Tea increases life expectancy; research reveals


Most people in India love tea. Their day does not start without drinking tea in the morning. Rich or poor, everyone loves tea. Meanwhile, the British Biobank study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine said that drinking tea can increase your life.

People who drink two or more cups of tea a day have a lower risk of death. However, in the research, this is not about milk tea made in India, but about ‘black tea’.

Scientists of the National Cancer Institute of the United States of America have found out from this research that the amount of antioxidants in black tea leaves is very high. It helps remove harmful substances from the blood, reduce swelling and prevent inflammation in the body. Black tea is the most popular in the United Kingdom. You will be surprised to know that different teas are famous in different corners of the world. While milk tea is made in India, green tea is preferred in China and Japan. People in Britain drink ‘black tea’. A study has also been done on green tea before black tea, in which it was said that tea can help keep our bodies healthy.

American National Cancer Institute scientists have presented some interesting facts in their research. The researchers said that their research included data on the tea habits of more than half a million people in the UK. This data was collected while talking to people who have been drinking tea for 14 years.

This research shows that people who drink a lot of tea have a longer life expectancy than people who don’t drink tea. According to research, those who drink one or two cups of tea per day have a 9 to 13 percent lower risk of death than other people. According to reports, tea is beneficial for heart disease. But it does not affect cancer.

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