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Black Tea

There's no question that you've likely heard about all the health benefits green tea has to offer.  But, what about black tea? Should you completely forego all black tea consumption in favor of green tea instead?

Don't be so quick to do that.  Let's have a quick look at the top health benefits that you'll get from having a cup or two of black tea each day.

Contains Various Antioxidants

Just like eating a diet that's rich in numerous fruits and vegetables is important, so is drinking black tea.  Both will provide the body with many different antioxidants, all of which will go towards fighting off any free radical damage that you might encounter.

By fending off these offenders you can help to decrease your risk of disease and promote overall health and wellness.

Decreases The risk Of Heart Attack

Another very potent benefit of including black tea regularly is that it can help to dilate the arteries, thus improving blood flow to all areas of the body, especially the heart and brain.  This can work towards preventing heart attacks or strokes, two very serious conditions that could become fatal.

Reduces The Aging Process

Want to look younger? Consider drinking black tea.  Black tea will help to improve the overall appearance of the skin and make you give off a more youthful, radiant glow.

Boosts Your Metabolism

If you're interested in losing weight, one very big benefit that black tea provides is a nice boost to the metabolic rate, allowing you to burn off calories. Since total weight loss does come down to how many calories you expend versus how many calories you consume, anything you can do to boost the expenditure side of things is definitely going to help you out.

Since black tea also contains a good dose of caffeine as well, that will give you a quick boost of energy so you can push harder during any workout sessions you have scheduled.

So while you should still keep up with the habit of drinking green tea, don't let this come at the expense of black tea.  Both beverages have powerful health benefits and should regularly be included in your diet.

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