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Black Tea Introduction Part 3 - Health Benefits of Black Tea

Black Tea Introduction Part 3 - Health Benefits of Black Tea

by Brooke Davis April 25, 2016

Black tea, one of the six tea species, is the sort of fully fermented. It is renowned by its red liquid. Basic making procedures of black tea include withering, rolling, fermentation, and drying. Among them, fermentation is the most significant process of making black tea. It defines the quality of the tea. Meanwhile, plenty of healthy substances are produced during fermentation, which are important to the health benefit of black tea. Also fermentation is the reason why people who caring health loves black tea.

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The Health benefits of Da Hong Pao

The Health benefits of Da Hong Pao

by Brooke Davis April 25, 2016

Compounds such as caffeine, inositol, folic acid, and pantothenic acid in tea can regulate fat metabolism - especially the ones in Oolong teas have a good decomposition effect of protein and fat. The tea polyphenols and vitamin C can lower cholesterol and blood lipids, therefore drinking tea can help weight loss.

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Can Tea Dispel the Effects of Alcohol?

Can Tea Dispel the Effects of Alcohol?

by Brooke Davis April 25, 2016

Many people have habits of drinking strong tea when drunk, who thought that the obvious diuretic effects of tea will help speed up excretion of alcohol, however, they miss the fact that drinking tea when drunk has side effect on kidney.

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Benefits of Tea Drinking in Winter

Benefits of Tea Drinking in Winter

by Brooke Davis April 25, 2016

Tea, “茶”, has been a preference for health regimen since Chinese ancient times. People drink teas to seek different health benefits in different seasons. So, what are the benefits of tea drinking in winter?

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Can I drink green tea during pregnancy?

Can I drink green tea during pregnancy?

by Brooke Davis April 25, 2016

Many people get into the habit of drinking green tea, and there're many benefits of drinking it on a daily basis. Tea contains polyphenols to protect your heart, antioxidants that may lower the risk of cancer and other nutrients that boost your immune system. But, is it safe to drink green tea during pregnancy? Actually, we can drink it, but the intake of green tea should be limited. Green tea is rich in zinc element, and adequate zinc nutriture during pregnancy is important for fetal growth as well.

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Will your evening tea cause difficulty with sleep?

Will your evening tea cause difficulty with sleep?

by Brooke Davis April 25, 2016

Tea is suggested to help promote alertness and concentration, but also help promote relaxation. These two benefits seemed inconsistent, they are all true. Different people react differently to the caffeine, so when talking about how tea effect on sleep, there isn’t a simple answer.

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Benefits of white tea

Benefits of white tea

by Brooke Davis April 25, 2016

As one of the six basic Chinese teas, white tea is harvested primarily in Fujian and Zhejiang, mostly in Fuding city, Nanping city (Zhenghe county, Songxi county, Jianyang district), etc. As the least processed tea, white tea is regarded as the most natural and the healthiest tea because it’s dry leaves preserve much of the nutrients absorbed when they are fresh.

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15 unhealthy ways of tea drinking should be avoided

15 unhealthy ways of tea drinking should be avoided

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Originated in China as a medicinal drink, with its long history, tea as a kind of healthy beverage has a variety of positive health benefits. But drinking tea in bad way, also cause some physical discomfort. So, we are very happy to share our some suggestions about tea drinking for your reference.

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Caffeine in tea

Caffeine in tea

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Tea is one of common source of caffeine, different from coffee; its effect on human body tends to be more milder and gradual. At a given weight, tea contains more caffeine than coffee, but this doesn’t mean that a usual portion of tea contains more caffeine than coffee because tea is usually brewed in a weak way.

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Tea polyphenols

Tea polyphenols

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Views on tea drinking are sensitively and inevitably affected by personal and psychological conditions. Scientific investigation reveals that there are some “chemical substances” which they think are beneficial to our body. One of these chemical substances is Tea polyphenols.

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The amino acid in tea

The amino acid in tea

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Tea taste varies from teas to teas. Some feature for their own fresh tastes like Longjing tea, some are famous for their mellow taste or thick mouthfeel, as in the case of Puer tea. Psychological and physical differences also vibrate our personal bias for or against a kind of tea. Some people often use words “sea sedge” “chicken soup” “summer grass” to describe a kind of tea they first met. How strange and complicated! But one thing is clear. Amino acid included in tea has connection with that.

