Teas to Fight Disease

Tea has been regarded for thousands of years in the East as the key to happiness and wisdom. Now, the West is in awe of the health benefits tea has to offer. See what sipping on a cup of tea could mean for your health and explore the range of flavors available.

Teas to Fight Disease

You may think that if you’ve tried one tea, you’ve tried them all, but that’s not the case. Within every type of tea is a range of rich flavors and powerful preventative health benefits. See how each of the following delicious teas can help prevent disease.

Black Tea to Prevent Diabetes

Studies show the polysaccharides in black tea have glucose-inhibiting properties – meaning that black tea can help to prevent diabetes. It also has more caffeine than other teas. Black tea has different types of flavors, from sweet to strong.


White Tea to Prevent Colon Cancer

White tea is less processed than other forms of tea, therefore the polyphenols, a type of antioxidant, are extra potent. Research indicates that these benefits may protect against colon cancer, among other cancers. White tea’s flavor ranges from delicate to bold.

Green Tea to Prevent Alzheimer’s

Green tea creates chemicals during digestion that work against the key triggers of Alzheimer’s. Studies show that drinking green tea may potentially prevent the onset or slow the progression of dementia. See the different flavors of green tea below:

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