Put down those saucer cups and get tea is officially awesome for your health. If tea has benefits, it has limitations too However, a recent analysis published in the European journal says that drinking tea may be associated with a health and longer life.
In this study which included over 1 lakh participants of China PAR, a project with no history of heart attack cancer, or stroke. These participants were classified into two categories, the first category was heavy habitual tea drinkers (three times or more a week) and non-habitual tea drinkers less than three times a week.
Tea can boost exercise endurance. Scientists have found that the catechins (antioxidants) in green tea extract increase the body’s ability to burn fat as fuel. Which also can help you to maintain health and weight.
It helps fight free radicals. Tea is high in oxygen radical absorbance capacity, which mean it helps destroy free radicals (which can damage DNA) in the body. It also provides protection from ultraviolet rays.
Green tea has been found to improve bone mineral density and strength.
In the analysis, it came that, the 50-year-old participants of the study who were habitual tea drinkers would develop coronary heart disease and stroke 1.41 years later than their non-tea-drinking counterparts.
According to the reports, it recommended people to have three or more cups of tea a week. As per the author of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing confirmed that “Habitual consumption is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause death”.
Sources say that, A detailed analysis revealed that green tea drinkers may live longer lives than people who drink black tea or other varieties of tea.