SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Just as the summer wanes and first signs of fall appear with kids heading
As timeless and dependable as the first day of school, PG tips black and green teas are the educated beverage of choice for wellness focused individuals who seek to get as much goodness out of their tea as possible. A recent study presented by WellGen, Inc. suggests, if you're looking for high doses of healthful antioxidants, then fresh brewed tea (either hot or poured over iced) may be a healthier choice than bottled tea beverages. "There is a huge gap between perception that tea consumption is healthy and the actual amount of the healthful nutrients – polyphenols – found in bottled tea beverages. Our analysis of tea beverages found that the polypehenol content is extremely low," said study researcher Shiming Li.
Antioxidants, polyphenols, protect cells against damage from unstable free radical molecules. It is thought that antioxidants may play a role in preventing various diseases, including certain types of cancer, cardiovascular disease and Alzheimer's, while supporting a strong healthy immune system.
Naturally pure and packed with fresh, crisp flavor, PG tips black and green teas are virtually fat-free and calorie-free, with half the caffeine of a typical cup of freshly brewed coffee and enjoying a cup of PG tips black tea is as easy as A-B-C. Simply pour hot water over the PG tips pyramid teabag and let set for only one minute. The flavors and the water will infuse instantly. The unique design of the PG tips teabag allows maximum water flow to infuse the tea. For a hint of sweet, add milk, honey, or lemon to taste. Now that's an Improvement!
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