I receive that question a lot. I’m not sure what got me interested in drinking green tea in the first place. I’m not ashamed to admit that for many years, my go-to beverage at Red Rose was a sweet and milky concoction called orange pekoe. Almost every day, I would consume around two mugs’ worth. I had a taste for herbal teas in the past, when they were included in a meal package from one of the numerous Chinese buffets in the area, but I can’t claim that I had any kind of tolerance for it.
Now, I began working on this project over a month ago, and if I’m being really honest, I got a jump start on the consumption of herbal tea. Since my wife started doing it around a year ago, we almost always had a couple bags lying around the house. Because I was concerned about my diet in light of the findings of my cholesterol test, I began researching into the advantages of it. I just like butter and eggs much too much to ever consider giving them up, so I looked for every benefit I could find. Even though I already had some chamomile tea at home, I thought it would be best to begin with green tea. I drank some in the past and didn’t dislike it all that much; however, I was looking for something that I could drink that was sugar-free. After doing some research on the internet, I discovered that drinking green tea may help treat a variety of health conditions, including cancer, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, decrease cholesterol, infections, and strengthen your immune system. In addition, it may assist in the burning of calories and in the prevention of dental decay. The quantity of green tea that needs to be eaten in order to capitalise on those advantages seems to differ from expert to specialist, but the general consensus is that around three to four cups of green tea should be drank each day.
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After that came black tea. I enjoy variety, and I didn’t want to be forced to drink the very tannic green tea for the rest of my life, so I began researching into the advantages of black tea. Black tea is less tannic than green tea. My research has shown that drinking black tea may lower one’s probability of having a stroke, an attack on the heart, or coronary heart disease. Similar to green tea, it may help decrease “bad” cholesterol, but only if around four cups of it are eaten each day. It has been discovered that black tea contains minute quantities of a number of different nutrients, including the amino acid known as theanine, as well as the minerals calcium, magnesium, manganese, and potassium, and the vitamins C and K. I particularly like a vanilla-flavored black tea since it helps to provide a little diversity to my daily routine and brings me closer to my goal of drinking four cups of tea each day.
I was fortunate enough to taste some red, sometimes known as Rooibos tea, when I was at Disney, and I discovered that it was one of my favourites. I was getting accustomed to really being able to taste the myriad of tastes that are present in tea, and I was enjoying each one. In addition to that, I found it interesting that African countries are the origin of red tea.
I am just getting started with researching white tea. White tea seems to provide all of the same advantages as green tea, but in a greater concentration, according to what I have read. I am looking forward to it even though I have not yet had the opportunity to try any of it out. I came upon an interesting story, and here it is:
Tea is gaining popularity as the health business has gone past Richard Simmons and into the mainstream, and since there are so many different kinds of tea, drinking it is guaranteed to bring out the connoisseur in each and every one of us.
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