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Here are 11 unknown benefits of black tea - • Promotes oral health - Black tea contains polyphenols which help to reduce the formation of plaque, prevent the growth of bad bacteria which are responsible for cavity formation and tooth decay. Black tea also inhibits the growth of bacterial enzymes which make the plaque stick to teeth.


• Loaded with antioxidants - The polyphenols present in black tea contain antioxidant properties that help to prevent the damage of DNA that can be caused due to toxic chemicals and tobacco. These antioxidants are not the ones one can get from fruits and veggies and they help you in leading a healthy lifestyle.


• Prevents cancer - Research has shown that the catechins and polyphenols in black tea, which are antioxidants, can help to prevent


various types of cancer. Research has also proven that women who are regular black tea drinkers are less likely to suffer from ovarian cancer as compared to those who don’t.


• Helps maintain a healthy heart - Research has also shown that people who drink 2-3 cups of black tea every day have a lower chance of suffering from stroke and other cardiac diseases.


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BENEFITS OF BLACKTEA


any times, people criticize others when they overindulge in caffeinated drinks such as tea or coffee. Although, this is proven that too much of tea and coffee is bad for health, perhaps, an extra cup of black tea will do you no harm. Black tea is made up of Camellia Sinesis, which is a shrub which is also used in preparing green tea but the processing


• Relieves stress - Black tea has relaxing and calming properties. The presence of the amino acid L-theanine in black tea helps to increase your concentration levels and makes you relax. It also helps to reduce the levels of the stress hormone cortisol if consumed on a regular basis.


• Promotes healthy bones - People who consume black tea on a regular basis tend to have stronger bones, due to the presence of phytochemicals and are less likely to suffer from arthritis.


• Maintains healthy digestion - Black tea contains tannins which help to keep intestinal and gastric illnesses at bay and improve the body’s immune function. Black tea also helps to reduce digestive activity.


• Boosts immune system - Black tea also contains alkylamine antigens which boost your immune system. Tannins present in black tea help to fight infections and diseases as they have the power to fight viruses. This helps to protect the body from influenza and stomach flu and many other viral diseases.


• Energises you - The presence of small amounts of caffeine in black tea enhances the blood flow to the brain without providing too much stimulation to the heart, which happens in the case of other caffeinated drinks. It also stimulates the kidneys, respiratory system, heart and metabolism.


• Lowers the risk of diabetes - Another study suggests that people who consume 1-2 cups of black tea since a long time are at a lower risk of contracting type 2 diabetes as compared to those who don’t.


• Keeps you happy - Black tea keeps you happy and uplifts your mood. Just a cup of black tea is enough to make your day.


43 I INDIAN MIRROR MAY 2018


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