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Health Benefits from Chinese Tea (Part One)

Shaanxi Peng Xiang Tea Corp., Ltd | Updated: May 18, 2017

As we all know that the tea and coffee are most popular two kinds drinks all over the world. Drinking tea becoming more and more popular in recent years, so more and more people focus on the health benefits of drinking green tea and black tea. Today, we would like to share the function about oral health, heart health , antioxidants, and cancer prevention from Chinese tea.


Below are 4 health benefits of having a cup or two of Han Jia Black Tea on a regular basis, though it should be noted that it is recommended that Black Tea should be consumed without any additives like milk or sugar to truly harness its benefits.

1. Oral Health

Studies funded by the Tea Trade Health Research Association suggests that black tea can reduces plaque formation as well as restricts bacteria growth that promotes the formation of cavities and tooth decays. Polyphenols found in black tea kill and surpass cavity-causing bacteria as well as hinder the growth of bacterial enzymes that form the sticky-like material that binds plaque to our teeth.


2. A Better Heart

  As identified by Arab L. et al. in their 2009 research paper called “ Green Tea and Black tea consumption and risk of stroke: a meta-analysis”, it is seen that regardless of people’s country of origin, individuals who consume 3 or more cups of tea had a 21% lower risk of a stroke than people who consume less than 1 cup of green tea or black tea per day.


3. Antioxidants

 Black Tea contains polyphenols, which are also antioxidants that help block DNA damage associated with tobacco or other toxic chemicals. These antioxidants are different from those obtained from fruits and vegetables and therefore as a regular part of our diet they can provide additional benefits towards a healthy lifestyle for people to enjoy life with black tea.


4. Cancer Prevention

 Though a lot more research is required to confidently suggest cancer prevention techniques, some research all over the years suggests that antioxidants like polyphenol and catechins in tea may help prevent some types of cancer. It has been suggested that women who drink.