Different Tea for Different People

clip image002 thumb Different Tea for Different PeopleWhich kind of tea is best for people? There is no simple answer, since different teas contain different nutritional ingredients that may be suitable for some people, but not for others.

For example, people who feeling weak when they drink tea can add some sugar and milk for an extra energy boost. For young people at a vigorous stage of their life, it is better to drink green tea. Women who are in menstruating or menopausal and feel irritable might find scented teas a good choice. Overweight people can turn to Tuo Tea.

clip image004 thumb Different Tea for Different PeopleTips to Drink Chinese Tea

China is the birthplace of tea. Nowadays, an increasing number of foreigners are interested in tea and the tea culture. Drinking tea is good for our health, as many medical studies have proven. Here are some tips for tea lovers.

1 Green Tea is the best choice for office workers

People who work in places with air conditioning may face skin problems such as easily dry skin and the growth of small wrinkles. Therefore, the moisture content of their bodies needs to be supplemented. There are primary polyphenols in green tea, and they are often collectively referred to as catechins.

2 Winter is the season to drink Black Tea

Chinese traditional medicine practitioners believe that different people should drink different tea according to the different characteristics and tastes of each kind of tea. Black tea can warm the stomach, refresh the mind and accelerate digestion. Therefore, drinking warm black tea in the cold winter is a most suitable choice.

clip image006 thumb Different Tea for Different People3 Do not drink thick tea

Strong tea may make the human body excessively excitable and can affect the cardiovascular and nervous system. For a person who has cardiovascular disease, to drink overly strong tea might induce heart and blood pressure problems.

4 Do not drink too much tea when eating

Drinking too much tea or strong thick tea can affect the absorption of many important elements like calcium, iron and zinc. Also, people should not drink tea with milk or other milk products because the caffeine and tannin (a kind of complex organic compound) in the tea might reduce the nutritional value of milk products.

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