Importance of Black Tea

Black tea is one of the consumed beverages in the world, and rightfully so. Just like green tea, black tea is from the Camellia Sinensis plant.  The difference is that black tea undergoes a process of oxidation that allows the leaves to be exposed to moist, oxygen rich air. This results in black tea being rich in stimulants and antioxidants. These unique properties allow black tea to provide the following benefits:
  • Repairs cell damage caused by aging
  • Improves cardiovascular health
  • Lowers bad cholesterol
  • Improves gut health
  • Reduces risk of stroke
  • Improves focus and alertness
Next time you’re looking for an easy to make drink to get you through your day, try to substitute a coffee for black tea!

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