Apparently, tea is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world, after water.
In recent years we’ve certainly become much more experimental with other kinds of tea. But, is tea simply a delicious drink? Or, are there also health benefits to be gained?
How is tea produced?
Black, white, green or red teas come from the same plant, the Camellia sinenses. However, what makes them differ in taste is the process they undergo:
White tea comes from the young plant leaves; these are then steamed and dried.
Green tea is made from the older leaf, and undergoes the least amount of processing; they are simply steamed quickly.
Black and red (oolong) teas also come from the older leaf; they are then partially dried, crushed and lastly fermented.
Health benefits of tea
Regardless of the processing method, all tea contains beneficial polyphenols, and it is these polyphenols that give tea its antioxidant properties.
In fact, white tea has the highest level of antioxidants, fol...
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Green tea contains caffeine and it has been used to
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