Tea Drinking, A Worthy Naturally Healthy Habit

There are many naturally healthy habit out there that can change our lives from sicknesses to healthiness.

But not every naturally healthy habit is the same or is a fit all package. No matter how healthy an habit, some are not just cut out for us.

But tea drinking can almost fit into that category of a healthy lifestyle that is suitable for almost everyone.

After all its just water and some added ingredients that have no mass to it but it is very nutritious and healthy at the same time.

Tea drinking in my opinion should be a universal tradition. It is one of the most simplest methods of taking in what our bodies need with almost no effort.

When you look at Asian societies, one would discover that tea drinking is an essential part of their lifestyle.

It is for them a way of life. A naturally healthy habit that promises to fix their earthly vessel with every cup consumed.

In places like China, tea drinking is used as an application of Chinese traditional medicines.

For them it is a way of life, culture. The concept of tea culture is referred to in Chinese as chayi (“the art of drinking tea”), or cha wenhua (“tea culture”). As art form, it elevates it from a place of ordinariness to an height as special as self love.

Tea drinking for them is not about sweetening our taste buds but about uplifting both our mental and physical wellbeing.

They drink more of green tea that is much less processed than our standard black tea that is sadly often made worse by the addition of sugar and milk.

These green tea consumed, contain fewer caffeine and helps in preventing tooth decay, aiding in digestion as well as mental alertness.

And also, tea drinking for them is an all day affair, not just a matter of one or two cups.

There are other beneficial tea bags and leaves that are also added to their tea cups.

Herbs for different health purposes that with every single cup consumed brings one’s health profile to a better measure.

I believe the best kinds of tea are those that are naturally healthy. Taken without milk or sugar.

Examples would be Green Tea, Mint, Chamomile, Sage etc.

In summary Tea drinking as a naturally healthy habit would benefit you with the following.

  • Weight Loss
  • Boosted Immune System
  • Good Source of Antioxidants
  • Detoxification

No matter what naturally healthy habit you might be practicing at the moment, tea drinking as an addition would do your health a great good.

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Felix Brambaifa is a writer and blogger from Nigeria. The founder of Naturally Healthy People and other niche blogs.

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