A new research report by the Tea Advisory Panel - Let’s drink to great gut health: why a cup of tea could help to keep your gut microbiota happy (2020) - reveals that four to five cups of tea per day could boost ‘friendly’ gut bacteria, helping to reduce health risks.
According to latest research data detailed by TAP a range of different teas including black tea, green tea, oolong and pu-erh, can contribute to a positive shift in our gut microbiota; the name given to the millions of micro-organisms that live within our gut.
Our guts haven’t been dubbed the ‘second brain’ for any old reason…But why is tea so useful in boosting gut health? Want to hear more about this story? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the report which is for journalists only
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