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Explore the Treasure for Health Benefits – Marvelous Chinese Pu-Erh Tea

Explore the Treasure for Health Benefits – Marvelous Chinese Pu-Erh Tea

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Pu-erh tea has been touted for many years as a great weight loss tea because of its ability to help us burn fat and shed pounds. It loses your weight safety and can product your stomach. The best way to weight loss is to brew and drink pu-erh tea every day. Then each time you will gain the health benefits of the Pu-erh tea.

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Flower Teas Have Many Effects to Gain the Benefits of Them

Flower Teas Have Many Effects to Gain the Benefits of Them

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Using well-selected Fujian Silver Needles and dehydrated flowers like Gomphrena Globosa, Yellow Chrysanthemum, Jasmine, Lily, Marigold and Carnation etc. as material, the series of Flower Tea is carefully made with the combination of unique handicraft and modern technology. The beverage looks light green and yellow, clear and bright. It has a fresh mellow fragrance and a sweet aftertaste, with light green tea dregs.

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Overindulgence in Tea Can Bring Repercussions

Overindulgence in Tea Can Bring Repercussions

by Brooke Davis April 21, 2016

It is common knowledge that wine and other spirits containing alcohol can make a person inebriated, also commonly known as being “drunk”.  What you might not know is that tea can also cause inebriation.  If you drink too much strong tea, it can have repercussions on your body similar to drinking too much alcohol, for example you may be troubled by tinnitus (a persistent ringing in the ears), or experience dizziness and fatigue.

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Miracle Weight Loss Tea from China – How Pu-erh Tea Can Help You Shed Pounds

Miracle Weight Loss Tea from China – How Pu-erh Tea Can Help You Shed Pounds

by Brooke Davis April 21, 2016

Pu-erh tea is a kind of healthy beverage, which not only has a long history of chinese tea, but can help us reduce fat and lose weight. The cooked tea can keep the stomach fit and warm it, while the fresh tea has a better effect on weight loss than the cooked tea, on account of its strong taste.

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The Physical Effects of Drinking Tea

The Physical Effects of Drinking Tea

by Brooke Davis April 21, 2016

Tea can be classified into Green, Black, White, Oolong, Puerh, Yellow and Flowering tea. Drinking tea has many health benefits, but we would like to discuss some of the more common physical effects of drinking tea which makes it such a beneficial beverage.  Drinking tea can quench thirst, however some people experience the opposite and feel even more thirsty while drinking tea.  How can this happen and why does it happen to some people but not others?

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Tea and Caffeine Content

Tea and Caffeine Content

by Brooke Davis April 21, 2016

Tea is one of the healthiest and delicious beverages you can have on a daily basis.  There are so many different types available and they have varying ranges of caffeine in them.  While in your average cup of coffee you will get about 110mg of caffeine, giving you a good boost.  The average caffeine amount in tea can be affected by steeping time, blends, and of course the kind of tea you are drinking.

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Green Tea for Weight Loss

Green Tea for Weight Loss

by Brooke Davis April 21, 2016

Green tea of high quality has green dry tea, green liquor and green tea leaves, which is the so called “Three Green”. As the hero that helping green tea drinkers, EGCG(tea polyphenol) could prevent cancer, reduce blood fat, protecting you from radiation and decrease the damage of nicotine.Tea tree is called Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze. Picking fresh tea leaf from the trees, then craft them by the typical progress of non-fermentation, removing green, roasting and drying. This is how green tea made. The production and liquor both persist the green color of fresh tea leaves.

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General Health Benefits of Tea

General Health Benefits of Tea

by Brooke Davis April 20, 2016

Apart from containing the well known vitamin C and E antioxidants, tea also contains natural antioxidant chemicals – polyphenols and flavonoids – that help protect your body from free radicals that contribute to the effects of aging and pollution.

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Green Tea Health Benefits

Green Tea Health Benefits

by Brooke Davis April 20, 2016

Many of the affects of aging, particularly on the skin, are caused by a build up of free radicals in the body, which can damage and aging of your body's cells.  Free radicals do occur naturally, but their concentrations are increased due to exposure to pollution, too much sunlight and some types of chemicals.  SOD (superoxide Dismutase) is one of the bodies chemicals that mops up free radicals to help prevent them damaging the bodies cells.  Chemicals called catechins that are present in green tea significantly improve the activity of SOD, and so provide a large boost to the bodies ability to fight the affect of free radicals.

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