Organic Camelia Sinensis, English Breakfast loos leaf tea.
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More than 80 years old, English breakfast tea or English tea is a blend of Assam black tea and Ceylon tea and Kenyan tea. It is one of the most famously consumed tea on the English breakfast table, partly why its called by its unique name.
This tea has a rich and tangy flavor, somewhat similar to malt, and is accompanied by either milk or lemon. It has a very soothing aroma with slight notes of raisins. English breakfast tea takes a deep red colour when infused.
Essentially calorie-free, English breakfast tea is a of nutrients as it contains potassium, magnesium . It also has a rich supply of B vitamins, including folate, as well as minerals such as fluoride that promotes dental health. English breakfast tea boasts of various including such as theaflavins and thearubigins.
Rich in flavonoids, thearubigins, and theaflavins, black tea is an amazing antioxidant tea. It helps in fighting free radical damage in the body and promotes overall health. The antioxidants present in this tea also help slow the signs of ageing.
Recent studies suggest that black tea helps in reducing the cortisol levels in your body that is the major stress hormone. English breakfast tea, being a black tea blend, eliminates stress.
Regular consumption of this black tea blend has shown to lower the LDL (bad) levels in the body, thereby reducing the risk of athersclerosis. It also aids in increasing the HDL (good) cholesterol levels in the body, thanks to its high antioxidant content.
By promoting the growth of good bacteria in the gut, English breakfast tea helps improve digestion. Not just that, this tea also gives a push to our energy metabolism in the liver, thereby promoting weight loss.
Drinking English breakfast tea regularly has shown to open blocked arteries, therby reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke. Black tea also lowers blood glucose levels, low-density , and levels in the body. Thus, helping promote overall heart health.