No Junk, Know Health!May 18, 2020
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Tea and coffee have both long been praised for their physical, mental, emotional and social benefits. While both drinks have their advantages, both tea enthusiasts and coffee lovers will defend their drink of choice to the end. With the fierce competition between the two drinks, it may be difficult to understand if it’s a fact or hype. The following comparisons examine the potential benefits of the world’s two most popular hot drinks, allowing you to decide for yourself how they stack up.
There is an ongoing debate on caffeine benefits. Researchers disagree on whether caffeine serves as a health risk or benefit.
When consumed in excess, caffeine can lead to reduced concentration and even panic attacks. Both coffee and several types of tea include caffeine, but coffee contains a much higher concentration. For this reason, those apt to drink large quantities are better off sticking to tea so that they don’t exceed the daily recommendation of 300 milligrams
Tea wins in the war of the antioxidants although coffee has its advantages. While green tea is most commonly associated with antioxidants, white tea contains more. Coffee also contains antioxidants, but in a much lower concentration than white tea. Based on caffeine levels, tea might be better if you like drinking your beverages in large quantities. Otherwise, when consumed in moderation, both beverages make an excellent addition to an overall balanced diet
Tea and coffee are considered important drinks for socialising. Tea or coffee sessions are the drinks continue to be a mainstay of discussion groups, although they now tend to be split by function. For millennial, friends and family members have used the two drinks as a reason to gather and discuss everything from diplomatic measures to the latest gossip. Today,
Tea is more often considered the drink of relaxation, which is why friends often use it to unwind after a long day. Coffee, on the other hand, has come to be associated with the work world. Co-workers frequently gather around the coffee pot to take a break from their duties and charge up for the rest of the day.
1.Tea hydrates the body and replenishes your fluid intake. Sipping some tea is beneficial as it will replace any fluids lost through sweating. Tea keeps your skin hydrated.
2.Tea has been shown in studies to help reduce the chances of developing certain kinds of cancers and tumours. As to why, the scientific evidence remains a bit unsure, but the fact that tea has been linked to improving your health since legendary Chinese emperor Shennong wrote about it almost five thousand years in an almanac surely means something.
3. Tea will keep you going for longer. Tea has the same amount of caffeine as coffee, and while both are stimulants, coffee has a much bigger depressing effect (not making you sad but reducing your energy levels) than tea, meaning that while both tea and coffee will give you a bigger rush of caffeine, with coffee, the high will also last shorter and drop quicker
1.Those who drink about three to five cups of coffee a day may be less likely to die prematurely from some diseases than those who drink less, or no coffee as stated by Harvard study. A rich source of antioxidants, regular coffee consumption has also been linked to protection against type 2 diabetes, and certain cancers.
2. Studies shows, coffee reduces risk of Parkinson’s disease and helps burn fat.
3. Coffee is more acidic than tea, so if you have stomach or digestive issues you may tolerate tea better.
Coffee has long had a reputation for bone issues, but it remains unclear how significant the effects are.
4. Caffeine is a stimulant, coffee may leave you feeling overly stimulated, jittery, and anxious and at the same time Coffee helps you focus and stay alert during. High blood pressure individuals should limit your caffeine intake because caffeine can cause a short, but dramatic spike in blood pressure. 4. Coffee with a little plant-based milk, a minimal amount or no added sugar, and a sprinkling of an antioxidant-rich spice like cinnamon can be refreshing with less damage.