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According to many studies and health experts around the world, tea is one of the most consumed drinks out there that really helps to boost longevity and reduces your risk of serious health conditions.

“Green tea is typically lower in caffeine and higher in antioxidants,” says dietitian Anna Taylor, MS, RD, LD.

“Antioxidants protect cells from free radical damage, helping your body continue to function normally. This includes fortifying the organs and immune system that are in charge of detoxification.”

Green tea is known to be high in nutrients and antioxidants and has the ability to reduce inflammation. Studies performed on animals also found that it can help reduce the incidence and severity of rheumatoid arthritis.

Tea lovers rejoice as these are the three best teas to help boost your longevity and can help to prevent the risks of cancers, heart attacks and strokes

Rooibos tea

Rooibos tea from the Western Cape province of South Africa is not only delicious but also offers lots of health benefits including supporting a healthy heart, preventing cancer, managing and preventing diabetes, supporting healthy digestion, fighting inflammation, promoting stronger bones, supporting weight loss, slowing down the ageing process, treating blood pressure, supporting healthy skin, fighting dandruff and supporting kidney health.

Antioxidants found in rooibos tea can help protect against the free radical damage that leads to conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and potentially cancer.

Rooibos tea can help produce antibodies that make the immune system stronger.

Chamomile tea

A study carried out by the University of Texas Medical Branch, examined 1,677 Mexican American men and women all aged over 60 and analyzed how chamomile tea consumption aided in longevity.

The research found that the tea helped to decrease mortality risk by nearly a third compared to those who did not drink the tea.

According to the study’s authors, previous research suggests that black and green tea is linked to reduced heart problems, a lower risk of developing cancer and lower rates of mortality.

Green tea

Green tea leaves contain powerful antioxidants called polyphenols that help to prevent cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, and other chronic problems.

Researchers found that of more than 100,000 Chinese adults they tracked, those who drank green tea at least three times a week were less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke over the next seven years.

One of the main benefits of green tea, which may contribute to how it prolongs life, is that its properties can reduce a person’s risk of cardiovascular diseases.

The Division of Health Sciences in Warwick Medical School concluded that research evidence suggests green tea has favourable effects on the risk associated with cardiovascular diseases.

Green tea was found to produce statistically significant reductions in total cholesterol, LDL (bad) cholesterol and blood pressure.

“To reap the benefits, aim for two servings a day, either hot or cold,” recommends registered dietitian Andrea Dunn, RD, LD, CDE.

“Be sure to use tea bags and not the powdered tea mixes, which are more processed. If you drink the decaffeinated variety, make sure the process is all natural.”

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