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9 Reasons to Drink Tea Daily

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The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports that thousands of studies have confirmed the following: Tea POSITIVELY affects a multitude of systems within the human body. Excellent news for your morning, afternoon or evening ritual. This delicious, anti-oxidant loaded, zero calorie beverage is, without doubt, one of the simplest, quickest and most effective ways to safe guard your health and promote overall wellness.

If drinking tea isn’t yet part of your daily routine, here are the top 9 reasons you should start:

  • Prevent Cancer
  • Improve Memory
  • Fortify Skinindex
  • Healthy Digestion
  • Mental Clarity & Alertness
  • Heart Support
  • Stronger Bones
  • Weight Management & Loss
  • Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Perhaps you’re wondering what type of tea is best.

All of them! Green, black, oolong and white teas ALL provide wonderful health benefits AND soothing flavor. As with anything related to health, nutrition and fitness, variety is key, so treat your body to a sampling of them all!

If sensitivity to caffeine has steered you away from tea, go ahead and veer back over. Nearly every kind of tea now comes in decaffeinated form, leaving you free to reap the host of health benefits listed above without suffering from caffeine related side effects. It also leaves you free to enjoy a relaxing cup of tea in the evening, helping you unwind from the day and slip into a deep, restful night.

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Author: eat.clean.health.

Jodi Geigle is a board certified nutrition and wellness professional highly experienced in nutrition counseling, wellness program creation, effective client behavior modification, corporate wellness and large scale team leadership with an emphasis in operations, technology and start up culture. Jodi has been featured in Women's Running, Active.com and MindBodyGreen.

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