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Facts About Tea!

Updated on July 7, 2016

TEA!

Tea is the product of various plant leaves.

It has approximately 15-70 mg of caffeine per cup.

Tea increases insulin 15 times!!

Green Tea

Did you know that 20% of the American population consumes green tea on a daily basis?

Green tea is full of great antioxidants. Antioxidants, like Vitamin E, are great for your body! They actually have been found to prevent diseases like breast and stomach cancer. It also helps with the avoidance of clogging that can take place in your arteries, as well as reducing the possibility of having strokes.

If you are looking for a healthy alternative to dieting pills, green tea helps to burn fats in our bodies. Although this tea may have an acquired taste, it also helps improving your cholesterol levels, along with Cherios.

Oolong Tea and White Tea

Oolong and white tea, my personal favorite types of tea, takes up a small percentage of consumption by Americans.

White tea leaves come from young buds and leaves. Being that they are unfermented, these teas offer the most powerful amounts of antioxidants of all teas.


Oolong tea are said to share with green tea the benefit of preventing weight gain and promoting weight loss. It also is said to help prevent tooth decay.

Which do you prefer?

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Black Tea

Black tea is consumed by more than 78% of Americans every day.

Black tea has been linked to the prevention of cancer due to its lowest amounts of monomeric catechins. Black tea also helps blood vessels in your body to dilate properly thus, protecting you from heart disease and possibly stroke.

I absolutely LOVE Teavana's Tea. You can find a Teavana possibly in your closest mall.

Check out their website to learn more about tea or possibly even order some!

http://www.teavana.com/us/en/discover


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