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I’ve been researching tea for almost 30 years, but it’s only now that I realise how much the concept of tea has changed over time.
When I was a child, I used to think it was just a matter of drinking a cup of black tea and that it would get you through the holidays.
I was wrong.
The idea of tea is changing as we move from a time when you drank it to one where you can take a cup and be productive.
You might think that’s because the science is still evolving, but a large body of evidence shows that the health benefits of tea are not only for people who are already healthy, but for those with all the other health problems associated with a lack of exercise.
You are also likely to have an improved understanding of the health effects of tea, as it’s not just a fancy word for ‘green tea’ or ‘green juice’.
What tea does for your bodyTea contains antioxidants, fibre, vitamins and minerals.
It also has a lot of health benefits.
There are many different types of tea and you can get a range of different types.
Some are high in antioxidants, while others have more than the average.
The antioxidants that tea contains help to improve your health, including those that help protect against a variety of cancers.
The vitamin B12 is also found in tea.
The fibre in tea is also important.
Tea contains high levels of fibre and can be a good source of calcium and potassium.
It’s also a good way to reduce the amount of red meat you eat.
Tea has also been shown to help improve heart health.
Some studies have suggested that drinking tea may help lower cholesterol and lower blood pressure, while some research has found that drinking a tea with fruit or with chocolate may lower your risk of dementia.
Read full articleHow to enjoy a cup with friendsTea is not something you have to spend all day drinking.
If you like to enjoy tea with friends or colleagues, the best way to do that is to use an automatic drip cup.
If that doesn’t work for you, you can buy a drip tea maker that will automatically add a few drops of tea into the cup when you take a sip.
There is also an option to use a tea kettle to make your tea.
You can even make your own tea at home.
It is important to be aware that if you do not have a drip coffee maker, the tea you drink will not have the same flavour as the tea that is available in a cup, or the tea will be different depending on the type of tea you are drinking.