Drink Tea Live Longer Study Says

Tea* drinkers might live longer, the study says. Well, that sounds like music to a tea seller’s ears! And it’s no accident that we sell tea that we truly believe is good for you.

So what’s going on with tea and longevity? Tea drinking can have positive impacts on cardiovascular diseases. Flavonoids in tea help with inflammation and in turn help with blood flow. Tea drinkers consume approximately 20 times more flavonoids than non tea drinkers. The writer of the article consulted the doctor, who also pointed out that it might not just be the tea, but also that tea drinkers lead healthy lives. Either way, consuming an abundance of tea sets you up for a healthier, longer life!

We’re not the only ones who think tea might extend your life. Ray Kurzweil, futurist, inventor, and director of engineering at Google drinks tea daily and says humans and computers will become inseparable in 2030. Take a guess at what type of tea he drinks ; ) Read more…..

*Tea here means true tea from the camellia sinensis plant – black, oolong, green, white, puerh and yellow tea.

For the full-length article on tea and longevity, follow the link below.

Do Tea Drinkers Live Longer The New York Times

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