Green Tea is full of bioactive compounds. Some of the most powerful ingredients in green tea are polyphenols, minerals, and L-theanine.
The caffeine found in green tea is known to provide a steady amount of energy instead of a boost followed by a crash that you may experience with coffee. Some of the benefits of drinking green tea are that it is known to increase fat burn, improve brain function, kill oral bacteria, reduce cholesterol levels and may lower your risk of cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. If those aren’t enough reasons to go green, we don’t know what is!
Like green tea, oolong tea, and white tea, black tea is made from the leaves of the small Camellia sinensis tree. The difference is that black tea is fermented, making it stronger in flavour and less oxidized. While black tea has the highest caffeine content for tea, the caffeine provides a stable energy boost without the crash that follows a cup of coffee. Black tea is known to restrict oral bacteria growth, regulate blood sugar levels, and have anti-inflammatory properties. It is also associated with lowering the risk of heart disease and diabetes. It also contains L-theanine and is linked to a healthier heart. Feel better sip by sip.
Oolong tea is packed full with antioxidants. Oolong tea is well-known for its help in reducing cholesterol, increasing mental awareness, stabilizing blood sugar, speeding the metabolism, and improving skin and hair health. Don’t wait Toolong, try a cup today!
Peppermint tea, made up of peppermint and spearmint leaves, is known for its healing properties. The beauty of peppermint tea lies in its ability to reduce pain and swelling, get rid of inflammation, relax the mind and body, improve the immune system and aid in sleeping. Don’t wait until the holidays for the refreshing Peppermint taste, you can get steeping right away!