Added on : 2020-01-16 19:58:37
Everything from chilly winter mornings to late-night work shifts, Tea proves to be the best friend in every situation. But Tea lovers do feel guilty about sipping one cup after the other and overdoing it many times. But here’s some good news. The study was published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. The author of the study said, “Habitual tea consumption is associated with lower risks of cardiovascular disease and all-cause death. The favourable health effects are the most robust for green tea and for long-term habitual tea drinkers.”
The study included 100,902 participants. All of the participants had a history of heart attack, stroke or cancer. These people were divided into two groups – habitual tea drinkers and non-habitual and never tea drinkers. The duration of the study was 7.3 years.
According to the study, habitual tea drinkers who had tea regularly had 56 percent lower risk of fatal heart disease and stroke, 39 percent lower risk of incident heart disease and stroke and 29 per cent decreased risk of all-cause death compared to non-habitual and consistent never tea drinkers.