The benefits of tea for the human body

Tea is one of the most popular drinks in Azerbaijan. The taste of "Berqa" tea is known throughout the country. But do you know about the benefits of tea for the human body? Scientists share with you the benefits of drinking tea. Put a cup of "Berqa" tea next to you and start reading our article. Tea reduces the risk of heart disease. Tea improves blood flow in the body by dilating major arteries, reducing the risk of blood clots. Tea also contains antioxidants called flavonoids, which may slow the onset and risk of heart disease. Tea hydrates the body. Although water is considered the main fluid for rehydrating the body after sports or a long day at the office, some scientists believe that drinking tea can be just as beneficial. Despite its high caffeine content, tea is a great way to hydrate as it provides a rich and delicious source of water. Tea prevents tooth decay. As surprising as it may sound, regular tea consumption can actually strengthen your teeth and reduce the risk of tooth decay. Tea is a great source of fluoride that can strengthen tooth enamel. It is possible to get rid of excess weight by drinking tea. Some scientific studies have suggested that drinking tea regularly can help reduce body fat by speeding up the burning of calories. At least, it's less fattening than drinking special sugary drinks. You can strengthen your memory with tea. Many scientists believe that certain types of tea, such as green tea, can strengthen memory cells in the brain and protect against dementia and even Alzheimer's disease. No wonder older people drink so much tea. Beating cancer with the power of the tea is real. Some high-profile studies have recently suggested that drinking tea can seriously help your chances of warding off cancer. Although research in this area is still developing, analyzes show that the incidence of prostate, oral and breast cancer is lower among those who drink five or more cups of tea a day. Considering all this, don't miss the delicious, useful tea, that is, "Berqa" from your table. Bon Appetit!