TeaLife Discusses Benefits of Drinking Healthy Tea

Regina, Saskatchewan (June 10, 2013) – TeaLife is sharing the benefits of drinking healthy tea with their customers in an effort to promote the habit, as well as educate people who are interested in their products. One of the many benefits of this humble brew is that it can help drinkers look younger, because of the high amount of antioxidants it contains.

Catechins, which is a type of antioxidant, help the body fight off free radicals, and encourage cellular division and replacement. This then slows a person’s aging process.

Besides the superficial benefits, many published studies have shown that tea can help prevent certain types of cancer, especially if a person drinks it while making healthy lifestyle choices such as exercising and eating right. In addition, tea can also help strengthen the cardiovascular system, as well as reduce the chance of heart attack and other degenerative heart diseases.

Moreover, certain tea variants can promote mental clarity. The polyphenols stimulate the parts of the brain that deal with memory and learning, helping people process and retain information better. For people who are sensitive to caffeine, the herbal teas are caffeine-free and also offer some health benefits.

TeaLife provides White, Green, Oolong, Black, Rooibos, Herbal/Fruit, Wellness, and Blooming variants to tea lovers in Canada and the United States. Except for the herbal variety, their teas come from the finest whole leaves and buds of the Camellia Sinensis plant. Their products are sourced from manufacturers that adhere to ethical and sustainable practices.

The company also offers custom blending for businesses and individuals who want their own signature flavor. For more information, visit www.TeaLife.ca today.

About TeaLife

A trusted purveyor of loose leaf tea in Canada, TeaLife was founded by a tea aficionado who is passionate about making the healthy drink accessible to people. They also offer Tea Party, Custom Blending, as well as Wedding Favors services.

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