Benefits of Tea

The potential health benefits listed below are not an exhaustive list. 

As mentioned in our disclaimer, this information should not be considered medical advice, and a health care professional should be consulted before drinking any tea for health or medical reasons.

Potential Health Benefits of Tea may include, but are not limited to:

  • promotes heart health
  • has antioxidants
  • reduces oxidative stress
  • boosts immune system
  • aids in weight loss
  • helps prevent cancer
  • is healthy for skin and teeth
  • enhances metabolism helping to burn off fat
  • aids in digestion
  • lowers cholesterol
  • regulates blood sugar levels
  • reduces chances of Alzheimer's disease
  • improves concentration
  • prevents cavities & helps to control gum disease
  • promotes relaxation
  • has anti-aging properties
  • has anti-inflammatory properties
  • has anti-bacterial properties
  • regular tea drinking improves & protects brain health & cognitive abilities
  • zero calories in true tea; less than 1 calorie in an 8 oz cup if it has fruit
  • strengthens bones, prevents bone loss, bone fractures & reduces risk of osteoporosis
  • bone density is increased if tea is consumed consistently over time
  • reduces the stress hormone, cortisol, in our bodies
  • provides a healthy alternative to coffee
  • has lower caffeine levels than coffee

    White Tea (in addition to the possible Health Benefits of Tea listed above):

    • very high in antioxidants - 3 times amount in green or black tea
    • calming and detoxifying effect on skin and body
    • helps prevent skin from sagging

    Matcha, Green Tea (in addition to the possible Health Benefits of Tea listed above):

    • very high in antioxidants
    • since made using entire leaf, Matcha contains a more concentrated amount of antioxidants and beneficial plant compounds than green tea