What are tea advantages and disadvantages

                               Tea advantages and disadvantages  

What is Tea?

Tea is a popular beverage provider. Tea is made of tea leaves of tea plants. In English tea is called ‘Tea’. First of all, when the British came to India, their attention went to the bushes of Assam growing in Assam, which people used to drink and drink. In India, the first tea plantations were planted in Assam in 1835.

The botanical name of tea?

The botanical name of the tea is ‘Camellia sinensis’

Benefits of tea

Benefits of tea
  • Tea has less caffeine compared to coffee because more caffeine can increase your problems such as insomnia, headache so you can take tea instead of coffee.
  • Tea can reduce the risk of heart attack and can reduce your cholesterol level.
  • Tea helps strengthen the bones. One study found that the bones of tea drinkers are strong.
  • Due to diseases like cold and cold, it is beneficial to consume tea.
  • Drinking tea increases your body’s metabolism. Green tea pies will increase your metabolism rate, which can burn 70 to 80 calories comfortably so your weight will be reduced to some extent.

Disadvantages of Tea

  • Staying away from drinking beverages such as tea, coffee, alcohol, soda, chemicals and artificial sweeteners in the timepiece will be okay. Healthy beverages such as water and milk in typhoid are the best choice for treatment.
  • Drinking milk tea with sugar will increase your sugar level as well as weight and you may become a diabetic patient.
Disadvantages of Tea

According to 2018, the top ten names in the world of tea production are as follows:

  • China [2,414,802 tonnes]
  • India [1,252,174 tonnes]
  • Kenya [473,000 tonnes]
  • Sri Lanka [349,308 tonnes]
  • Turkey [243,000 tons]
  • Vietnam [240,000 tonnes]
  • Indonesia [144,015 tonnes]
  • Argentina [89,609 tonnes]
  • Japan [80,200 tonnes]
  • Iran [75,000 tonnes]

Which essential nutrients are there in tea? In 1 cup tea:

  • Has 2 calories
  • 0% is fat
  • Cholesterol is 0%
  • 10 ml of sodium
  • 43 ml is potassium
  • 0.4 grams of carbohydrates
  • 0 grams of fiber
  • 0 grams of sugar
  • 0 grams of protein
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