Chinese Green Tea Is Effective And Refreshing

  • It is undeniable that coffee is the most popular caffeinated beverage in the morning-but it is difficult to ignore the popularity of tea in the past few years and the slow but steady buzz around, especially Chunmee Green Tea. Whether it is hot or iced, mixed with matcha or eaten alone, more and more people make room for green tea in their daily work. Some people want to soak a small cup of soaked herbal juice to keep it steady during their work. Others relax with a cup of steaming tea before going to bed. No matter when or how to enjoy it, there are some health benefits that make green tea more advantageous than many other hot beverages (including coffee!).

    You may ask, why do health experts often praise tea instead of coffee? First, all tea varieties are brewed from the dried leaves of camellia shrubs, and can be divided into four categories according to their degree of oxidation. White tea is made from unoxidized buds, while Oolong tea is made from specially oxidized leaves, and dark tea is made by immersing fully oxidized leaves in hot water. On the other hand, green tea is made from unoxidized tea leaves-all of these varieties contain antioxidants, mainly flavonoids, a group of phytochemicals that have been shown to reduce coronary artery inflammation. How you choose to brew tea-and the type of tea you choose to brew-can play a role in its final antioxidant count. However, according to an academic review published in the Journal of Food Ingredients and Analysis in 2005, Chinese Green Tea has been proven to naturally contain the highest flavonoids among the four varieties.

    However, some hype by the herbal superstar who is refreshing every day has led to confusion about its immediate health benefits.