If you’re not into coffee, drinking tea as part of your diet can have multiple benefits that you may or may not be aware of. Now, in case you don’t know “tea” is a drink or beverage prepared with leaves of an evergreen shrub known as Camellia; it is believed that tea was originated in Southwest China where people gave the tea a more medicinal usage.
That’s why on this entry as I mentioned above, I’ll talk about some of the benefits that drinking tea brings to our skin, hair and more.
In case your skin feel to damage you should try some maté tea, this traditional South American drink’s properties include vitamins like B and C, zinc and also tons of antioxidants that will help you repair the damage in your skin and can do wonders in case you are suffering from fatigue.
An Ally Against Acne Problems
Even though this is not 100% percent proven by any sort of studies, people have said that adding rooibos or red tea into their diet has helped them with their levels of inflammation caused by the acne. The reason for this is because of the anti-inflammatory properties (nothofagin and aspalathin) that this tea contains.
Adding green tea to your diet can help you slow down the aging process thanks to huge quantity of antioxidants that can be found in this tea; your collagen production will boost making your skin look younger.
No More Hair Loss
Studies have found that green tea can prevent hair loss due to the inhibiting properties of 5 alpha reductase that is contained in the phenol and antioxidant catechins that can be found in our green tea. Also, the catechins stimulate hair growth by reaching the hair follicles through the blood circulation. And lastly this antioxidant contains both anti-carcinogenic and anti-biotic properties.
Until next time,
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