Fitness and Appearance
Tea can not only help you feel good but look good too.
Tea helps protect your smile
While the stereotype of the tea-drinking Brits with horrible teeth may make you think otherwise, tea actually contains fluoride and tannins, both of which help reduce plaque buildup and tooth decay. Combined with a good dental hygiene regimen, this could keep your teeth healthier for longer.
Tea is calorie-free
Tea itself has no calories unless you choose to add sweeteners or milk, making it a satisfying, low-cal way to wake up and maybe even shed a few pounds.
Tea increases your metabolism
Is a slow metabolic rate keeping you from losing the weight you want? Some studies suggest that green tea may be able to boost your metabolic rate slightly, allowing you to burn an additional 70-80 calories a day. While this may not seem like much, over time it could add up.
Tea helps keep your skin acne-free
The antioxidants in green tea may have an effect on acne, and in some cases have been shown to work as well as a 4% solution of the much more harsh benzoyl peroxide.
Tea can help bad breath
A study at the University of Chicago has suggested that the polyphenols in tea can help to keep the bacteria that causes bad breath in check.