Polyphenols of tea as powerhouse for healthcare because TEA is Tremendous Effective Antioxidant

Author : Sanyogita Yadav, Nirav Suthar, Bhumi Patel, Nirmal Patel and Prof. Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen

Tea contains antioxidants. Tea has less caffeine than coffee. Coffee usually has two to three times the caffeine of tea. An eight-ounce cup of coffee contains around 135 mg caffeine; tea contains only 30-40 mg per cup. Tea may reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. Unwanted blood clots formed from cholesterol and blood platelets cause heart attack and stroke. Drinking tea may help keep your arteries smooth and clog-free, the same way a drain keeps your bathroom pipes clear. Tea protects your bones. It's not just the milk added to tea that builds strong bones. Tea gives you a sweet smile. Tea itself actually contains fluoride and tannins that may keep plaque at bay. Tea bolsters your immune defenses. Drinking tea may help your body's immune system fight off infection. Tea protects against cancer. Thank the polyphenols, the antioxidants found in tea, once again for their cancer-fighting effects. Tea helps keep you hydrated. Caffeinated beverages, including tea, used to be on the list of beverages that didn't contribute to our daily fluid needs. Since caffeine is a diuretic and makes us pee more, the thought was that caffeinated beverages couldn't contribute to our overall fluid requirement. Tea is calorie-free. Tea doesn't have any calories, unless you add sweetener or milk. If you're looking for a satisfying, calorie-free beverage, tea is a top choice. Tea increases your metabolism. Green tea has been shown to actually increase metabolic rate so that you can burn 70 to 80 additional calories by drinking just five cups of green tea per day.

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