4. Helpful for Dental Health

Green tea is antibacterial and can assist with the prevention of dental cavities and gum disease. This may be due to the fluoride content in tea, which also helps guard against bone loss in the jaw.

3. Green Tea Is Anti-Aging

No Green Tea

All tea, but especially green tea, is popular in all societies living in the Blue Zones, where people live to be well over 100 years old and in good health. They also follow good diet practices, exercise and have a community.

2. Types of “True” Tea


All true tea comes from the Camilla sinensis plant, including black, oolong, and green teas. As far as which is the least processed, green tea is less fermented and has higher benefits due to it containing more antioxidant compounds. All other plant teas are herbal teas, most of which are caffeine free.

1. How to Incorporate Tea into Your Daily Diet

Sip On Green Tea

Studies have shown that for general health benefits, three to five cups a day is best. Now this may sound like a lot, but remember that most glasses or cups we use are really 12 ounces or more. So you are probably drinking more than you thought!

If you are trying to resolve a health issue, try consuming more by using tea either as broth when cooking or in smoothies.

It always is healthier to drink your tea with no sugar and eat a healthy diet (try stevia or monkfruit for a healthy sugar).

Related: Could Drinking Hot Tea or Coffee Give You Cancer?


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