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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Your Cup Of Tea Part 2

Green and white teas are less processed and therefore have the highest amount of polyphenols and antioxidants. You may like herbal teas, but be aware that those are derived from different plants and because of that, their antioxidant levels can vary compared to green tea.

The best way to make a good, healthy cup of tea is to let the tea bag sit in boiled water for about 5 minutes. Iced or decaffeinated tea is just as good and you can add lemon or honey to your heart's content; it will not diminish any of the beneficial properties which tea has got to offer.

To reap the ultimate benefits, you would have to drink 7 to 8 cups throughout the day to keep the polyphenol levels at their peak, but 2 to 4 cups already provide you with many of the healing and preventative abilities tea contains.

An even better cup of tea can be achieved by buying loose-leaf tea, because it is fresher and from experience I can tell you that it is much more flavorful and hence more tastier. I recommend giving it a try using a tea-strainer, a tea-infuser, or by simple pouring some loose tea in a coffee filter which you can dunk and let it sit in boiled water.

It may take a few minutes and a little effort to brew a healthy pot of tea. Good work needs time, but that is nothing compared to all the goodness which will come pouring out.

It may not be an easy task to live according to God's word and it will take time and effort, but that too is nothing compared to the reward and all the blessings God will pour out on us!

Psalm 69:32
The humble shall see this and be glad; And you who seek God, your hearts shall live.


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