For over a decade university medical centers and independent clinical laboratories have been studying the effects of tea on the human body (although some of the tests have been done on cell cultures or animals rather than humans).
More of the studies were based on green tea than black or oolong tea, but there have been interesting studies done on those teas as well. Researchers have analyzed the health benefits of tea on such major diseases and ailments as:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
- Weight loss
- Acne, and more…
Most of the research has shown exciting, positive results, with the benefits of consuming tea or supplementing your diet with a tea extract range from preventing the development of cancer cells to clearing up acne and repairing acne scars. Yet, some research results were quite surprising and unexpected…from a layperson’s perspective, anyway.
To learn what it is about tea that makes it so good for us and about the tremendous potential health benefits gained by adding tea to your diet, I’ve researched the studies and put together a profile on tea’s impact on these diseases and ailments; For some great ways to improve your health by either preventing disease, relieving symptoms, or enhancing your life check out the profiles below: