taste of green tea just yet, try out some different flavours of tea. Twinings have a really good range of flavours. We recommend a good apple and pear green tea for a refreshing summer drink with so many different health benefits. Drinking green tea is thought to reduce cancer risk, burn fat, prevent clogging of arteries, reduce the risk of stroke and improve overall cholesterol levels. So, there are plenty of reasons to take a sip of this tasty tea, all you need to do is decide on which one you want!
This is your classic bog standard builder’s cuppa. A good old brew goes down a treat throughout the day and can pretty much put a smile on anyone’s face. Black tea has the highest caffeine content of any of the teas about, so this one will give you a good kick of energy to keep you going throughout the day. Studies have also shown that black tea may protect lungs from damage caused by exposure to cigarette smoke and may reduce the risk of stroke.
This is a real refresher of a tea. It can help aid digestion and keep your insides working nicely. The mint in the tea acts as a muscle relaxant which helps to reduce stress and anxiety. It can also improve the symptoms of IBS, relieve nausea, fever and cough, and boost your immune system. So, if you’re having any issues with your tum, get a cup of this down you and let the peppermint work its magic.
If you’re having trouble sleeping at night, maybe it’s time to take a little bit of time before bed for a nice cup of calming chamomile tea. The chamomile functions as a mild relaxant and helps calm worry and alleviate stress. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a book at the end of a long day. *yawn* Yep, we’re feeling this already.