Is Tea Good For You?

Today there are numerous types, styles and brands of tea to choose from. From loose tea leaves brewed in a pot to bottled tea flavored with lemon, there’s a brew for every taste all over the world! Tea can provide soothing relief from physical or mental stress. Take a look at a few of these common teas and their health benefits:

Green tea has been shown to help prevent cancer, aid in weight loss, and offer heart protection.

Black tea has been shown to decrease the risk of stroke, relax muscle spasms and reduce blood clotting. It also helps clean the body of free radicals that contribute to aging and cancer.

Herbal teas like those made from sassafras, rose hips and licorice can be used for many physical ailments.

Tea is shaping up to be one of the newest wonder foods on the market today. So, brew a bag and kick back for a refreshing health break!

Source:; Health, Caffeine, and Benefits: Is Tea Good for You?

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