Drinking tea has been around for thousands of years, but the benefits of tea have only been gaining ground for more than a century.
A new study published in the British Journal of Medical Science suggests that it’s not just about avoiding caffeine or taking vitamins or minerals.
Instead, the study suggests, it’s about getting the most out of the tea you have.
The study is based on data from more than 10,000 people who consumed a daily intake of tea in Taiwan, China, Japan and South Korea.
It was designed to look at whether the benefits could be transferred to people living in the United States and the European Union.
“The tea we drink has an effect on our metabolism and body chemistry,” said lead author Dr. William Shih, an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington in Seattle.
“It’s an antioxidant that we need to maintain, so it’s important to get as much of that out as we can.”
It’s important not to take too much, the researchers found.
The tea in question was a tea from China.
This tea has a higher concentration of antioxidants than green tea, which is used in tea bags.
Tea is a relatively low-calorie drink that can have a lot of health benefits.
Dr. Shih said he was curious about how the benefits might transfer to people who weren’t consuming tea in the traditional way.
“I wanted to find out whether people who drink tea in a traditional way might benefit from a high-caloric tea, like a cup of black tea,” he said.
“So I did a bunch of studies in the U.S. and Europe to see if people who were drinking tea in traditional ways might be able to consume tea that has higher antioxidant activity.”
The researchers also found that the benefits weren’t just about caffeine and vitamins and minerals.
The researchers found that tea was an important component of a diet.
In addition to being good for the body, the benefits also came from a balanced diet, with plenty of healthy fats and vegetables, and a balanced protein and fiber intake.
This includes a moderate amount of protein and vegetables.
The research was published online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The findings are particularly useful for people who are lactose intolerant or have digestive problems.
Tea, and in particular the tea leaves, can be an important part of a balanced, whole-food diet.
Dr Shih has a history of helping patients with lactose intolerance.
“There’s a lot we can learn from this study, including not drinking too much tea,” said Dr. Richard Rieke, a nutritionist and nutrition expert at the National Institutes of Health.
“When people drink too much or have high levels of sugar in their diet, they’re more likely to develop symptoms of lactose-intolerance.
It’s also related to insulin resistance, which means their bodies can’t use the glucose they get from the diet.
So they’ll also lose energy, and that can lead to diabetes.
So tea can be a very important part, particularly if you have lactose tolerance.”
This is a different way of looking at tea as an antioxidant, which may not be the same thing, said Dr Rieker.
Tea does have antioxidants.
But tea is an antioxidant and it can’t be metabolised into any other substances.
“The best way to consume this tea is to make it in a low-energy way,” Dr Rierke said.
If you want to drink a high amount of tea and have a balanced food, you’ll have to be careful about which tea you choose, Dr Riemer said.
It can be difficult to get the most benefits from tea if you are lacto-fermented.
“I know of no scientific evidence to suggest that tea is safe for people with lacto, but it does have the potential to be beneficial,” he added.
Tea also has a variety of health claims, but Dr Riemer said the best way for people to know what benefits tea has to offer is to ask questions.
“In the study, we were trying to get a baseline level of people who didn’t drink tea or don’t drink it in the tea bag to see how they reacted to it,” he explained.
“We asked, ‘What do you think about tea?’ and they gave the same answer as the people who did drink tea.”