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Black Tea is Nature's Formula For Antioxidants

 Black Tea

Black Tea is a tea that has been allowed to wither and ferment under controlled conditions before being subjected to a heating process that stops fermentation and turns the leaves black.

 

Similar to green tea, black tea is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. The leaves of this plant are dried and fermented, thus giving the tea a darker color and richer flavor as compared to green tea.

 

Black tea contains many antioxidants, which are compounds that aid the body in its fight against free radicals.  These antioxidants include quercetin, which is a substance said to fight against inflammation and support healthy immune function.

These antioxidants include quercetin, which is a substance said to fight against inflammation and support healthy immune function. Scientists discovered in a laboratory study published in 2009 that compounds extracted from black tea were more effective at slowing the absorption of blood sugar than those extracted from green tea and oolong tea. Also, a 2009 study shows that over a 1000 adults found that long-term intake of black tea was associated with lower prevalence of diabetes.

 

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Black tea contains polyphenols which seem to help in preventing formation of potential carcinogens in the body, particularly in certain types of cancer, such as ovarian, lung, prostate, colorectal, and bladder. Some studies reveal that black tea may help prevent stomach, prostate, and breast cancer.

 

A compound in black tea known as TF-2 can cause these cancer cells to go into apoptosis (also known as cell death) while normal cells remain unaffected. Another study on oral cancer concluded that consuming black tea can significantly reduce the risk of oral cancer, especially in those who smoke cigarettes and use other tobacco products. Another content of black tea is fluoride, which helps to aid in oral and bone health. Black tea contains flavonoids which are also known to be found in apples.

 

Once processed, all antioxidants existing within the black tea are eliminated. Black tea not only helps in the fight against bacteria, but also helps to strengthen the immune system. It is common knowledge that drinking tea hydrates the body. Therefore a cup of black tea helps moisturize the skin. Black tea also balances the hormone levels which fends off stress. Not only does black tea have anti-inflammatory qualities, it also keeps a check on the digestive tract’s functioning. It can help reduce stroke risks as it balances the cholesterol level.

 

Unlike high levels of caffeine that coffee contains, the small amounts in black tea promote blood flow in the brain without over stimulating the heart. The caffeine in black tea can help with mental focus and concentration, and studies show that the amino acid L-theanine found in black tea can help you relax and concentrate more fully on tasks. Black tea has been shown to reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol after a month of drinking four cups of tea daily.

 

The caffeine in black tea might also give your memory the boost it needs for a few hours, and some studies suggest that a regular tea habit may help protect against Parkinson's disease. When consumed in moderation, caffeine can be very beneficial. In black tea, caffeine helps to stimulate the metabolism, increases brain function, and aids in alertness. The caffeine in black tea acts as more of a subtle stimulant, taking more than a few minutes to take effect rather than hitting your system as quickly as coffee or cola. This effect is assisted by another compound found only in tea, theophylline. While caffeine chiefly targets the brain and muscles, theophylline stimulates the respiratory system, heart, and kidneys. This helps maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.

The caffeine in black tea acts as more of a subtle stimulant, taking more than a few minutes to take effect rather than hitting your system as quickly as coffee or cola.

 

This effect is assisted by another compound found only in tea, theophylline. While caffeine chiefly targets the brain and muscles, theophylline stimulates the respiratory system, heart, and kidneys. This helps maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.

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