Benefits of black tea
Drinking black tea has recently been shown to have links with the immune function of cells in the human body.
Black tea plays an important role in increasing the beneficial microflora found in the intestines, providing immunity against intestinal damage, and protect cell membranes from damage caused by oxidation. In the digestive tract, black tea can help fight food poisoning and diseases such as cholera, and dysentery tiphus. Drinking black tea could reduce attack rates of diarrhea.
Black tea also prevents the occurrence of dental caries because of the presence of fluoride in it. The role of black tea has been proven as well in the process of normalization of blood pressure, fat reduction activities, and prevention of coronary heart disease and diabetes in accordance with the benefits that can reduce the activity of blood glucose. Black tea also has activity against gram positive and gram negative human pathogenic bacteria. Steeping black tea contains a number of antioxidants, mainly catechins that have anti-carcinogenic functions (anti-cancer), anti-mutagen and anti-tumor. Catechin (catechin) also can save or enhance the ascorbic acid on some metabolic processes. Epidemiological studies indicate that consumption of black tea can lower total cholesterol (TC) and low density lipoprotein (LDL-C). Black tea is also effective in preventing influenza A and B virus during short-term contacts.
The scientists also have evidence that a cup of black tea can help reduce stress. Studies of black tea notes that black tea can help in reducing stress triggers hormones (cortisol) that circulate in the blood. They also found that people who usually drink black tea can reduce stress more quickly than people who do not usually drink tea. Moreover, black tea are often used to treat some diseases. In China, for example, black tea is used as a home remedy to heal wounds or prevent skin diseases and diseases due to athlete’s foot.
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