Tea time: What’s the best tea for you?

Tea has been with us for thousands of years. It’s the secret to a long and healthy life. According to WebMD, studies show this has been proven to help with different diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart diseases and more. It can also help reduce weight, make you sleep better and lower your cholesterol. Absolutely better than coffee. It’s the perfect drink for the call center lifestyle.

“There doesn’t seem to be a downside to tea,” says American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Katherine Tallmadge, MA, RD, LD. “I think it’s a great alternative to coffee drinking. First, tea has less caffeine. It’s pretty well established that the compounds in tea – their flavonoids – are good for the heart and may reduce cancer.”

But there are dozens of different types of teas out there. How would you know which one is the best for you? Below are the different types of teas and their benefits.



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This is perhaps the most well-known and mostly drank among all the teas in the world. Green Tea has been called the “wonder herb” since it has numerous benefits to our health. It contains an abundance of antioxidants called polyphenols that helps reduce free radicals in the body. This beverage has multiple benefits for our body, it lowers cholesterol levels, burn fat, help boost the digestive system, prevent cancer, helps the lungs, help prevent Alzheimer’s and so much more. Green Tea has a low-caffeine content which is perfect to drank any time of the day.



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Oolong time has the a caffeine content compared to other teas. Buddhist monks revere this beverage, they call it the “Black Dragon” tea. Studies have proven that this can lower cholesterol levels, improve the formation of strong bones, preservation of heart health and boost immune system. A variety of Oolong is used for weight loss, as well. This is best drank when you feel sleepy because it can certainly help wake you up.



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White tea is the most pure form of tea. It is unprocessed and uncured. This is said to have the highest amount of antioxidant in teas. It has the most potential to prevent cancer and a whole host of illnesses from head to toe, from the skin to almost every organ we have. This is perhaps one of the best teas to drink on a regular basis. This beverage also contains a significant amount of caffeine.


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Chamomile is a type herbal tea. It helps fight infection and boosts the immune system. This drink also has a soothing effect and can help people be calm and go to sleep. It helps with insomnia and other sleeping problsm. If you’re having a bad day and want to de-stress and relax, Chamomile is the drink to go to.


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Lavender Tea comes from dried up flowers. It is a type of medicinal drink that is drank worldwide. Respiratory issues, cough, bronchitis, regulating body temperature and treating fever are just some of the things this drink can help with. It can also heal ulcers, sores, cuts and wounds. If you’re feeling a fever creeping up, this is the best beverage to drink.


It also important to note that these teas are most potent if prepared in the most natural way. Pre-packed tea bags have significantly less amount of healing properties as those made from fresh herbs and flowers.


Check out WebMD’s article about teas. Click here.

Here’s’s article about teas as well. Click here.

The also has an article about teas, too. Click here.

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