Tea Wellness Guide
The benefits of tea are vast and remarkable. This downloadable Tea Wellness Lifestyle Guide is based on the book titled Cancer Hates Tea, by Maria Uspenski, the founder of The Tea Spot. This guide was created by The Tea Spot to inform people of the myriad benefits of tea and help people make healthy choices.
Source: World Tea News, by Elizabeth Dobos
As the popularity of tea grows, it is being consumed in various formats, such as bagged, loose-leaf and cold brew to name a few. Western consumers are also becoming more familiar with Eastern favorites like green tea and matcha, which are increasingly prominent in the United States marketplace.
Each tea has its own unique properties and this guide helps people to distinguish the characteristics of teas. For example, epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is a strong antioxidant present in green tea. Whereas, black tea has more theaflavins and thearubigins.
The guide also delves into the research that has been done regarding tea’s anti-cancer properties. According to the guide, “Tea is the most studied anti-cancer plant, with more than 5,000 medical studies published on its health benefits and over 1,000 of those focusing specifically on cancer.”
It has healthy recipes incorporating matcha, as well as meditation tea blends that call for white, green or black tea leaves.
The guide serves as a good introduction to the book for people who want a brief overview of the benefits of tea before diving further into the research findings.
Download the guide here: http://theteaspot.com/ebook
Article by, Elizabeth Dobos