Cup of Black Tea

Black Tea & Biscuits

Black tea is rich in antioxidants and active substances and is therefore an essential ingredient for a healthy lifestyle. It protects the human body against many diseases, gives energy and stimulates the brain activity.

Let’s see together a few other benefits of black tea.

 

1. Black Tea Improves Your Cardiovascular Health

Black tea contains large amounts of antioxidants, which prevent increasing levels of cholesterol, and protect your arteries, reducing the risk of heart disease. In addition, the “flavonoids” in black tea improve coronary vasodilatation and reduce the risk of blood clots. Also, tea is rich in “polyphenols” and manganese that reduce the risk of heart disease and stimulate the heart muscle function.

2. Black Tea May Prevent Cancer

Black tea polyphenols prevent the formation of cancer cells in the body. They are helpful in the prevention of ovarian, lung and colorectal cancer. In addition, black tea is useful in preventing the stomach, prostate and breast cancer. Black tea compounds cause the destruction of cancer cells and protect healthy cells.

3. Black Tea is Beneficial for Skin and Hair

Black tea antioxidants protect the skin from acne and other skin conditions. In addition, black tea has the same effect as “benzoyl peroxide”, an ingredient in many cosmetics and skin treatments.

4. Black Tea Strengthens Your Bones

Numerous studies show that people who drink green tea regularly have a stronger bone. This is due to “phytochemicals” found in the black tea.

5. Black Tea Stimulates Your Digestive System

Tannins in black tea have powerful therapeutic effects on your digestive system. They relieve the symptoms of gastric and intestinal diseases and have an anti-diarrhea effect. In addition, black tea reduces intestinal inflammation and symptoms caused by irritable bowel syndrome.

6. Black Tea Improves Your Brain Activity

Unlike the caffeine in coffee, small quantities of black tea stimulates the blood flow to the brain. Black tea caffeine is a strong stimulant and is rapidly absorbed and metabolized by your body. It improves your attention and concentration power. Black tea reduces the stress hormone level, improves your memory and protects you against Parkinson’s disease.

7. Black Tea Increases the Energy Levels

Caffeine in black tea stimulates your metabolism, increases and enhances your brain function and activity. In addition, it stimulates the respiratory system, heart and kidneys.

8. Black Tea Strengthens Your Immune System

Black tea is rich in active substances, tannins that fight flu viruses, dysentery and hepatitis. In addition, black tea inhibit the growth of tumors and stimulate the production of cells that protect the body.