Advances in technology have given rise to new efforts to uncover the extraordinary health benefits of frequent Tea consumption. Though far from a new phenomenon, modern 21st Century science now has the tools to accommodate thorough and in-depth studies into how one’s favourite beverage can benefit their everyday way of life.
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Revolution is a word well-known to the Tea Industry. In the United States, for example, one’s morning cup of Tea and the birth of the nation are almost synonymous, harking back to the pivotal days of dumping chests of the beloved brew into the Boston Harbour. Today, however, “revolution” in the world of Tea has taken on a new meaning. No longer does Tea thrive in the records of history, but in the research papers of science. It is a dramatic change aimed not at the past, but the future.
Whether referring to Green Tea, Black Tea, White Tea, Oolong Tea, Herbal Tea or even Fruit Tea, research has indicated correlations between the frequent consumption of these infusions and benefits such as improved cardiovascular health, enhanced cognitive function, a boosted metabolism, immune system support and reduced risks of developing type-2 diabetes. Of course, however, it ultimately depends on the type of Tea chosen, with each Tea type offering its own unique qualities.
While taste remains a vital deciding factor, more and more people are also making their choices based on health benefits. If one hopes to lose weight, we recommend Green Tea. If one wishes to stimulate brain activity, we recommend Black Tea. If one has a cold, we recommend Ginger Tea or Turmeric Tea. And if one has high blood pressure, we recommend Hibiscus Tea. These are just some of the possibilities. There are almost countless more. Depending on your ailment, we might just have a Tea for you. Be part of this new revolution today with The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company.