A wealth of scientific research suggests black tea has many health and well-being benefits, which most of us are completely unaware of.
Tea, the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water, is thought by many to help maintain health as part of a balanced diet and a healthy, active lifestyle.
The UK drinks 100 million cups of tea a day, with about 70% of the population drinking tea regularly.
|Just two cups of tea daily can improve sleep and cut stress||16th Feb '23||Health & Wellbeing||As 1 in 4 adults struggle to get a good night's sleep, new research reveals a cuppa is the answer||View|
|TAKE 5 – How Actioning Just 5 Health Hacks Can Unlock Your Better Self||15th Nov '22||Health & Wellbeing||This report distils the science into five simple, effective lifestyle hacks that we can all do including how a cup of tea is the go-to stress buster.||View|
|Herbal teas shown to improve memory, mood and sleep quality while helping to reduce anxiety, stress||1st Nov '22||Health & Wellbeing||Certain herbal teas – German Chamomile, Rosehip and Spearmint - could help manage several key issues for women from poor quality sleep to memory loss and debilitating PMS. That’s according to emerging evidence just published by the Tea Advisory Panel||View|
|Drinking Tea Could Help Alleviate Mental Health Woes and Be Great News For Brits Heart Health||1st Mar '22||Heart Health||New research study explores the positive impact of tea on minds and hearts||View|
|Tea for Sport and Fitness: A Scoping Review||1st Sep '21||Hydration||New research review shines a light on the fascinating health and fitness benefits of tea, particularly the part it plays in sports performance and fitness. More research is needed.||View|
|Drink Three Cups of Tea Daily for Maximum Wellness Benefits, says new study||22nd Jul '21||Health & Wellbeing||New research review reveals tea wellness benefits across the age divide. More research is needed.||View|
|THE SECRET INGREDIENT IN OUR BRITISH CUP: New research reports the health benefits of THEARUBIGINS||28th Jun '21||Health & Wellbeing||Little-known polyphenols found only in black tea - thearubigins - may have powerful health benefits according to research published by the Journal of Nutrition & Food Technology. More research is needed.||View|
|Love Your Brain Health With A Cuppa||12th Mar '21||Health & Wellbeing||Studies reveal how tea could give your brain and mind wellness a gentle lift. More research is needed||View|
|Drink Tea for Better Gut Health||30th Nov '20||Health & Wellbeing||Studies Prove That Putting The Kettle On May Be One Of The Healthiest Things You Can Do, Today!||View|
|Wellness Reasons Why We Should Love Hibiscus Infusions||12th Nov '20||Heart Health||Give your ticker some love. More research is needed.||View|
|Rooibos Tea – Benefits Revealed In New Research Review. More research is needed||12th Nov '20||Health & Wellbeing||A ground-breaking research analysis – covering two decades of research and commissioned by the Tea Advisory Panel (www.teaadvisorypanel.com) – has brought together studies on the benefits of rooibos (red bush) tea for the first time.||View|
|Top up your health and sleep wellness with a cup of herbal tea||20th Mar '20||Health & Wellbeing||Herbal infusions and health: A review of findings from human studies, mechanisms and future research directions||View|
|Tea Compounds and the Gut Microbiome||19th Feb '20||Health & Wellbeing||Findings from Trials and Mechanistic Studies by Dr Tim Bond & Dr Emma Derbyshire. Why your friendly bacteria really love a cuppa! New research review reveals tea drinking maybe good for our gut health. More research is needed.||View|
|TEA AND SOPHROLOGY – How drinking tea taps into our inner body and mind||27th Aug '19||Health & Wellbeing||FOR JOURNALISTS ONLY||View|
|Effects of Tea Consumption on Measures of Cardiovascular Disease||24th May '19||Heart Health||Systematic Review of Meta-Analysis Studies and Randomised Controlled Trials||View|
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