The Amazing Benefits
The variety of tea that most people are familiar with is black tea. After the tea leaves are picked, they are snapped, broken or rolled, which produces oxidation, and then they are dried. The drying process stops the oxidation, but the oxidized process itself does remove most of the antioxidants called polyphenols that provide nutritional benefits. Though much of the health benefits are removed, the flavor of black tea is a familiar, pleasing, and very palatable taste, and is widely consumed.
Studies Suggest Green Tea Has Therapeutic Properties
Green tea is not only available in the traditional bag form, but in leaf form, as vitamin supplements, and as the ever popular trendy beverages. However one chooses to consume the delectible beverage, i
Green tea has been shown to be beneficial in reducing the occurrence of or even the prevention of certain cancers by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells. Evidence in some studies suggest that the tea aids in weight loss by boosting metabolism, assists in regulating blood sugar and insulin spikes, as well as helps the digestive process. The effective and very powerful antioxidants in green tea make it a natural remedy for certain ailments, the consumption of which can contribute to a healthy lifestyle.
The legendary beginnings of Chinese green tea that is enjoyed all over China, goes back 4,000 years. Drinking the refreshing beverage in the ever popular and authentic tea houses that are found throughout parks, cities, on the roadsides, or in the hills and valleys is a very special and memorable experience. The plants are grown either in sun or shade, typically in rows, and harvested several times a year. The procedure is a refined process, and a particular well-known Chinese tea has even won several national awards. There is even a National Chinese Tea Museum, the largest such museum in the world, and a very popular tourist attraction.