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Tea means many different things to different people. Tea is a pleasant, socially acceptable drink, enjoyed by millions of people across all continents. Over 3 billion cups of tea are consumed everyday and it is the second most common drink in the world after water.
Can tea time increase your lifetime?
Lifestyle-related diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease are also categorised as age-related diseases. Tea is now thought to contain anti-aging compounds. Anecdotal evidence is increasingly supported by medical findings which suggest that consuming sufficient quantities of tea daily can ward off or even prevent serious diseases.

The possible protective effect of tea in reducing cardiovascular disease has been attributed to the presence of flavonoids, which act as potent antioxidants, preventing the formation of the more atherogenic oxidized low-density lipoproteins (LDL) that improve blood circulation. Tea may have a normalising effect on thyroid hyper function too, as well as anti-inflammatory actions. Another benefit of drinking tea is that it may help reduce cavities and plaque and also help inhibit bacterial growth in the mouth.
The nutritional value of tea!
Taken on its own, tea has no calories. However, with milk, it provides a number of vitamins and minerals. Tea also provides 70% of our daily fluoride intake, which helps develop strong bones and protect against tooth decay. Drinking tea regularly also ensures that adequate quantities of fluid are consumed each day.

The beneficial health effects of tea have been demonstrated in numerous studies, indicating that tea is an ideal component of any diet, which, with a variety of other food and drinks, will promote healthy living.