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Fight Cancer & Heart Disease
Tea contains antioxidant compounds of polyphenols that help the body fight harmful free radicals. It is believed that harmful free radical can lead to cancer and heart disease. Tea also contains flavonoids that restricts the build up of cholesterols and help with blood vessel functionality.
Protects Teeth & Strengthens Bones
Polyphenols found in tea may reduce plaque, which lowers your chance of cavity and gum disease. Tea also contains fluoride that helps protect against tooth decay. Fluoride is extracted from the soil by the tea plant. This identified mineral also strengthens bones and prevents osteoporosis.
The polyphenols in tea help with digestion of fatty food by increasing the flow of digestive juices.
Prevent Food Poisoning
The catechins in tea are a powerful sterilizing agent, which kills germs and bacteria. Tea prevents food poisoning by fighting against stomach diseases caused by harmful bacterias.
Look and Feel Younger
Studies suggested that the high concentration of antioxidants in tea have an anti-aging effect.
Strengthen the Immune System
Vitamin C in green tea helps to treat the flu and the common cold. Moreover, the polyphenols in tea have shown to increase the number of white blood cells in our immune system.
Tea is a good source of fluid intake that replenishes lost body liquid. Doctors recommend that it is vital to drink at least 1.5 liters of fluid a day. Tea is low in calorie and it is a great thirst quencher.
Vitamin (Tea contains a small amount of vitamins)
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin):
Thiamin helps to build energy by converting energy from food. It is also needed for growth and reproduction. Further, it promotes better appetite and digestion.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin):
Riboflavin is used for maintenance of healthy skin, eyes, and nerves. It also is an essential vitamin for proteins and energy metabolism.
This vitamin helps to release energy from food and enhances the metabolism of proteins. It also helps the red blood cells formation and is an important compound in the regulation of the central nervous system.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid):
This vitamin helps to heal wounds and mend fractures. It also fights some common types of virus and bacterial infections.
This to helps build bone metabolism and is essential for preventing blood clotting.
Carotene (precursor of vitamin A):
Carotene is converted to vitamin A upon digestion. Vitamin A promotes good eyesight and healthy skin.
This acid is essential for the red blood cell formation and gene formation.
Minerals (Tea is a rich source for minerals)
It is vital for growth and the body’s development
It is essential for maintaining normal fluid level and a normal heart rhythm.
Zinc is essential for the development of the reproduction organs and protein synthesis. It also helps in wound healing.
As you might know, Fluorine protects the teeth and strengthens the bones.
Polyphenols (Tea is a rich source for antioxidants)