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Benefits of Black Tea for Healthy Living

Black Tea, next to water, is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world.  Sacred to many cultures and a time-honored tradition in many others, drinking black tea is a choice for millions of people.  The types of black tea are endless, and consumers can choose to brew their own or select a perfectly brewed ready to drink black tea like Tejava. If your drink of choice is black tea, you’ll be glad to know there are many benefits beyond pure refreshment.

Black tea is known to provide several health benefits.  Scientific studies have shown the antioxidant properties in black tea are credited with decreasing the risks of chronic disease and improving overall heart health.  Boston School of Medicine claims that black tea can reverse the abnormal functioning of blood vessels, reducing a person’s risk for strokes and cardiovascular issues. The tannins in black tea have a relaxing effect on digestive system. Drinking hot black tea also helps to expand the air passage, making breathing easier. Black tea is also known for its antibacterial properties which are helpful for good oral health by reducing plaque formation and eliminating cavity causing bacteria.

Black tea not only has health benefits, but also it can help you to focus and increase productivity.  The caffeine in black tea, which is less than coffee has been shown to help improve focus.  Black tea also contains the amino acid L-theanine which increases alpha activity in the brain and can help improve focus and alertness.  Black tea benefits may also include stress relief as studies have shown it may reduce the levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the body.

In an increasingly health-conscious marketplace, Tejava unsweetened black tea provides consumers great tasting refreshment with the added health benefits of black tea.  Tejava’s ready-to-drink line of unsweetened original and flavored black teas make great healthy beverage choices.

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