Type of Tea

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    Tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant which contains a number of antioxidants and good caffeine. Tea has various types with their benefits and advantages each for health. What are the types of tea that are most often encountered and which ones the healthiest?
Actually, the various teas that exist come from the same plant. However, that is distinguishing from all these types of tea is the manufacturing process. Several kinds of tea ones most popular are:

Black tea
Black tea has the highest caffeine content among other types of tea. This caffeine content making black tea can be a substitute for coffee to stimulate the work of the body and brain. Black tea also contains fluoride which can help protect us from dental caries or cavities. The antioxidant content in black tea is effective in reducing risk heart attack, atherosclerosis, kidney stones, ovarian cancer, and Parkinson's disease. Apart from this, black tea can also help prevent the occurrence of orthostatic hypotension, i.e. a condition in which a person feels lightheaded and lightheaded due to a drop in pressure blood, especially when suddenly standing up from a sitting or lying position. Black tea can too lowers cholesterol levels and helps increase energy levels. Research shows that black tea can prevent the lungs from being damaged caused by exposure to cigarette smoke and air pollution. This also reduces the risk stroke.

Green tea
Green tea is made from tea leaves that go through only one filter. Green tea is a kind tea that is rich in antioxidants, which works to prevent infections of the bladder and helps fight certain types of cancer such as breast cancer and lung cancer. Green tea can lower total cholesterol levels and increase good cholesterol levels (HDL). The polyphenol compounds found in green tea can also inhibit absorption cholesterol by the small intestine and simultaneously helps the body get rid of excess cholesterol. Due to its cholesterol-lowering properties, green tea can also help prevent it the occurrence of atherosclerosis, which is blockage of blood vessels caused by high levels of bad fats in the body. Atherosclerosis can lead to heart disease and stroke at a later date. Some of the other benefits of green tea are treating stomach ulcers, regulating body temperature, control blood sugar levels, help digestion, to improve brain cognitive abilities.



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