Researchers interviewed a number of Athens citizens about their lifestyle, eating and drinking habits and discovered that people who testified drinking more chamomile tea over longer time periods were less vulnerable to thyroid malignancies or harmless stones than people who did not.
Teasyteas.com, one of the leading online tea retailers has recently published its new report titled "Global Tea Polyphenols Marketplace 2015-2019" added to its retail store. The report evaluates tea uses like Functional Foods, Functional Beverages, and Health Supplements.
Reports show that the supplement of green tea extract can benefit patient suffering from diabetes. The reason being the antioxidants in green tea extract has a positive effect on controlling blood sugar levels and increase metabolic rate for weight loss.
Based on a recent report published in Herbal Gram — a charitable, peer reviewed journal by the ABC (American Botanical Council) — combined 2015 tea sales and ready to drink teas elevated 4.1% to an almost $4.3 billion.
By the 90's the number of young kids drinking tea had dropped to around a third and nowadays the NDNS (National Diet and Nutrition Survey doesn't even record it.
The recent research carried by the Japanese researchers unveils that drinking 2 to 3 cups of black tea every day could keep people away from osteoporosis. Tea-drinkers are less inclined to break a hip than the folks who never drink tea, research discovered. The men and women who consumed 2 to 3 cups of tea being 37 percent less inclined to suffer a broken hip. However, not all drinks have the same effect. Coffee doesn't possess this benefit, based on the Journal of IOF (International Osteoporosis Foundation).
Researchers in Japan claim that Black tea can help people with osteoporosis, a bone disease mainly affecting senior citizens. Researchers say the simple brew contains a powerful antioxidant, which can avoid the lack of bone-density generally observed in people over 50 which makes elderly people more vulnerable to hip fractures.
Earl Grey does not just have unique and delicious flavor, rather it has lots of health benefits too. A research was conducted and it was found that drinking three cups of Earl Grey tea daily may assist lower the risk for heart diseases. In the conducted research, people who drank 3 cups of Earl Grey a day noticed a good drop in the level of blood triglyceride and rise in the good cholesterol HDL in 3 months. An increase in the antioxidant level was also noticed, which essentially helps in fighting against the free radicals that damage the cells.
A new research published within the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition uncovered that women who drink tea consumed good amounts of flavonoids, a kind of antioxidant rich in tea, were somewhat less inclined to grow endothelial ovarian cancer—the fifth leading cause for death among women due to cancer.
The scientists from the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom, submit their reports to the AJCN (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition).