What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Black Tea Everyday


Hello friends. Welcome back! A fortuitous gift by the Chinese, black tea,
was discovered accidentally almost four centuries ago. It has uncountable health benefits, and
consuming black tea every day can do wonders for your body. Initially deemed as an aristocratic luxury
and used as a marker of wealth, black tea was enjoyed only by royalty and the aristocracy.
Eventually, it became affordable, percolated down the social ladder, and became available
to the masses. Which is how it has become one of the most consumed beverages in the
world! Have you ever thought of what consuming black
tea every day might do to your body? If you just brewed a cup and are now watching
the video while sipping on it, then congratulations to you as you have successfully boosted the
functioning of every single organ of your body. 1.Fight the Free Radicals! According to an article by Adam Feldman in Medical
News Today, black tea is effective in fighting free radicals due to antioxidants such as
flavonols, thearubigins, and theaflavins. Free radicals are formed during normal and
natural metabolic processes. They are, however, an extremely potent cause of cancer. 2.For Glowing Skin The connection between healthy and glowing
skin and a cup of black tea is hardly ever pondered upon by people. Black tea has antioxidant
properties which slow down the aging process by fighting all the free radicals. It also
reduces the risk of skin, lung, breast and prostate cancer. Who would have thought cancer
could be fought with a simple cup of the humble tea! 3.For a Healthy Heart Consuming 3-4 cups of black tea can help you
fight different heart diseases, according to Joe A. Vinson, Karolyn Teufel, and Nancy
Wu, in a study of 2004. The research further shows that regular consumption of black tea
might reduce the growth of plaque inside the walls of the arteries, which is medically
referred to as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis weakens the heart as well as the kidney, which
can be easily prevented considerably with the help of black tea! 4.For Improving Immunity Alkylamine antigens in black tea strengthen
our immune system that, coupled with the tannins, makes it the perfect antidote to certain viruses.
It also strengthens the gut and is just the beverage to soothe the aching belly. 5.For Oral Health
You might be questioning its veracity, considering black tea is notorious for the stains it leaves
behind on the teeth. However, the good old polyphenols and tannins are functional in
cleansing the mouth off the bacteria which cause tooth decay or bad breath. 6.Fight Diabetes Black tea, when consumed unsweetened, can
even help with diabetes. Certain studies have shown that black tea enhances the secretion
of insulin. According to a study by Wenping Tang and Chi-Tang Ho published in the Journal
of Functional Foods, Black tea not only increases the body’s metabolism, but it also lowers
the amount of blood sugar, both of which are extremely useful for diabetes patients. 7.Good for Bone Health Bone health is something that is often ignored
by us. Our body often fails to process the calcium and absorb it completely, and this
is particularly problematic for lactose-intolerant people. Black tea works wonders as a substitute
for calcium. Chenshu Huang and Rongrui Tang, in a study published in Pakistan Journal of
Medical Sciences, explore how black tea can restore bone density and strengthen our bones. In conclusion, if you are looking for good
gut health, the glow in your skin, the shine in your hair, or fighting the risk of cholesterol,
cancer, heart diseases, stroke, kidney diseases, or if you are looking forward to losing weight,
black tea is your savior!

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